Stonewell Tap

8-10 Lower Church St
Lancaster, Lancashire England LA1 1NP
bar  1 review
17.00-23.00 Mon-Thu, 15.00-24.00 Fri, 12.00-24.00 Sat, 15.00-23.00 Sun.

Mayor: Rune (1) | Taps: 25 | Bottles: +60
Formerly the White Horse c1806, occupying two older buildings, one is a rare surviving 17th century.
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 6/10
  • SELECTION 12/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 15/20
Rune  (1109) Tromsø, Norway | February 16, 2019
A relatively new addition (autumn 2017) to the lively pub scene in Lancaster. Street corner location in an old stone building in the central part of town. Five cask ales, 20 modern craft beers on tap and craft beer cans and bottles in the fridge. All their draught beers are available in thirds. Many of both the cask and keg beers were from regional located breweries. A cool and modern place with a retro touch to the upper level of the pub. Friendly service. Mostly young adults in the pub at our stay. (Visited with Finn, last stop on our very successful pub crawl in Lancaster, 06.02.2019).

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