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Quiet community micropub in the city centre of Durham, very close to the train and bus stations. Serving excellent real ale and cider in an atmosphere promoting conversation. Welcoming owners who are passionate and knowledgeable about their products.
Quirky micropub that is definitely unique. There's no bar, but you order at a ticket-office-type window, with the cider and beer labels displayed either side. Without a bar to lean on, I perched by one of the narrow, fixed tables that run from the inner...More
My husband loves this place as a keen real ale drinker. However as a rose wine and sometimes cider drinker, it's more of a challenge for me to choose a drink. Last night we called in and the staff offered me a taste of several...More
Easy to walk past with its ordinary outside, but inside this is a real find and a pleasure to visit. Lovely staff, good range of beers, pictures for sale on the walls and when we visited, even some plants for sale (at very good prices...More
Not really a pub more like a few scattered rooms with chairs and tables and odd books around. People seem to “hang” and nobody bothers you. Best part is the beers and ciders which are unique and tasty, as opposed to the industrial scale brands...More
Yes the beer is good, yes the staff are friendly but..it’s an odd little place this.
With odd opening hours for a city centre establishment.
The building was never designed to be a pub so to my mind there’s something lacking in the atmosphere ,...More
If you love beer, or want to find out more about beer & cider, this is such a special spot. They’re range is always changing and staff are so keen to advise or recommend.
No nonsense set up, excellent quality drink and a welcoming, quiet...More
Fantastic old fashioned pub, real ale on gravity, Pennine Pale just wonderful. I love he way the barmaid pours a drop into her pint every time she serves a pint "just to make sure it's still in good condition" Close to the station, but should...More
A fairly recent addition to Durham's list of pubs, but it very quickly became my favourite. Sited on the corner of Station Approach and North Road, it's very handy for the railway station. Constantly-changing selection of real ales and ciders, served directly from the cask....More