Lovely micropub right in the middle of town. We got in on our second attempt; like most micropubs the popularity exceeds the capacity. Great beer, very riendly staff and no music or machines to drown out conversation. About the only problem was having to stand at the bar.
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Not significantly chnaged since last time, but as the last visit was a long time ago and I don’t come here often, I’ll update: Boondoggle and Pedigree on draught, both very good. Thankfully Micky fabricant wasn’t here this time either.
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On a stag evening, we’d hoped to get into The Whippet Inn, but it was rammed, so we went in here. Quite pleasant inside, landlord friendly, but nothing leapt out, and the beer was Greene King. No drain smell or pushchairs this time though 🙂
What a lovely pub. Traditional, great beer choice, great staff, great outside space, and a friendly pubcat.
Part of our taphouse tour, so full details here.
part of our taphouse tour- Green Duck‘s taphouse: full details here, but a great brewery bar. Great beer, great snacks, lovely staff.
Part of our Taphouse Tour, and a very fine pub indeed. A great building, great beer, great staff, and great food.
Completely unexceptional pub near to the bus/train station. Friendly enough, but no ale.
I loved this place, on the curiously-named Land of Green Ginger in Hull. One room inside, wood panelling. Great choice of beer (Citra from Osset and Fruit Cocktail from Fernandes stood out for me) , and the smallest window in England. Pleasant staff, music at sensible volume too.
In Hull’s old town, this old pub is best known for the human skull on display behind one bar. That’s an interesting talking point, but even without it the pub is worth a visit, dating from 1550 (though much rebuilt). Inside is dark and traditional, but pleasant, and the beer was good, as were the staff. Nice outside space too, with a courtyard.