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Reviews of The Church House (Average Rating: 7 of 10) see review guidelines
Alan Winfield left this review about The Church House
The Church House is a bar that is in an old church or chapel.
Once inside there is a decent sized L shaped room with the bar on the left side,the room was part carpeted and bare boarded,there was bench seating to the rear and normal tables and chairs elswhere.
There were three real ales on the bar,i had a drink of Theakston Lightfoot which was a decent drink,the other beers were Theakston Old Peculiar and Deuchars IPA.
This was a farly nice bar to have a drink in.
Pub visited 19/4/2014
On 4th May 2014
- rating: 7
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Church House
Fair-sized church conversion with an interesting façade and various seating areas inside (some quieter than others). Pubco-type menu, but a bit more interesting than most. Friendly service, despite being busy on a Saturday evening. Four real ales on handpump: three from Caledonian - Deuchars IPA, Golden XPA and All American pale ale - plus Old Peculier. Overall, better than we were expecting.
On 24th August 2013
- rating: 7
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- Hot Food : Yes last updated 04 May 2014 by Alan Winfield
- Real Ale : Yes last updated 04 May 2014 by Alan Winfield