Not already a member?
Join our community and - Rate & review pubs - Upload pictures - Add events JOIN for free NOW
Image posted by Old Boots
Submitted on Wednesday, 13th March 2013
With picture contributions to 1353 other pubs
View all this pub's pictures (8 more images)
hover over arrow to see distance from pub, click on arrow to find out more about stop
Reviews of Woolpack Inn (Average Rating: 7½ of 10) see review guidelines
Real Ale Ray left this review about Woolpack Inn
This one room traditional pub is well worth a visit. The pub is well run and all the ales we tried were superb. On handpump was the full Timothy Taylor range, plus the guest Copper Dragon Sunchaser. The friendly manager also gave us a sample of the Yorkshire Blackout, which was like drinking a rich chocolate cake, quite amazing, but too sweet for me.
On 13th August 2013
- rating: 8
[User has posted 1144 recommendations about 1144 pubs]
hondo . left this review about Woolpack Inn
Part of a group that includes the swan, the slip inn and the volunteer. 8 real ale taps 5 serving Timothy Taylor's beer 2 guests and 1 off on my visit. Advertising live music. The pub has a dartboard.
On 16th May 2013
- no rating submitted
[User has posted 1275 recommendations about 1257 pubs]
Please Note: This review is over a year old.
Old Boots left this review about Woolpack Inn
a decent one room pub with the lower walls in tongue and groove while the upper part is in half timber but with red paint where you normally see white. The counter is a plain affair of tongue and groove with some brown tiles above, the whole pub is a little bit brown with only the pub's name in stained glass above the counter and the shiny fonts to enliven it. However the beer choice is sparkling, five pumps deliver the full Timothy Taylor range, there are three more pulls for guests and one for cider. Two T-bars have more interesting beers, Leodis, Bellevue kriek, Yorkshire Blackout, Leffe and Lowenbrau. A separate font has a German Hefe-Wiesebier. Furnishing is strictly traditional with tables at bench seating and short stools, there are also a few taller bar stools. The tables are mainly round and the larger ones have tiled tops, again in dull colours. There is a big screen, pipped music and a hidden dart board although I didn't notice an oche. Beer quality was all you would expect from the owners who also have the Swan, Slip and Volunteer. It was fairly quiet on Saturday lunchtime so they may align the opening hours with the Swan or maybe the word just hasn't got round yet that there's a new special pub in town.
On 11th March 2013
- no rating submitted
[User has posted 1219 recommendations about 1185 pubs]
View more reviews of Woolpack Inn (5)
No known links relating to the pub.
Pub details supplied by members of this site to the best of their knowledge. Please check with pub directly before making a special trip.
- Darts : Yes last updated 07 August 2013 by hondo .
- Dog Friendly : Yes last updated 17 April 2014 by Alan Hurdle
- Live Music : Yes last updated 07 August 2013 by hondo .
- Live TV Sports : Yes last updated 16 August 2013 by hondo .
- Real Ale : Yes last updated 16 May 2013 by hondo .
- Real Cider : Yes last updated 17 April 2014 by Alan Hurdle