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Submitted on Monday, 20th August 2018
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The Squire Musters in Sutton-In-Ashfield

This former mobile phone shop/greengrocers, is the sister pub to Byron's Rest in Hucknall. The pub is named after the a local landowner back in the 1700's who built the local church. The interior consists of a small front lounge area and then one step up into a smaller back room where you can find a couple of barstools opposite the bar, along with a narrow pot shelf and a very small built-in seat, along with table under the stairs. The bar was oak and finished in a medium oak stain, the bar looked to be reclaimed and had a heavy and elaborate brass handrail along the counter. The flooring in the bar area was red quarry tiles, whereas the front room was timber. The walls were mainly panelled and finished in a French green colour along with the front bench seating.
We were both quite thirsty on arrival and explained to the barman and his pal that we had just walked all the way from the Pit in Newstead, which was about a mile and a half. 'Why didn't you get the bus?' was the jovial reply, to which I replied that it did pass us on the way. We did manage to catch the bus on the way back thank goodness.
Four ales on handpump, Grasshopper Knee High, Black Iris Snake Eyes, Dancing Duck Quack Amadeus and Grass Hopper Devil's Horse. We spent quite some time here, as everyone was so friendly and chatty plus the Grasshopper and Black Iris, was going down a treat.
Reviewed by Real Ale Ray

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18th Sep 2018, 16:38
Request to mark pub as closed by Al Bundy approved
18th Sep 2018, 16:34
Review submitted by Komakino . amended by Komakino .
18th Sep 2018, 16:33
Request to mark pub as closed by Komakino . approved
18th Sep 2018, 16:33
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