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Submitted on Friday, 14th January 2011
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The Three Tuns in Sheffield

This iconic pub has been through some sticky patches in recent years, but I caught it in vibrant mood on quiz night, bringing back memories of when I used to work just around the corner from here in the 00s. There are seven hand pumps, with a cider and five real ales on the go at the time of my visit: Wychwood Dirty Tackle, Abbeydale Moonshine, Theakstons Old Peculier, Ossett Blond and Titanic Plum Porter. My half of OP was a little tired but with no off flavours; I imagine the Wychwood would have been pretty weary too, as the Rugby Union Six Nations was long since over. However, this is nit picking, as the pub was as lively and pleasant as I remember it in the days when I used to finish work at around 5pm rather than 10. C'est la vie!
Reviewed by Will Larter

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[QUOTE=oldboots;100060]I don’t think the late Alan Winfield approached anything like that number and he was an heroic drinker, easily in the Oliver Reed class, however it’s in the paper so it must be true, mustn’t it?[/QUOTE] I think Guinness World Records is usually thorough checking claims before they endorse them, and here is certainly on its website from 2014: Most pubs visited
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