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The Plough Boy, Lincoln

60 Burton Road
Lincoln
LN1 3LB

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custodian 42 left this review about The Plough Boy

Dartboard to rear of the front door. Bar to the left side. One reversed hand pump (Thwaites), the rest keg.

On 17th July 2018 - rating: 4
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Peter Rydings left this review about The Plough Boy

Give this place 10 out of 10 ok it may be a bit rough and ready what you see is what you get nice people nice landlord doing the best with what hes got.
GOOD COMMUNITY FEEL TO HIT WILL CALL BACK

On 3rd September 2013 - rating: 10
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Ian Wright left this review about The Ploughboy

Soup Dragon summed the pub up nicely, it's the people who make it! A nice mixture of ages and everyone was friendly and willing to have a chat even though the Town was under siege due to the Christmas Market.

I had a very well kept pint of an Xmas Ale and one of their splendid beefburgers.

True, it's maybe not a pub you would visit on the way to the Opera but if you like real ale and real people then you shouldn't miss it.

On 10th December 2012 - rating: 10
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Ploughboy

An end terrace little cottage-styled pub with patio area. The pub is in white, with red paintwork and has a central entrance flanked by a couple of windows and two 4-pane sash windows on the upper storey.

The interior had a couple of rooms once, served by a single bar, but has now been opened up into an open-plan room, with the bar at the bottom of a U-shape arrangement. The decor has white and wood panel walls, with a white ceiling and a wood floor in the bar area at the front and carpet in the back, which is more lounge-ish. There are a few pictures and prints on the walls. The bar has a dart board without actually having a part board in it! the service was fine and the place was rammed with maturer people celebrating with a karaoke and DJ night, dance and sort of singing! It was a really good atmosphere and very friendly, i was even asked to dance within mintues of arriving, despite not having a tattoo.

Beer; usual tap stuff, with one real ale - Grafton Moonshire, which was decent.

A really enjoyed my stop off here, simply because the people made the place. A good community pub, with a decent real ale on.

On 26th June 2012 - no rating submitted
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