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Old Horns Inn, Sheffield

High Bradfield
Bradfield
Postal town: Sheffield
S6 6LG

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Will Larter left this review about Old Horns Inn

A more recent visit found the pub crammed full of diners - well, it was Sunday afternoon. The only option for drinkers at this time of year, with the beer garden not really a sensible option, is to lean on the bar. There are now seven hand pumps, still with mostly Thwaites beers on. I had the Nutty Black, which was OK but quite expensive at £3 a pint for a 3.3% mild, I thought. There were also Lancaster Bomber and Original (or what I persist in calling Bitter) plus a couple of seasonals. In addition they now have Bradfield beers available, mostly bottled versions at a pretty reasonable £2.50 for 50cl, plus the popular Christmas beer, Belgian Blue. This is still not a pub to go to for just a drink, unless it's part of a crawl, and with the 61/62 bus stop almost outside the door it makes a suitable interlude between the Nags Head and the Plough.

On 15th December 2013 - no rating submitted
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Will Larter left this review about Old Horns Inn

A Thwaites pub near the church in High Bradfield. The emphasis is very much on food, with every table set with menus and cutlery. This can be off-putting to the drinker, and we had to ask where we should sit! There's quite a view over the valley from the windows at the back. The arm chairs were narrow and not particularly comfortable; the original rooms had been knocked through and there were fake beams. My bête noir, 80s pop, was unavoidable from the loudspeakers. The main redeeming feature was the range of beers from Thwaites available on the five hand pumps: Bomber, Wainwright, Original, Bee Good and Bloomin' Ale (a wheat beer). These were all under the £3 per pint mark and in good condition, but this isn't really a pub for drinkers - at least, not at 6pm. Maybe I'll try again at a different time of day.

On 8th May 2011 - rating: 4
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