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The Cock & Bottle, York

61 Skeldergate
York
YO1 6DS

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Brainy Pool left this review about The Cock & Bottle

Might not fully satisfy the beer snobs but this is a very pleasant local backstreet pub near the river, of the kind that is really valuable to our communities. I found the seating fine and this was a friendly chatty pub to spend some time on an afternoon. A couple of real ales on including the always pleasant Saltaire Blonde. Mostly bare brick decor, with live sports on TV, game machines etc - it’s just fine

On 19th April 2019 - rating: 7
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hondo . left this review about The Cock & Bottle

Tucked away on the side streets interior as described below with 2 real ale taps 1 on during my visit.

On 20th May 2017 - no rating submitted
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Alex Conway left this review about The Cock & Bottle

Defiantly not a tourist pub, hidden down the back streets just behind mitigate. the pub consists of one large brick room with lots of tables and benches.
Two real ale pumps are on the bar with Thwaites wainright and Copper dragon golden pipin on but the pipin ran out as we entered so we opted for the former at £3.20 and it was a very nice pint.

The pub is not the most comfortable with only wooden seating and hard wooden floors but i was happy having a drink here. i would return in the future as the beer was good and sold at an ok price,

On 12th March 2016 - rating: 7
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Old Boots left this review about The Cock & Bottle

A bland single room corner pub, part brick part modern timber construction. The interior is largely modern exposed brick but there is a stone fireplace fitted with a wood burner but with a reconstructed medieval timber affair round it. not an original part of the building but a nice point. Four hand pulls but only lacklustre Roosters Yankee on one of them plus a T Bar of normal keg stuff. Lots of screens and machines. A happy hour is advertised between 12 and 2pm but I can't imagine it would be that happy.

On 21st June 2014 - no rating submitted
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Alan Winfield left this review about The Cock & Bottle

This pub looks slightly strange with the lower half brick built and the upper half made from wood.
I first went in this pub in 1981 but i dont think this pub is very old it was a John Smiths house and it now has three pumps on the bar i had a drink of John Smiths cask which was ok there was also Black Sheep bitter and Deuchars IPA.
The pub is fairly smart and comfortable inside.

On 26th August 2010 - rating: 7
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James Joines left this review about The Cock & Bottle

Real Ale available from Black Sheep Ale and Deuchars IPA.

On 26th April 2009 - no rating submitted
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