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The Industry, Stonegravels, Chesterfield

Queen Street
Chesterfield
S40 4SF

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Alan Winfield left this review about The Industry Inn

The Industry is a decent looking stand alone pub that is situated just off the newbold road,just to the north west of the town centre if you dont have the faintest idea where Stonegravels is.
Once inside there is a smart oblong shaped lounge to the right,this room was carpeted and had comfy bench seating,there was a TV to the right showing vintage TV which looked like a very strange programme,there is a smaller seperate room to the rear left which is square shaped,this room is set aside for diners and had tables laid out.
There were three pumps on the bar,two had no clips on and the third had its clip turned round,i asked for a drink of real ale,but was told it was not ready yet,i had a drink of keg Stones biter which was ok but nothing special.
The pub was fairly busy with locals.
This is a decent enough pub just a shame about the lack of any real ales.

Pub visited 29/3/2014

On 29th March 2014 - rating: 6
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Will Larter left this review about The Industry Inn

A few years back this was a bit of a destination pub: Good Beer Guide listed and the landlord was a real ale enthusiast, but he moved on and the Chesterfield Arms next door went strong on real ales, so that now it's more like an estate pub. Still a classy building, and quite pleasant inside, but the choice of real ales is now limited to two, and the hand pumps are hugely outnumbered by the massed gleaming ranks of the lager and smooth fonts. Not just John Smiths extra smooth but John Smiths extra cold too.

In fact, on my recent visit the Hobgoblin pump clip was turned around, leaving me with Hobson's Choice: the one remaining real ale. Fortunately the Timothy Taylor Golden Best was in good condition, and reasonably priced at £2.40, but it's hard to recommend this pub to real ale drinkers when there's a permanent beer exhibition just 20 metres away.

On 15th June 2012 - rating: 5
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