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The Greyhound Inn, Stafford

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Butterhill Bank
Postal town: Stafford
ST18 0DR
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Beer Monkey left this review about Greyhound Inn

Visited the Greyhound Inn on the evening of 17 August 2016 for a family meal. Having visited this venue on numerous previous occasions, I knew what to expect in terms of the quality of the food and beer. Our table for 6 was located adjacent to the bar on the main restaurant floorspace. While the menu is a bit 'old school', the food is always piping hot and well presented, offering good value for money. Indeed my mixed grill was very good. On the beer front, Carlsberg and Guiness on tap, and a decent selection of 3 ales on handpull (Jennings Cocker Hoop, Thwaites Lancaster Bomber and The Coach House Brewing Co Cheshire Silver). I had a pint of each which were all in excellent condition and around £3.20 to £3.40 a pint. From previous experience, they tend to offer the Thwaites Lancaster Bomber or Wainwright and change the other handpulls.

On 21st August 2016 - rating: 9
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Soup Dragon left this review about Greyhound Inn

A large multi-building pub and restaurant in white render. It has a beer garden and small caravan parking area.

The interior is a rough U-shape. It has several different areas and when accessing the place via the main entrance from the car park the first area encountered is a small pool table area. Past this, there is a small bar area on a couple of levels, with the serving bar facing you. Walk around the serving bar and there is a large restaurant area, on a couple of levels, behind. The decor is all white, with beams in the slightly older bar part and a brick fireplace in the dining area, along with fairy lights and landscape and mountain pictures. I didn’t eat so I can’t comment on that, but meals were around the £10 mark. The service was very friendly and the clientele small, but mixed. There was no TV that I saw and the music was general and at a decent level.

Beer; tap stuff, with GK IPA, Spekky Hen and a decent White Horse Scourer’s Brew on handpull.

A decent mix of old and new, it seems to be a place that has grown organically over the years. I found it friendly and would happily pop back.

On 24th August 2010 - no rating submitted
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E TA left this review about Greyhound Inn

The Greyhound is another pub in the Trent Valley just a few miles North of Stafford which serves good food and excellent beer and is convenient for walkers and canal boaters alike. The ambience was friendly and the landlord was, as ever, talkative and welcoming. Cottage Brewing beers were available, both well kept and thoroughly refreshing. A third handpump was not working on this occasion but I have had other guest beers here in the past and have never had a duff pint. Highly recommended for a country/canal crawl, just dropping in while passing or for finding to get a decent meal and a pint.

On 16th June 2010 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by Bucking Fastard
Stone, 4.33 miles, 1 hr 23 min walk (show)
Stafford, 5.92 miles, 1 hr 54 min walk (show)
Norton Bridge, 6.71 miles, 2 hr 9 min walk (show)
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21st Aug 2016, 00:09
Review submitted by Beer Monkey amended by Beer Monkey
21st Aug 2016, 00:06
Review submitted by Beer Monkey

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  • Pool Table : Yes last updated 24 August 2010 by Alan Winfield
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 24 August 2010 by Alan Winfield
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