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Tin Oyle, Barnsley Central, Barnsley

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Gateway Plaza, Sackville Street
S70 2RD
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A large and trendy urban style bar, that had only been open for one week on our visit. This bar gets its name from the tin work factory, that once stood on this site. That was redeveloped and is now called the gateway plaza. References to the tin factory can be seen in the form of a fabulous display of tin work donated by some of the locals. All displayed on a shelved unit opposite the bar, consisting of biscuit tins, sweet tins, tobacco tins etc. There was also a large photo sized mural depicting the interior of the factory in it's heyday. Beer wise, two cask ales on handpump, which were Bradfield Farmer's Blonde and Abbeydale Moonshine. Both of which were in pristine condition, so we ended up staying longer than anticipated.

On 9th May 2019 - rating: 8
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9th May 2019, 19:17
Review submitted by Real Ale Ray amended by Real Ale Ray
9th May 2019, 17:02
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