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Cherry Tree, Huddersfield

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The Cherry Tree is a Wetherspoon's outlet not too far from Huddersfield station. It appeared very busy on my early Saturday afternoon visit, with bouncers on the door. But once past the entrance, service was quite quick and there was plenty of space to move towards the rear. Ales were Greene King Abbot, Elland 1872 Porter & White Prussian, Moorhouses Watchfinder General & Pendle Witches Brew, Acorn Dragon IPA, Springhead Exodus & Bradfield Farmer's Blonde. Ciders were Old Rosie & Black Dragon. Ok. But I probably wouldn't bother again with so many other decent pubs in Huddersfield, unless I was trying to use my CAMRA vouchers.
blue_scrumpy - 1 May 2018 20:37
First port of call on my recent visit to the town. Sampled a fantastic pint of 1872 Porter at 6.5%. With a CAMRA card it only cost £1.95, giving extra value for money. Could not stay there all-day but it's okay for one or two.
realalerules1983 - 24 Nov 2013 10:42
Impressed with this friendly Spoons and it's range of beers. Will revisit when in Huddy.
founddrunkinyourgarden - 4 Apr 2012 14:07
A genuinely good pub these days.

Great selection of real ales, decently kept and usually served fairly well. Staff are always friendly and the pub itself is clean and comfortable.
Draugen - 19 Mar 2012 19:21
A Wetherspoons. Ales were on offer, however i decided to partake of a coffee and take in my surroundings. A familiar clientele came into view, pensioners eating breakfast, middle aged alkies trying to improve their shakes, young students contemplating the "delights" of a northern town.

Wetherspoons.....................!
nokegthanks - 13 Apr 2011 21:29
Typical large JDW with a good range of ale and sky sports on the TV.
Rod_Hariga - 5 May 2010 20:38
Quite good for a wetherspoons. Excellent selection of ales and ones i tried were in good form. Looks busy for lunchtime food.
ppw - 18 Feb 2010 17:29
Good selection of well kept beers available. Guest beers from local micros. Good staff and quick service despite being busy.
LittleFamilyFish - 5 Jan 2010 09:01
Cracking pub with plenty of variety and staff very efficient and friendly - no complaints and only 10 mins walk away from the Galpharm!!

JohnnyKiely - 18 Aug 2008 15:03
Fantastic by Wetherspoons standards. I think they had at least 8 guests on and a comprensive list of beers in the cellar and those that are racked. Very reasonable prices as well for a Wetherspoons, 1.59 for the guests, which were in good condition. Very busy on a lunchtime.
Sharp - 28 Dec 2007 16:10
As Wetherspoons go this is one of the better ones to be honest - usual fare - can be plagued by the towns alkies though as just up from St peters Church.
zamora250 - 7 Jul 2007 14:35
Very Smokey atmosphere but not 4 long now thankfully,a great pint of Ossett "Silver Fox" was had here though,typical good prices n decent beer,7/10
fat_beer_badger - 19 Apr 2007 12:32
A little hard to find from a distance as it does not look like a pub,not far from either the bus or railway stations,keep your eye open for a block of offices belonging to Pearl Assurance it's on the ground floor there,you can't say much about spoons that has not been said before.
Usual stuff though if you like cider most of them have started selling Westons Old Rosie and Westons Organic both at 1.99 and 7.3 great value.
bagheas - 4 Sep 2005 11:47
usual wide choice at sensible prices. This converted furniture showroom shows what can be done without the usual Pub Kitch. Can get very full
kobylisyzizkov - 16 Jan 2005 16:28

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