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The Navigation Inn, Heaton Norris - pub details

Navigation Inn

Address: 1 Manchester Road, Heaton Norris, Stockport, Cheshire, SK4 1TY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12339) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Heaton Chapel (1 mile), Stockport (1 mile), Reddish North (1.1 miles)

Brewery: Beartown Brewery

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user reviews of the Navigation Inn, Heaton Norris

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My tour around Stockport's pubs eventually took me to the Heaton Norris area. First stop was this Beartown pub, just off a busy roundabout. Bearskinful was the only one of their ales one. They also had Holt's Bitter & Mild & Nethergate GB. Both the exterior and interior look as though they have seen better days. There were 3 other customers, watching 20/20 cricket on the TV in one of two fairly large rooms. I think I read that this was the local CAMRA pub of the season. But I'd struggle to justify that. There are many better pubs in the town. I moved onto the Silver Jubilee, which is not one of those better pubs and is not listed on the site. To be honest, that one is not worth adding.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Oct 2018 21:21
Another pub that hasn't had a posting for some time - so here goes.

The Navigation is a largish pub on a busy roundabout approx a mile north of Stockport over the M60 and up Lancashire Hill.

There's a largish lounge and a small vault, both served from the one central bar.

The pub itself is somewhat unremarkable, but it is owned by the Beartown Brewery in Congleton.

The local Stockport pub guide describes the Navigation as being a thriving pub, having been turned round since its acquisition by Beartown in 2001.

However my recent Friday lunchtime visit revealed a very quiet pub with an Estate Agents board outside advertising the lease as being up for sale, so perhaps its fallen on hard times again.

There was a good range of Beartown ales on - my pint of Bearskinful ( OG 4.2% - 1.80p) was a nice hoppy pint.

Not a must visit pub by any means, but you might want to consider it, just for its unusual beers, but not unless you've done the Crown Inn and The Railway, both nearer to the town centre
JohnBonser - 6 Aug 2008 13:39
Cosy atmosphere
well run pub
superb Congleton Beartown ales
Live folk music 2nd Tuesday of the month > 8p.m.
Bar closes promptly
7thEarlLordLucan - 27 Oct 2005 01:23
Beartown Brewery pub - excellent beer, particularly Kodiac Gold
Landlady, Angela, and her daughter Chantell run this pub very well
CAMERA pub
Lord Lucan - 7thEarl.LordLucan@gmail.com - 15 May 2005 01:06
Located at the top of Lancashire Hill. Full range of the Beartown Brewery's beers.
bob mason - 16 Aug 2004 00:22

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