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The Gannow Wharf, Burnley - pub details

Address: 168 Gannow Lane, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 6QH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29547) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rose Grove (0.5 miles), Burnley Barracks (0.5 miles), Burnley Central (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Gannow Wharf, Burnley

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The Gannow Wharf was our final pub of the day. We'd been in Burnley earlier in the day and found that this place was not opening until 8pm. In fact, it's opening hours are very limited. It only opens 4 days a week for a few hours. But the pub ended up being one of my favourite of the day. Locals and staff were friendly and took a keen interest in us. I doubt they get many strange visitors. Only 2 ales were on. They were both from Reedley Hallows. I had the Old Laud Bitter and my drinking partner had the Pendleside. We both agreed that the Bitter was the better of the two and for me it was possibly my favourite beer of the day (competing with the Three B's Honey Stout that I'd had in the Drummers Arms, Blackburn). All of the locals were sat or stood at the bar. The rest of the pub was empty. But there is plenty of seating. Plenty of items to peruse on the walls too. The pub was advertising that it was closing for refurbishment from early January. But I would recommend a visit here, if you ever get the chance.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Dec 2018 22:27
A constantly changing selection of locally brewed and excellently served ales, if you drink enough you even get a certificate, or is that certificated.
What the DJ on Saturday nights doesn't know about music isn't worth knowing.
Quite a few descent single malts too.
Well worth a visit.
Michael72 - 16 Jun 2011 13:11
An interesting old canal side pub a mile or so out of the town centre but well worth finding. As a previous reviewer has said, the boss is extremely friendly and helpful and is ken to hear what customers think of his beer. Around 7 or 8 beers usually available, most of them from Lancashire and the rest of the North West.
StephenofBurnley - 13 Feb 2011 20:41
Old pub by the canalside. New governor (can't do enough for you)in a true Free House, a lttle oasis in a pretty rough part of town. Live music nights etc.
Oh yes,... the best bit, fantastic Phoenix Pale Moonlight and Coach House Squiers Gold.
Check it out in a few more months I think it will be even better.
Triathlete - 25 Jun 2006 11:25

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