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Corner Pin, Westwood - pub details

Address: 75 Palmerston Street, Westwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG16 5HY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37332) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Langley Mill (3.2 miles), Alfreton (3.8 miles), Kirkby In Ashfield (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of Corner Pin, Westwood

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Our visit was not quite so action-packed as Blue Scrumpy, but every bit as positive. Four beers from the Naked Brewer (brewed on the premises) were available and of high quality. We were made very welcome and so far as I can see the only negative was the difficulty in finding the pub if you're a stranger. If this pub continues on this course and maintains its following from locals (with the best kind of friendly atmosphere) then this pub should move up yo 8/10 or even higher. One to follow and support.
Arctium_lappa - 17 Feb 2013 20:23
This pub had plenty of character and characters and was clearly the best pub we visited on our Saturday Nottinghamshire tour. We walked in to plenty of stares, as we obviously weren't familiar. The beer selection was fairly good - Springhead Robin Head Bitter, Marlpool Scratty Ratty and Abbeydale Doctor Morton's Famous Binge Oil. In addition, there were 3 real ciders - Moles Black Rat, Thatchers Cheddar Valley and Westons Old Rosie. The Black Rat was not in a particularly good condition. But unlike all other pubs we tried, at least they were promoting real cider. The locals were all seemingly very eccentric. Most were of an older persuasion, but a few were younger. The highlight of the evening came when a lock-in was nearly enforced as the door handle failed. Smokers were champing at the bit to exit, whilst one of the younger clientele in a slightly inebriated state went to fetch a screwdriver. When the door was finally released, the pub emptied with a large crowd of smokers assembling in the driveway outside. I can well imagine that similar comedy capers occur nightly. This is a locals pub that has probably changed very little in many years (including the door handle). Whilst most of the clientele were crowded into one room, the pub also had two other bars. A coal fire added a little more character. One of the most bizarre experiences we've had touring the country. But a thoroughly enjoyable 45 minutes or so nevertheless. A pub I'd be quite happy to make my local.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Oct 2010 21:53

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