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The Plough Inn, Radford - pub details

Plough Inn
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Address: 17 St. Peters Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 3EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5346) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nottingham (1.7 miles), Beeston (2.9 miles), Bulwell (3.3 miles)

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Nottingham Arms, Radford (0.1 miles), White Horse Inn, Radford (0.2 miles), Jolly Higglers, Nottingham (0.2 miles), Variety Club, Radford (0.3 miles), Marquis Of Lorne, Radford (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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It was a bit of a trek to get to the Plough. But, this is the brewery tap for the Nottingham Brewery. As McRoyal states, it's a traditional local boozer with 2 bars. Everybody was crowded into the single room on my visit. But, it was reasonably quiet. The 4 Nottingham ales on offer were Extra Pale Ale, Legend, Rock Bitter & Rock Mild. There was also a guest - Red House, a ruby porter from Whim. The real cider was Broadoak Moonshine. Nice pub. But, difficult to reach on a crawl.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Apr 2019 18:23
We are now talking classic boozers here - this is a terrific pub regardless what previous reviewers might think!! Two bars in the old style (public and lounge) with central servery and home-brewed ales. The Rock Bitter was excellent so I stayed with it while my mates tried the other brews - all in good nick and with our CAMRA discounts very well priced. The landlady couldn't have been more friendly and even guided us to some of the other pubs in the city (we were aiming to get to some new ones this visit). However, we stopped in The Plough for that extra pint as we all enjoyed the place so much. Pub games and
reference books abound (for crossword lovers etv)and there are some interesting old pictures around the walls.
A number 28 or Y28 bus will take you to the Ilkeston Road and you get off at the old White Horse pub by Nottingham Gate retailpark/student flats - it's a short walk up St.Peters Road from there but do make the effort. If you like traditional boozers with good beer then this one has to be recommnded.
mcroyal - 1 Dec 2013 14:51
Visited this pub on spec on Friday. Tried a couple of pints of Rock Mild, ditto Rock Bitter, ditto Robin Hood bitter - all superb.

Liked it so much we went back on Saturday and had similar.
Prince_of_topers - 18 Nov 2013 13:12
Being attached to the Nottingham Brewery, this pub gets on the map more than it would otherwise do. I was very disappointed by my latest visit (the previous being a number of years ago on an organised pub tour). There's a lack of attention to detail here, a comment that is summed up by the state of the garden area. I fully expected the Nottingham Legend ale to be excellent, but it was at best average. Very disappointing all round. A real ale pub attached to its own brewery that has only 5 customers (all male) in the place between 1.30pm and 2.15pm on a Sunday lunchtime needs to have a serious look at what it has to offer.
oxybrig - 16 Sep 2013 09:36
No blasts of steam or shrill whistles from Trainman today?
Is he chuffing away quietly in a siding somewhere?
Or hurtling along like an express, er, train?
cavalieri - 8 Aug 2013 19:52

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