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The Duke William, Lincoln

At the top of Bailgate almost out of reach of the tourists, the Duke William was radically refurbished about 3 years ago and now describes itself (as does everywhere else) as a "pub and kitchen". Big enough to accommodate a range of customers, the inevitable party of lads on a day out hogged the bar but a quick barge-through and I was able to get close enough to order a £4 pint of Citradelic without being able to see who brewed it (possibly Melwood according to Google). Other ales were Doom Bar, Colchester's Metropolis and the house Duke William Ale brewed by Ferry Ales. Busy and lively in a good way, it was a pleasant hour for us.

6 Aug 2019 09:42

Kings Head, Stamford

The barman was pretty miserable and the family next to us was playing Scrabble (quietly fortunately) but the handpull range was diverse: Beartown's Polar Eclipse, Round Corner's Notorious Hooligan, Tiny Rebel's Moutere IPA and Black Sheep's Best Bitter. As I hadn't seen it before, I went for Farm Yard Ales Gulf IPA on font - only downside, £7.50 for a pint of that together with half a cider.

6 Aug 2019 09:11

The Plough Inn, Horbling

Victorian red brick village pub with what was once stabling in car park. Inside there is a traditional bar area fronting the street and a possible extension at the rear which houses the restaurant. The snug between the two might accommodate five drinkers, it is that small. Didn't try the Reverend James but the Grainstore Ten Fifty was in very good condition which admittedly surprised me as cask ale didn't seem the preferred choice of the few locals who were in on Friday late afternoon.

4 Aug 2019 20:57

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