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The Three Tuns Brewery

16 Market Square, Bishops Castle SY9 5BN, England
+44 1588 638392
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Decent dinner.

Ate here last night after a lengthy walk. Service was great and very friendly. Food was excellent... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
via mobile

Great beers, something for everyone Friendly staff and great setting Not to be missed. Did not eat... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Phil B
via mobile
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  • Poor3%
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“the pub” (10 reviews)
“great beer” (4 reviews)
“light lunch” (2 reviews)
16 Market Square, Bishops Castle SY9 5BN, England
+44 1588 638392
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Ate here last night after a lengthy walk. Service was great and very friendly. Food was excellent - modestly priced and a cut above standard pub grub. Good buzz and atmosphere and cracking beer.

Thank ChrisC1959
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great beers, something for everyone Friendly staff and great setting Not to be missed. Did not eat but food looked fantastic

Thank Phil B
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Staying in the town for 2 nights we decided on the 3 find for our pre bike ride night out. The food was lovely and wide selection of beers brewed by themselves really added to the evening. Keep walking through the first very small bar...More

Thank chasandrach
Reviewed 6 May 2017

Visited the oldest brewery in the UK and highly and it is recommended. I was in Bishops Castle for a Weekend with friends and we were shown round by Steve the head brewer who was very helpful and knowledgeable about his craft. We were treated...More

Thank stevieDW
Reviewed 3 April 2017 via mobile

Nice ambience and friendly staff but our experience of the food was mixed. One of us had sea bass. We expected that the fish would be modest in size but the accompanying vegetables were woefully inadequate. Three very small pieces of potato, one courgette ribbon,...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 13 February 2017

What's not to like! Good food, good beer, log burner, friendly staff and a great atmosphere in a wonderful old pub with brewery attached! Always wise to book if wanting food. A great choice on the menu. Had the tasty duck and just had enough...More

Thank Nikki B
Reviewed 29 January 2017

It's very noisy here at weekends. You may call that atmosphere, but we found the fact that drinkers congregate round the bar in one of the main eating areas interfered with our arrival and ability to attract staff of a menu and service, as well...More

Thank gaymaria
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

We had a tasty light lunch which prompted us to return for dinner. Fish cakes and venison were good, lasagne had to be returned to be reheated but was delish too. The staff are seriously good, and dogs are welcome and made a fuss off....More

Thank Foodistherock
Reviewed 13 November 2016 via mobile

Great food beer and service. It's a massive menu, so probably part pre- prepared, but you wouldn't readily notice it ! Nice portion sizes. Reasonable prices Well done.

Thank andrewb113
Reviewed 20 October 2016

Its a must to visit the beer is great and brewed next door in the brewery. It is the oldest licenced brewary in the country and the beer is great. strong so don't use the car after.

Thank _mickh35
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