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Visit the Sun Inn at Lancaster

September 8, 2009

The Sun in Lancaster is featured in the Guardian’s 10 urban pubs that could be in the countryside.

It describes

A town centre pub with a country feel, with exposed brick work, wood panels, beams, a 300-year-old oak door, open fireplaces and a well – the latter suggests brewing may have taken place here centuries ago. Food and accommodation are recommended while the beer range is superb. The Sun is the main outlet for the local Lancaster Brewery and offers the full range of Amber, Blonde, Black and Red along with Thwaite’s Wainwright from Blackburn and four regular guest beers. There’s also a good selection of Belgian beers and malt whiskies. There’s an outside heated area for nicotineys.

Situated within Lancaster’s Conservation Area,and five minutes walk from the train station,The bar offers eight cask ales, over a dozen wines by the glass, fifty bottled beers, an excellent whisky/port/brandy selection and superb lunches.

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