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4 August 2013

Drink at the Nook, Holmfirth, Yorkshire

A great little pub in the Yorkshire town of Holmfirth - the setting for the world's longest running TV comedy Last of the Summer Wine - the Nook (also known as the Rose and Crown) is found in a little alleyway in the backstreets beside the River Ribble, and is popular with locals, tourists and ale fans, who come to sample beers from around the country, and from the Nook's own brewhouse, established in July 2009.

The pub has been standing for two and a half centuries, built in local stone, and has been in the hands of the Roberts family for more than 40 years, offering beer and simple pub food, 365 days a year.

For more, see http://thenookbrewhouse.co.uk/the-nook-pub

^Picture © Humphrey Bolton used under a Creative Commons license^

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