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  • duntstick
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    Haven’t been down there for some time but I’d try

    here

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    Stubbing is good – also Old Gate on Market St (main road just before the bridge) is newly renovated and has an excellent selection of beers (both British and Belgian) and a seating area at the front where bikes will be ok.

    dantsw13
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    The Stubbings is very MTB friendly, with a good selection of beers. Their Timothy Taylors Landlord was very good!! They also have a large car park, so you can park, ride, have a beer, then go!! The pubs in Hebden Bridge Town Centre are nice, but parking options very limited.

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    Shoulder of Mutton in the town square does real ales and food.

    Where is the best place to get one,like real ale and proper pubs.
    Ta,Ian

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    Had a pint in the shoulder on Saturday, not bad. Market St car park just round the corner.

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    The Old Gate is a new, no expense spared food and drink place.
    Nice, if a bit soulless. Has some good beers on.

    Shoulder of Mutton is overpriced and a bit depressing.

    Stubbins is nice & friendly, you can sit by the canal if you like.

    Fox & Goose is a proper, scruffy, real ale pub with a beer garden.
    Smells of dogs & the regulars.
    The dogs smell nicer.
    Well worth popping in for a pint, if you like that kind of thing.

    The Railway was ok before it was flooded out.

    White Swan is alright, cheap food & lots of pensioners.

    White Hart is expensive & a bit up itself.

    The Trades Club is good, next to the Post Office.
    Gig venue & social club. Very, very Hebden.
    You’re supposed to be a member, but they’ll let you in if you ask nicely.

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