Mon-Sat 12-11; Sun 12-10.30
The Three Tuns was recently refurbished and has been brought into the 21st century, extending its welcome further.
Situated at the top of the hill you cant miss the Victorian brew tower in the yard. You'll also find the brewing museum here - a one room trip through the history of brewing with yeast and malt and other substances.
There are two bars, one for drinking which winds its way around a large chimney breast. There is pine wooden bench seating around the walls and the floor slopes to the rear of the pub. Other seating is also available. The walk in fireplace is a particular attraction, as is the beamed ceiling.
The second bar is a squarer room with open seating and is more of the place where people eat from the large, but pricey menu (burger and chips £9.95). The menu differs between lunch and evening and is served 12-3pm and 7pm-9pm Monday to Saturday and 12-3pm on Sunday.
The bars serves Three Tuns beers: Sexton, 1642 and XXX Bitter, though there are specials occasionally.
Other than jazz bands once or twice a month it is a quiet pub. The beer garden has been renovated recently and they welcome well behaved children.
In conjunction with the Six Bells there is a mini beer festival here once a year when the whole town is given over to the amber nectar.
None as yet.
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