The Maltings is a popular free house located in the northern England city of York. The pub dates back to the 1840s and always serves a wide range of ales and ciders.
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When were you there? I had a nice pint or two in there post-christmas
I took the shot back during in the York Twissup in Feb or March. Haven’t been back since but would like to visit again.
A lovely wee pub, hope to pop back pre-beer bloggers conference in May
I’m attending the Beer Bloggers Conference so will be good to meet up.
We’re going to York Mon/Tues then heading to leeds wednesday evening. Stayed more central this time though. Want to get to Trembling Madness this time
Maltings is a great pub. There’s another brilliant place just opened at York Railway Station called York Tap, with about 30 real ales.
I photographed it a few weeks ago : http://www.andythornton.com/en-UK/portfolio_items/interior-fit-out/traditional-pubs/184-york-tap
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