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Good luck Rick,as far as we are concerned you have done a great job in transforming The Lion.Compared to how it used to be you have already done a first class job, and thats before the next round of work.We look forward to you re opening and your on our list of Must Visit.

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As liong as you are thure to serve us, we the punters will be thure to beer served.

Puns aside last season is the best the pub has been in my living memory. Never in my booziest dreams did I think I’d be presented with such a delightful array of ales and such good grub from a riverside pub.

If next year is going to be better then I’ll think I’ve left this earth in a demipin and joined all the old crew up high!

2018 thurnewecome

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Update from the lion Facebook page
" We are pleased to confirm we will be reopening on Friday 23rd March @ 6pm with Food & Drinks Available...

Sneak peek pictures below...

Beers are in the cellar, coffee blended and new gins stocked!
Kitchen re-stocked & Pizza oven ready to go!

We haven't finished everything so excuse the building site bits but we have most of the bar and restaurant areas done.

The new toilets and lobby will be finished just after Easter.

All work is scheduled to be finished after Easter and we should be fully clear of work by May day!

We will be open from 12 Noon daily and then launch Breakfast opening during Easter.

Food Served Every Day 12-9PM - Sunday Roasts Available 12-4 on Sundays

Pizza Oven back on the go and takeaway Pizzas available....

Thank you all for bearing with us!"

steve and vicky
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Did I hear that a pint of real ale is £4.70 ???

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HOW MUCH? My daughter lives in a North Yorkshire village, 200 yards from the CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017 (guess where I spent the weekend!). They charge £3 a pint for real ale.

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May be something at that price but was in twice in the last week and paying £3.70 from memory.

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ol' chinese whispers again my friend.

it seems we have had a lot of those so far. all real ale is 3.90 a pint 1.95 a half and we often then have one on as pint of the week at 3.50.

when are own brews are on this summer they will be 3.50/3.60 all of the time.

moorings are £5 overnight on both sides also if anyone needs to know. someone was spouting that we had changed the pricing from £3 to £10 randomly.

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Nice to keep the facts straight, Pubman. Thank you.

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
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Would that North Yorkshire pub be the George and Dragon at Hudswell, Paladine? If so, good pub.
When in North Yorkshire my most local pub also sells beer from three quid to three forty (choice of six real ales) . However locals (which oddly includes me,  simply because my house there is very close) get a quiet twenty pence discount.
Beer in that part of the world is much cheaper than Norfolk in many pubs. Odd,  as North Yorkshire is a pretty affluent area.



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i think i have mentioned it before but beer prices generally are very rarely related to the cost price of the beer being bought in but rather the business rates, wage bill, rent and utilities etc a business must face.

funnily enough i can often buy beer cheaper from northern breweries than beers just down the road.

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