Cobweb InnThe Bridge
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This tall old pub on 5 storeys has a varied 350 year history, having been variously a shipping warehouse, corn mill, grain store and bottling plant until becoming a pub in 1947 - reputedly taking its name from the state it was found in at the time. It has two main bars (the lower one slate-flagged and decorated with jokey spiders), a sheltered outdoor drinking area and a separate restaurant. There are 1 or 2 guest beers from the local breweries, particularly Sharp's, and always a 4 real ales. Beware Healey's Rattler keg cider on handpump (not a 'real' cider). Regular live music Sat nights. Food is available 11:30-14:30 & 18:00-22:00.