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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by Tadcaster resident on Mar 29 - 2017 »
Fully recommend The Blacksmiths at Skelton. Best pint of OBB I've had
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by joeh917 on Mar 29 - 2017 »
Thank you tubbycoates next time we are in York we will go in one or two of them most probably the ones near the Minster.
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by tubbycoates on Mar 29 - 2017 »
There are several Sams pubs in York. You probably missed them because there is no signage to indicate they are Sams pubs.

In the City centre, there is York Arms next to the Minster (opp corner to Dean Court hotel), Burns hotel on Market street, and, most famously, The Kings Arms next to the river off Low Ousegate.

Others are The Brown Cow (near the Barbican), Brigadier Gerard (near Monk Bar), Crystal Palace (at Holgate), Tarfalgar Bay (opposite Nunnery Lane car park), and the Wellington in Fulford, not forgetting the Sea Horse around the corner from the Barbican.

A little further out from the City is the Tiger (in Haxby), The Blacksmiths arms (in Skelton),the Six Bells in Strensall, and the Old Ebor in Copmanthorpe.

Enjoy !
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by joeh917 on Mar 29 - 2017 »
One thing I did not see in York was a Sam Smiths pub, are their any because I think their should be seeing as the Brewery is only about eight miles from the city.
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by joeh917 on Mar 29 - 2017 »
I went in the Angel and White Horse with the wife and we really enjoyed it and she said it was the best lager she had ever tasted. We went out the back to see the horses and were told by one of the customers that they would be delivering on Monday morning between 8-30 and 9-30. We then had a look round Tadcaster and later had a nice meal in the Coach and Horses and decided to come back on the Monday to see the horses.On Monday we caught the early bus and saw them come out at about 8-45, we took some photos and then went to have a look at the viaduct and finally finished with a pint of Soverign in the Angel and White Horse. We both enjoyed our trip and of course spent all of Sunday looking round York which is a very nice place as is Tadcaster.  At no time did  get bored and would love to go again some time this coming Summer. Oh one other thing we had a look in the shop next to the Angel and White Horse which has the main offices of Sam Smiths on the other side of it.
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General Discussion / Re: 1982 brewery video
« Last post by OnTheDrink on Mar 28 - 2017 »
What I don't understand the company who made the film had permission from  Sam's, so they had the copyright. This company closed down in the 80's So how does SSOBB have the copyright?

If the film was commissioned by Sams it may well be that they bought the rights as part of the package. Not so usual with stills photography but common practice with filmmaking.
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General Discussion / Re: 1982 brewery video
« Last post by JohnBoy on Mar 27 - 2017 »
Well the link was active long enough for members to download it. But it does Shaw by the way the YouTube message read > I knew it was copyright, and should not have published it. Sure looks that Humph has his men watching this forum.

YouTube did say that I could fight the case. But why should a OAP with just a small private pension ever go that way,

What I don't understand the company who made the film had permission from  Sam's, so they had the copyright. This company closed down in the 80's So how does SSOBB have the copyright?

Anyway as I've said, and members before, why should Samuels Smith shun this greater bublisaty.


 
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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by bitterboy on Mar 27 - 2017 »
Will you be going "fishing" ?
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General Discussion / Proposed new pub,leeds
« Last post by bitterboy on Mar 27 - 2017 »
I came across this while looking for something else, it seems that the brewery has objected to a primary school being built on land next to a proposed pub to be built on land the brewery bought in 1980.The two pictures show Providence Farm years ago surrounded by fields and as it looks now.I wonder when/if the pub will be built?.


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A Customers Viewpoint / Re: Going to Tadcaster.
« Last post by myke on Mar 26 - 2017 »
Thanks for telling me that but I still want to see for myself, I was hoping to see the dray horses pulling the cart around the town.

Only seen the Dray out early morning but if you call in the angel and white horse you can see the shire horses as the stables are in the pubs beer garden.
If the weather is nice a stroll over the viaduct will help settle your meal. I enjoy an afternoon in Tadcaster hope you do too.
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