I really like this pub...went last week, twice! It was empty the first time we went, but the manageress advised that it always was at the time of day we went in. Went back a few days later and it was busy inside and yet more people were probably stood outside as in.
The manager was great, they'd been there about nine months and they keep the best pint of Old Brewery Bitter that I've ever had.
The pub was lovely, interesting and clean...the floor was shining despite the number of people that had walked over it that day. Unusual short doors to the front of the pub for the drop...the actual celar drop was inside the pub, and these door would be opened to allow the barrels to be rolled into the pub and down the drop. The doors can just about be seen in Ian's top photo at the bottom of the pub in the second and third wooden section to the right of the photo (if that makes sense).
I was really impressed all round with this pub and wish the managers luck. I'll definitely be visiting this pub again....hopefully soon!