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Jim79 12:49 Tue Oct 3
Match Day Drinking
With a season and a bit gone since we departed UP where does everyone do their drinking pre and post match these days.

I've experimented with a few different pubs but for most of the back end of last season and every match of this year I've settled in to The Carpenters. Great atmosphere and some brilliant humour and I must say has been the saviour of my match day experience. Had it not been for this place I may have struggled to find the desire to go every match.

So where else are the stalwarts of WHO calling home these days?

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Northern Sold 11:39 Thu Oct 5
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Eerie Descent 7:38 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking

Any decent pubs in Burnley, son?


Drunk at the Cricket Club (james Anderson's club)... £2-00 a pint... you can stick your £10-00 a pint of Beardy Hops up at the shithole... give me a pint for a couple of quid in Lancashire anytime...

WorldCupWilly 10:42 Thu Oct 5
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On The Ball 1:14 Tue Oct 3

Trurib will be a lot easier to get to next year - they're building a new footbridge over the canal next to Forman's.

lincslink 10:29 Thu Oct 5
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Any Old Iron, decent pint of Tribute in the Olde Black Bull, not all yellow fizzy pop.

sanfrancis-co-uk 11:36 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
Food must be shit.

wanstead_hammer 11:32 Wed Oct 4
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J.Riddle
Yeh it's good in there, especially after the rainy days and monday games. Talking about all our yesterdays once more, makes you feel on top of the world.

Gavros 11:21 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
You mean howling hops? the beer in there is a bit too lively for me.

nerd 11:02 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
The tank bar is decent. 10 different tanks full of different beers and a smoke house

Dan M 10:58 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
Chav Square?
Tssk. How rude.
That's The Piazza, that is.

J.Riddle 10:25 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
Carpenters you say? Didn't see you in there, probably was close to you. We've only just begun going there. Seems like only yesterday I was in there. Did you sing? I noticed that when everyone leaves to go home there is a kind of hush.

On The Ball 7:53 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
They're all old and shit

Sold loves it

Eerie Descent 7:38 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
Any decent pubs in Burnley, son?

Northern Sold 5:38 Wed Oct 4
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Gavvy... you know it's normally the clientele that makes pubs and the occasions in pubs good... not some fucking craft beer drinking cunt in a wicker chair fiddling around with a pot of beard wax... oh and it's you in the wicker chair in case you are wondering....

JOHNNY V 5:34 Wed Oct 4
Re: Match Day Drinking
Settled on the queens head after visiting many that have been mentioned on here, it has a decent chippy next door as well. Had some good nights in the carpenters last year after being tonked by Man City twice, as mentioned though it can be a nightmare to get served.

Norflundon 9:57 Tue Oct 3
Re: Match Day Drinking
Been in quite a few boozers but drink in the plough now best one I've been in by a mile and it's shortest walk to the ground

Gavros 9:22 Tue Oct 3
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AoI the offer is usually much better in Stratford than it was around Upton park. Altogether better pubs with the noted exception of the Lion.

Gavros 9:20 Tue Oct 3
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Yes RM10 that's going to become my match pub mind you I reckon it'll be a case of getting there early as they're going to be doing 4 pint pitchers for a tenner. Lucky to get two pints for that elsewhere.

Any Old Iron 9:19 Tue Oct 3
Re: Match Day Drinking
Apart from the Lion, which I've used for more than 40 years now, do any of these other watering holes actually serve proper beer? Or is it all fizzy yellow shit and ice cold guiness.

RM10 9:05 Tue Oct 3
Re: Match Day Drinking
The supporters club are renting stour space hackney wickon match days they are worth supporting

OccupyGreenStreet 8:47 Tue Oct 3
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Bow Bells is becoming our regular, then easy and quick up to PML most games. Coburn Arms also good for pint and food but less of a match day pub.
Often walk past the Lighthouse if PML is down. Very handy for the west side of the LS.

Far Cough 8:23 Tue Oct 3
Re: Match Day Drinking
We still use the Black Lion before games but with evening games afterwards we use Ye Old Black Bull which is decent

nerd 8:17 Tue Oct 3
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Spent all afternoon at the carpenters for the spurs game last season went grow post match. Was an open mike night just finishing and packed. Got served straight away , went outside great atmosphere when the tunes started. Really surprised how good it was will definitely go again.

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