The Greyhound, Burton on the Wolds

A last walk before Christmas, on a crisp Winter’s day. That was the plan, but as with the rest of December 2015, it was mild and moist. Nevertheless, a pleasant walk with friends, and timed to arrive back at the pub in time for some lunch. Handily, we had parked there before beginning our walk. 

First up, some refreshment – a pint of Joule’s pale ale, which was ok but nothing more. 

A good selection of food on the menu, and the Greyhound is one of those rare sensible pubs that serves food all day, so you don’t have to rush back before the kitchen staff all run away at 1:55pm. 

Amongst our group we chose pizza (pictured), steak and ale pie, various panini and a BLT baguette for me (triple pork nirvana was on). 

Everyone enjoyed their meals, very tasty food, and good portions. It was a great way to finish off our walk. 

  

And if that wasn’t enough, there are also a few great bottles of ale in the fridges. This “Doggie Style pale ale” was a bottle of hoppy loveliness, and could be on course for beer of the month…

A lovely lunch and some hoppy goodness. Great ingredients for a MOFAD approval!

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