Pubs of Manchester

All pubs within the city centre and beyond.
A history of Manchester's hundreds of lost pubs.

Monday, 28 May 2012

194. Winter's, Underbank

Winter's, Underbank, Stockport. (c) johnmightycat1 at flickr.

This Joseph Holt's house situated on Underbank regrettably doesn't match up to the usual standard of Holt's houses, as it was full of the weirdest Stockport pond life imaginable.  Presumably they were drawn by the incredibly cheap prices - even by Holt's standard, £1.80 a pint is good value.  The pub itself has been converted from Mr Winter's clockmakers shop - hence the name - but when we called in it was scruffy and dirty.  The beer itself was good, as is usual for Holts, but Winter's isn't the sort of place I'd be frequenting again in a hurry.

Winter's, Underbank, Stockport. (c) demm42.

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