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Fox Inn (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Hafod - HopperExcellent1
Thwaites - Lancaster Bomber (please now use the Banks's entry)Not Tried0
Thwaites - Wainwright (please now use the Banks's entry)Not Tried0
Thwaites - Original Not Tried0

Visits Details

06 Jun 2013 (Nick Willis)
Wonderful spot, characterful pub.
Hafod - Hopper4.30ExcellentBrewery is Hafod
Thwaites - Lancaster Bomber (please now use the Banks's entry)4.40Not Tried
Thwaites - Wainwright (please now use the Banks's entry)4.10Not Tried
Thwaites - Original 3.60Not Tried

About the Fox Inn

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Ysceifiog, Denbighshire, CH8 8NJ.

This two-storey late Georgian village pub with four small rooms is a splendid survivor being little altered since the 1930s. The slate-floored drinking lobby has a tiny hatch in the leaded screen around the servery, which would have also been the off-sales, and occasionally customers can be seen drinking here. A sliding door leads to the tiny front bar, with an old counter, old panelling on the window side, a 1930s tiled fireplace with a coal fire and bare bench seating, including some attached to the front of the counter. At the rear the lounge is served from a bar more like a hatch with its sliding window, now kept permanently open. This room retains fixed seating dating from the 1930s and a post-war fireplace. To the front right is the small snug with a cast-iron fireplace. Look for the number of the doors, a requirement of H M Customs and Excise to denote all the rooms in a public house used for the storage or sale of alcohol. This pub is on CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors Part One.rnrn

We have visited this pub once, seen 4 different beers and tried 1 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CH8 8NJ