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The Tanners Hall (Wetherspoon)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
S43 (formerly Sonnet 43) - American Pale AleExcellent1
Exmoor - WildcatGood1
Greene King - Abbot AleNot Tried0
Greene King - Ruddles BestNot Tried0
North Yorkshire - Dizzy DickNot Tried0
Jennings - The World's Biggest LiarNot Tried0
Saltaire - Challenger SpecialNot Tried0
S43 (formerly Sonnet 43) - Blonde BeerNot Tried0
TSA (now called Black Wolf) - Rok IPANot Tried0
Batemans - Hazelnut BrownieNot Tried0
Greene King - The Abbot's ConfessionNot Tried0
Ringwood - Shipyard Brewing Co Double ThumperNot Tried0

Visits Details

19 Oct 2013 (Tobes)
S43 (formerly Sonnet 43) - American Pale Ale5.40Excellent
Exmoor - Wildcat4.40Good
Greene King - Abbot Ale5.00Not Tried
Greene King - Ruddles Best3.70Not Tried
North Yorkshire - Dizzy Dick4.80Not Tried
Jennings - The World's Biggest Liar4.30Not Tried
Saltaire - Challenger Special5.20Not Tried
S43 (formerly Sonnet 43) - Blonde Beer4.10Not Tried
TSA (now called Black Wolf) - Rok IPA4.00Not Tried
Batemans - Hazelnut Brownie6.30Not Tried
Greene King - The Abbot's Confession8.50Not Tried
Ringwood - Shipyard Brewing Co Double Thumper5.00Not Tried

About The Tanners Hall

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Darlington, Durham, DL3 7LL.

Skinnergate was once the location of Darlington's Skin Market. In 1621, the local council decreed, 'Noe tanners shall bye any skins, but upon the Skynnehill'. The long-gone tanners are remembered by the name of this Wetherspoon pub. Sixteen years earlier, most of Skinnergate and High Row had been destroyed. Around half the town - 273 houses - were burned to the ground. By the start of the 18th century, the leather trade had been replaced by a sheep market.

We have visited this pub once, seen 12 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: DL3 7LL