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Lidgate Star

Lidgate Star

South West, 52.19121,0.51895

Cask Ale is sold here.

The St, CB8 9PP

grid reference TL 722 577

opened 16th century

owner/operator: Outdoor Inns

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The Star Inn is the quintessential 16th Century English pub with its large log fires, oak beams, real ales & its warm, welcoming atmosphere. Currently run by two CAMRA members the four real ales are supplemented by a range of craft keg beers, bottled beers and real cider. Charcuterie boards are available lunchtimes and home-made pizzas are served in the evening every day of the week. A classic pub not to be missed.

Ales are served through ancient Lady Pumps; the Star is one of only two pubs in the country with these.

Accommodation and an on-site brewery are also planned.

It was originally run as a Beer House in the 19th Century, when it acquired its name. Today it is a Grade II listed building in a conservation area, and boasts beautiful bressemer beams, carved oak beams in an old English style.

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(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

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