North West, 52.44761,0.62388
Real Ale is sold here.
1-3 Market Hill, IP27 0AA
grid reference TL 784 865
music bar, opened 1933
owner/operator: Stonegate (formerly Ei Group) / Craft Union Pub Co (Stonegate)
Lively town centre bar with regular Karaoke, live music & quiz nights. Accommodation available. Distinctive mock Tudor brick built building with some flint napping in panel at front.
Landlady loves to welcome Camra members into the pub to try their selection of real ales and are always more than happy to give out tasters from a selection of ales which change regularly.
Somewhat surprisingly, this is the only pub with this name in the whole country.
Nearest railway station
Owner/operator: Phoenix Inns
Unexceptional boozer with token handpump.
Beer: John Smith's Bitter.CAMRA's 1997 Suffolk Real Ale Guide
An earlier pub called the Eagle tavern was demolished on this site in 1933 and the Flintknappers was subsequently built in the same year.
Closed for most of 2011, the pub re-opened in February 2012.
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)