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This Grade II listed freehouse was once accommodation for monks with it's own brew house situated in the outbuildings behind. Brewing ceased in 1889. This light and airy stone-built inn boasts a traditional slate floor and beamed ceiling. To one side is a cosy non food area to enjoy a chat in front of the log fire. Ingredients for the extensive menu are sourced locally including fresh fish. The Brewery Inn has a solid reputation for good food and ales. Please check winter opening times before