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Kings Head Hotel, Droylsden - pub details

Kings Head Hotel
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Address: 169 Market Street, Droylsden, Manchester, Lancashire, M43 7AY [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Fairfield (0.9 miles), Gorton (1.4 miles), Guide Bridge (1.4 miles)

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Droylsden Football Club, Droylsden (0.0 miles), Beehive, Droylsden (0.1 miles), Moss Tavern, Manchester (0.2 miles), Church Hotel, Manchester (0.2 miles), Cotton Tree, Droylsden (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Holts beer what more can you say, bloody great.
T.Jones - 22 Jul 2015 14:22
stopped by for a drink on the way to the football a droylsden fc and the good thing is the pub is next to the ground, decent ale from holts i had a pint of holts bitter also on was holts mild and ipa. it was quite busy as they have sky sports. also if you are going to the game next door and you like real ale it might well be a good idea to stay in here right up till kick off as the club house has no cask
loiner8 - 29 Sep 2014 11:53
The council said the tram would bring people to Droylsden but all it has done to the pubs of Droylsden is send people to the many cheap john Smith's and carling pubs of Ashton under Lyne. This is a real shame because the kings is a great holts pub that has lost its characters due to cheap beer up the road. This pub is in the good beer guide and with Ashton under Lyne only having wetherspoons as there entry it tells you Ashton isn't a big real ale area. If your travelling by tram try a pint in Droylsden for a change.
Caskales - 20 Jul 2014 12:13
After a brief visit to the Railway in Openshaw (not listed in here, but reasonably good), I pulled into the Kings Head at Droylsden. It's a large pub with 3 rooms sited around a large central bar. It's a Holts pub with friendly customers. 3 ales were on - Bitter, IPA & Maple Moon. I had the latter, which was ok, without being too spectacular. The pub car park is adjacent to Droylsden's football ground.
blue_scrumpy - 3 Dec 2012 20:32
Deserves place in the Beer Guide; usual style Holts pub with high turnover of quality Bitter (about 2.20) which is all you need. Good mix of locals, no signs of food but plenty of screens. Next door to the football ground (missing you in the Conference).
mtaylor40 - 24 Sep 2012 21:18

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