Free pint of Guinness offered at Lock Stock & Barrel in Crowle

Helen Manning, landlady of the Lock, Stock and Barrell Free House, Crowle holds up a pint of Guinness which will be free as part of an offer. Picture: Andrew Roe
Helen Manning, landlady of the Lock, Stock and Barrell Free House, Crowle holds up a pint of Guinness which will be free as part of an offer. Picture: Andrew Roe

Are you planning to be glued to the television set during the 2015 rugby union World Cup tournament?

If so, why not sink a pint of Guinness for free while watching your favourite world cup game at the Lock Stock &Barrel pub in Crowle.

This great offer in conjunction with the Bells of a freebie pint of the black gold runs from Thursday, September 24 to Wednesday, September 30.

Or why not try and make it a memorable occasion with a tasty meal with your free pint. To claim your free pint of Guinness, just fill in the coupon in the September 24 edition of the Epworth Bells, then take when you go the hostelry.

A popular pub, run by Helen Manning and her staff, Lock Stock & Barrel, Cross Street, has a range of drinks on offer and is gearing up for the full four weeks of the tournament and new customers are always welcome at the friendly pub.

Food on offer includes pensioners’ lunches – two courses for £4 each every Thursday – and on Sundays a carvery – standard meal £4.50 and large meal £6.

Get together with colleagues, family or friends for any occasion in the pub’s intimate surroundings.

Beers on offer include Old Speckled Hen, Strongbow Dark special edition, John Smith’s smooth, Lockie Gold lager at £2.20 per pint, Strongbow normal and of course Guinness at £3.

Helen (above) said: “We are known as a friendly pub with a pleasant atmosphere. New customers are always made to feel welcome. There are three rooms here - the snug, middle room and the main bar area. In addition a room can be hired out for Christenings, wedding receptions, funerals or any other occasion.”

She added: “We try to cater for everyone in the community. We have bands and artists playing sessions on Saturdays and we also have regular theme nights.”

The pub is open on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 3pm to 11pm, Thursday, noon to 11.30pm, Fridays and Saturdays, noon to 1am and Sunday, noon to 11.30pm.

Helen further added: “I feel the Lock Stock & Barrel offers something a little bit different that includes a warm welcome, friendly staff and a good character.” Prices for Wednesday steak nights are £13-16.

All meals are freshly cooked to order. To find out more about the pub and what it has to offer or to book for an occasion call 01724 711192.