The Greyhound Inn, Public Houses Siddington, Gloucestershire - England where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Ashton Road Siddington Gloucestershire England
The Greyhound Inn was built in the 18th century apparently for the canal workers. 300 years on it is a popular village pub with oak beamed ceilings and open log fires. In the summer time feel free to use our large beer garden and in the winter sit in front of our hearty log fires. To keep with tradition we have the ladies and gents darts team meet up to play their home matches here. We also offer a Traditional Sunday carvery. Jason, Oi and family took over The Greyhound pub in November 2004. Jason who trained as a chef at Swindon college furthered his experience by travelling the world met his wife Oi who was studying business and marketing in Thailand. Together with their partnership of business and international cuisine they created a marriage of warmth and flavours. Where else can you dine with friends where one can enjoy a traditional Thai curry, the other home made Greek dishes whilst others enjoy the more British traditional favourite of steamed Steak and kidney pudding. Where possible our produce is sourced regionally. We have an extensive menu and also take a look at our specials board which changes frequently and also our market fish dishes. The Greyhound is perfect for meetings, weddings, christenings and private parties. Once a month the Morgan Car club meet here and we also hold meetings for the divers club and canoeing club. REAL ALES: 6x- Full bodied and distinctive, 6X remains one of the South´s most famous beers. The beer is mid-brown in colour, malty and fruity with balancing hop character. 6x Premium- This is a delightful copper-coloured beer. The same characteristics as traditional 6X emerge on the palate but with more intensity, leading to a lingering malty finish. JcB- A classic beer, originally crafted for John Cairns Bartholomew, grandson of Wadworth´s co-founder. It´s deep copper hue balances perfectly with the hoppy aroma and satisfying taste. Henry´s Original IPA- This golden brown beer, named after Henry Wadworth, has a good balance of flavour and a long lasting aftertaste, becoming biscuity. A good session beer. Henry´s Smooth- A smooth beer that delivers real drinkability pint after pint with a superb chilled and creamy taste. Bishops Tipple- A golden brew with an intriguing aroma from the delicate Saaz and spicy Styrian Goldings hops. The full flavour is well balanced with hop bitterness giving a clean finish for easy drinking. Horizon- Easy drinking all year round and robust enough to accompany most foods, Horizon is light in colour, but full flavoured and best enjoyed cool. Malt & Hops (Available Sept/Oct)- Unkilned green hops used within hours of picking impart a surge of cleansing orange zest flavours and refreshing bitterness which balances the malt-sweet palate of this pale harvest ale. Old Timer (Available Nov/Dec)- Wadworth´s winter beer. Rich copper brown in colour with a strong malty aroma and a full bodied, intense flavour.
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