Whitby is a large town on the Yorkshire coast 18 miles North of Scarborough. A fishing port at the mouth of the river Esk. It also has a large tourism industry with lots of hotels, B & B and self catering available. Always a big increase in people at weekend with day trips and special event weekends such as Regatta, Northern Soul, 60's, Goth (two) and Pirates.

You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline — it helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer
  Frank Zappa

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Around this corner (or out the side stairs) from The Resolution is The Elsinore. Down and across is The Little Angel. Turn right round The Little Angel and walk down Brunswick St and go first left at the church. Along here is the front of The George Hotel. Come out the rear of The George Hotel and cross over to Windsor Crescent. Walk up Windsor Terrace which is the road between the bus station and the railway station. When it splits take the right hand side which leads to North Rd (a steep hill). Take the third left - 1st is Esk Ter. then Park Ter then go down the road with no name(!). If you reach Elgin Ter you have missed it. At the end of this 3rd road is First In Last Out.
Returning to the station walk along from The George to reach The Station Inn.

PUB QUIZ
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The Elsinore Inn is now a one roomed pub with two distinct areas. The bar is on the right hand side making the left hand area a little larger. The rooms have a nautical theme.
Regular music in evenings.
Have a pint here
Real ale: Strongarm (Camerons); John Smith
Bitter: Tetley’s
Lager: Carling
Cider: Strongbow Guinness

The Little Angel is a low ceiling corner pub. The entrance passage takes you to a large bar to the right with main bar then ahead. The bar counter is immediately upon you and it also serves the right hand bar. There are two main bar areas one to the right and the other to the left. The right hand one is dark and comfortable. Straight on from the left hand side is a patio garden spluit into two areas one of which has a TV
Have a pint here.

Real ale: Jorvic (Rudgate); Help for Heroes (Marstons); Roosters (Yankee); Bad Kitty (Brass castle); Falcon Ale (Lacons); Channels Irish Stout; Doombar; Workie Ticket (Mordue)
Bitter:
Lager: Carling; 1664; Fosters; Becks
Cider: Strongbow; Weston's twist Guinness

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The George Hotel is a large hotel opposite the station , although the front door of the hotel is around the other side of the building. The entrance opposite the station has a pool room to left and main bar to the right with a curving servery. Beyond the main bar and up some steps is a large seating area at the main entrance to hotel . there is a fake castle style about the inside which seems to work.
Have a pint(s) here
Real ale: Doombar; Atlantic; Rockpool (all Sharps)
Bitter:
Lager: Coors; Becks; Sharps’ Pilsner; Carling
Cider: Thatchers Guinness

First In Last Out is a bit off of the beaten track but still worth searching out. It is a two roomed pub with some outside seating. The entrance takes you straight to the corner bar. The room widens to the right after the bar. To the left of the bar is a small room with some tables and stools.
Have a pint here.
Real ale: Cumberland; Golden Sheep
Bitter: Tetley’s Smoothflow; John Smith
Lager: Coors; Carling; Grolsch
Cider: Strongbow Guinness

Station Inn is a busy three roomed pub opposite the station. To the left as you go in is a neat little snug ; to the right is a larger square room and straight on takes you to the main bar . The servery serves the main bar and the snug. All of the floors are wooden. Main bar has a variety of seating with wooden backs. There is a lot of interesting railway memorabilia. Live music over the weekend.
Have a pint here
Good Pub Guide
Good Beer Guide (CAMRA)
Real ale: Summer lightning (Hop Back); Atlantic (Sharps); Silver King (Ossett!!!); Platform 3 (only outlet for this ale from Whitby); Golden Best (Timothy Taylor); Yorkshire Blonde (Osett); Double Cross (Theakston)
Bitter: John Smith
Lager: Carling; Red Stripe; Stella 4
Cider: Old Rosie Guinness

PUB CRAWLS
There are four pub crawls illustrated for Whitby involving 31 drinking establishments. Several pubs featurein more than one crawl.
All journeys start from the Station Square which is next to the Bus station and railway station and supermarket car park.
1. East side of the river (yellow Icons)
2. Around the main town (Blue icons)
3. Along the West front - includes several cafes/bistros/bars (green icons)
4. Up the town (red icons)

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