Place Category: Restaurants
Live music is routinely on here, further details should be obtained from the pub by visitors.
The Red Lion was originally a Joule’s house and like most of the medieval town centre it sits over Market Drayton’s Aquifer, the water source for our ales. Soft, pure mineral water, bored from directly beneath the site made the decision to build the new brewery here very easy. The pub dates back to 1623 and has been sympathetically restored to encompass the new brewery which has been built on a half acre site behind the ancient pub, as well as some land behind The Stags Head, our very good neighbour who sold a second parcel of land to us enabling us to build here.
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Monday 11am – 11pm Tuesday 11am – 11pm Wednesday 11am – 11pm Thursday 11am – 11pm Friday 11am – 12am Saturday 11am – 12am Sunday 11am – 11pm
Food Service Hours
Monday 12pm – 3pm 6pm – 9pm Tuesday 12pm – 3pm 6pm – 9pm Wednesday 12pm – 3pm 6pm – 9pm Thursday 12pm – 3pm 6pm – 9pm Friday 12pm – 9pm Saturday 12pm – 9pm Sunday 12pm – 4pm (Carvery)4pm – 8pm (normal menu)
Address: TF9 1JP
United KingdomPhone: 01630 652602