Tiger28 St Albans Road
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Lively back-street corner local dating from 1869 about half a mile from the town centre up East Hill. It has an"L" shaped bar, serving two real ales, Courage Best and a changing guest. There are windows etched with dramatic tigers - such windows existed during WWI but the provenance of the current ones is unknown. The bar is low-ceilinged and leads to a raised area at the back. There is a small yard to the rear with garden furniture and seating.