The Stewkely Arms

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The Stewkely Arms
Last updated December 2017
Danger Updater MDUDC 13:28, 17 December 2018 (UTC)
the Stewkely Arms

Pashenton [70, 14]

Morrow Lane
(Raines Hills)
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Cambridge Walk
(Raines Hills)
the Stewkely Arms Dyer Avenue
the Pattin Building
(Raines Hills)
Sharkey Bank Hardinge Row Railway Station

Basic Info:

  • Pubs have no internal descriptions, apart from "...an abandoned pub."
  • Arms can be barricaded normally.

The Stewkely Arms

Description

The Stewkely Arms was built in 1921 by Estelle and John Burke, who grew up in Stewkely, England. The Burkes - and their children who followed them - always sought to maintain the atmosphere of a proper English pub, and even went so far as to ship in select cask ales that would otherwise be extremely hard to find in Malton. Aside from the architecture and the excellent beer, family also insisted on maintaining hours of operation as they would be in England.

Selection and hours of operation are shown below...at least, this is what things were...before.

Cask Ales:

Fuller's London Pride, Brakspear Bitter, Guest Cask Ale

Keg Ales:

Tetley Smoothflow

Stouts:

Guinness

Lagers:

Stella Artois, Carling, Carlsberg

Ciders:

Blackthorn Cider

HOURS:

Bar: Mon: 4:30-11; Tue-Fri: 12-3,4:30-11; Sat: 12-11; Sun: 12-10:30

Bar Food: Tue-Fri: 12-2:30, 6-9; Sat-Sun: 12-9

Barricade Policy

There are no restrictions on barricades...but please make sure not to use full casks of beer, since attacking hoards of zeds can smash them open, resulting in a severe case of alcohol abuse!

Current Status

Despite the old style exterior - which resembles a building 200 years older - the refrigeration system is state-of-the-art. If there's power to the building, the beer can be served at the correct temperature. But, with the outbreak in Malton, the quality of the beer itself is compromised. Still, if you're not too picky, there's no better place to relax after a day of running for your life.



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