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As part of a pub crawl this was our first pub having got off the bus from Hopton, good honest pub, snacks available and a very wide range of own brand beers, plus the usual keg types.
Well worth seeking out at the top end...More
Being in a vessel in Lowestoft, and looking for a decent watering hole isn't easy. But rest assured, if you want a good pint of Green Jack (local to the area) beer, this is your place. Really great selection over a range of styles along...More
My husband,dog and I have been here a few times now. We really enjoy the welcoming atmosphere and great choice of beers they have.
There are two bars and an outside area to sit.
The beers are well looked after and the locals are very...More
So if you want the best beer in lowestoft brewed locally you must come here.
Other reviews are correct when they say it is rough and ready. However, the staff are great and the range of brews is tremendous. They stock guest beers as well...More
I first visited the Triangle in the late nineties and it really hasn't changed much since then. The beer is usually very good and nicely kept, but the enviroment isn't that pleasant anymore. There is a smell when you enter the pub that isn't the...More
The Triangle Tavern Review
If you are looking for a modern pub selling larger and fancy drinks you will probably not appreciate this place. If, on the other hand, you looking for a traditional pub selling locally brewed ale then this is the place to...More
We try and visit the Triangle with friends when in the Lowestoft area. Never been disappointed to date.The beers are superb with a good selection to match.
Would recommend the Orange Wheat but hadn't room for the Ripper !
The Triangle Tavern is the only pub owned by the Green Jack Brewery to date. I had heard of this location from a fellow CAMERA member. The location is what was once refered to as a "Spit & Sawdust Pub" but I can assure you...More