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This is now known as The Maltings. I've not been in since it had the name change, but went in at the beginning of summer for a quiet read on a Sunday afternoon. My intention was thwarted by a handful of Chelsea supporters good naturedly watching the footie on the telly. I went out the front where the beer patio is, but it was in the shade, so I ended up leaning on a traffic bollard to get a bit of sun, with book in hand and pint in the other.
Barman seemed a cheery sort but the pub lacked for customers and atmosphere.
Fiendishgames - 7 Nov 2016 12:48
After a visit to the Rose & Crown (a McMullens pub just up the road), our penultimate pub of the day was the Worppell. It's a Greene King pub on a local roundabout. The interior was nice enough. But the ale selection - Greene King IPA & Abbot & Sharps Doom Bar was lacking. 3 other customers were present on this early Saturday evening visit.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Sep 2015 10:54
This place has been in the GBG so a bit disapointed with the beer selection when I paid a visit last Saturday afternoon.
It is very cosy and they have a dart board. 2 plasma TV's were showing the Huddersfield v Sheffield Wednesday footy.
3 hand pulls for GK IPA and Abbott and the dreded Doom Bar.
I had a pint of Abbott which was very nice and so it should be @ £3.90!!!!!

bjbrummiejohn - 25 Nov 2014 13:01
Located in a good traffic junction and looking like a good old fashioned pub from the outside. But on entering what a shock. It looked like a Daily Mail Ideal Home pub on the corner. A Swedish pine forest was stuck to the walls, the seating was spanking new and had the layout for remand prisoners to meet family on visitors day, not helped by the lighting being so bright. I soon realised it was a Hollywood version of an English pub. On the plus side the barman/owner was cheerful and the beer Abbots was fine but very pricey at £3.80 a pint. I expect that bat the wine bar on the High Street. Otherwise it was flaming Green King IPA. Luckily a text arrived and I headed off to The Albion where 3 pints cost a tenner. I will not be going back.
WeazelTimes - 20 Jun 2013 15:13
Run by the longest-serving landlord in the town, this is undoubtedly the finest traditional pub. The beer is always in top form, (even if you are not a GK fan).
The_Music_Man - 18 Nov 2011 17:25
Popped in whilst visiting Ware. Seems a nice little local, shame it's a Greene King pub. Never mind the guest beer was good, had a nice pint of Morland's Tanner's Jack.
Atmosphere is socialable. barstaff are friendly.
Thank goodness for the guest ale!
richardhoward - 5 Jun 2008 16:03
Wasn't a guest beer on when I went so tried a local "trick" - A half and half mix of IPA and Abbot -was surprised that this was an improvement on both!..but I am guessing that is because they were well kept versions of these ales in any case. A GK house with no guests is never going to be top of my hit list but pleaseant enough for a few quiet ones.
Martin_R - 12 May 2008 14:22
Went in here last week as part of a local pub crawl. Very pleasant small pub with husband & wife landlords. Greene King pub with IPA & Abbot. Had a guest beer on (Old Hooky) which was great.
tangerineman - 28 Feb 2008 10:36

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