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Millwright Arms, Warwick

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user reviews of the Millwright Arms, Warwick

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Modified my walk from Leamington to Warwick to take in this pub - which has sneaked into the Top 10 pubs in Warwickshire on this site.

11:43 and its open. Not only that, its been open since 10:30am and its packed.

4 real ales on - I went for Tribute and it was in great nick. Noticed Doom Bar and Purity Mad Goose also on.

Some photos at my walking blog - http://bit.ly/1PWZDSq
Mappiman - 31 Oct 2015 19:15
Really nice pub, lots of atmosphere. Good beer and food, at reasonable prices. Looks like a pleasant beer garden but not the best weather to sample. Staff both friendly and helpful.
EagleEye - 30 Oct 2013 21:06
The Millwright has now reopened as of Friday 21st Nov under new management. The pub has been thoroughly cleaned from top to bottom and is looking great. Still my favourite pub in Warwick.

Broadside, Spitfire and Blacksheep on tap with IPA and guest ales on the horizon. I can vouch for the quality of the 1st 2.
Layzeedude - 26 Nov 2008 14:13
I made the trip here only to find it closed. On asking around was told the Landlady was not making any money so left! Will check again later.
lotus - 11 Nov 2008 15:49
Attractive pub short walk from Warwick Castle. Cosy interior with several smaller rooms in traditional style with several beers on hand pull and the usual lagers. We had Adnams Broadside and it was in good condition. The food menu was excellent and what we had was good, and reasonable price. Beer was a bit pricey, but not surprising being a "tourist" town. Recommended for those visiting Warwick and needing a pint in pleasant atmosphere and surroundings and wanting something to eat!
FrostyJW - 10 Oct 2008 09:49
Lovely suntrap of a garden. Beer good if a tad pricie.
rogerT2 - 27 Sep 2008 15:17
Spent a lovely Saturday Evening a couple of weekends ago for the Beer Festival. Food was available and along with good weather the place was packet. Beers 10x were Adnams Explorer, Black Sheep Ale, Brysons Hurricane Bitter, Captain Smiths Strong Ale from Titanic, Daleside Blonde, Dr Okell Eastern Spice, Newmans Last Lion of Britain, Wyckwars Long John Silver, Sharps Own and Thwaites Wainwright. All were excellant and the 3 worth special mention are the Brysons, Daleside Blonde and the Sharps Own. A well organised event which is a must for my diary next year.
ticket - 23 Jun 2008 12:56
Had a lovely evening in here. The locals are very friendly. The food was very nice. We didn't wait to long for it. It was fresh and of good portion size. The Deuchers IPA was fantastic, Clear, good head and full of life. A superb place.
tributedrinker - 15 Jun 2008 12:39
Brief visit here before going on to eat at the Thai Elephant. Very friendly pub, with beers kept in top form - I had London Pride. Hope to be able to stop longer on my next visit!
fellwalker - 14 Mar 2008 12:55
Passed this one on the bus on a recent day visit to warwick. Unfortunately didnít get the chance to go in!
looks a nice old thatch building, though. One for another day.

reynard - 14 Aug 2007 13:27
Quite a nice pub really. Big garden, nice beer (Deuchars, Black Sheep, Adnams...), just head straight for the snug, it's much nicer than the main bar.
badgercentral - 7 Jul 2007 22:31
A 16th century coaching inn about 10 mins walk from the centre of Warwick.It has a number of rooms including a dining room. It serves Adnams Broadside, Black Sheep Bitter, Caledonian Deuchars IPA, Green King IPA and guest beers. When I called in no guest on. Only sampled the Deuchars which was very acceptible.
Caraman - 26 Nov 2006 18:27

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