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Swan Inn, Moreton in Marsh

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In here just after 1.00pm last Saturday and a bit quiet.
A number of screens were showing the Rangers v Celtic game.
3 hand pulls for Young's Bitter, Wells Bombardier and Old Hooky.
Had a little chuckle as the Bombardier was on the Doom Bore Pump..
I had a very nicely kept pint of the Old Hooky which cost £3.95.
bjbrummiejohn - 3 May 2017 08:15
Dropped in during my latest visit to Moreton. The beer range had improved with 2 local beers on tap (from North Cotswold and Goffs) plus the ubiquitous Doom Bar and the quality was OK. The bar is still a kind of public/games bar with a few younger locals playing pool. No hassle but as I've said before - I probably would skip this one at the weekend.
mcroyal - 24 Sep 2013 13:50
Went in on a Sunday afternoon, seemed to be the meeting place for the village youngsters and a few of the local "characters"... a lot of beer"zombies" in who were obviously at the end of a long weekend!

Nothing too bad the ale was reasonable but with a lot better places a short walk away I would not bother with this pub unless you are on a mission to do all the pubs in the village.
beershot - 10 Apr 2012 15:37
Popped in for a pint but beer was pretty average and I really don't want Cornish or Suffolk beer in Gloucestershire when there are so many local brews available. A few younger locals in and I would agree with the comment that this might not be the place to be on a weekend evening.
mcroyal - 27 Jul 2011 10:02
Had been looking for ages to find a pub serving food after 2pm mid-week. This one was - so in we came.
We only had sandwiches and a steak baguette. Both ok. My pint of Wychert from Vale brewery went down well.
It was quiet but I get the feeling from previous reviews that I would not want to visit in the evening.
fugglehops - 3 Oct 2010 18:00
Didn't go in as it was chock full of noisy music & teenagers on a Friday night - nothing wrong with that if it is your kind of thing of course but i'm a bit too old for it! Could see through the window that they had Tribute & Doom bar, so maybe worth a try during the day.
reynedd - 17 Aug 2009 23:48
Best point about this pub is the county standard pool table, very impressive. Beer is good (Doombar & Tribute) and the jukebox was pretty good especially as the landlady had no problem cranking it up to high volume.

Pub lacks character or atmosphere really but it is open late and is fine for a drunk pool/music session.
Dylarolla - 17 Aug 2009 12:52
Very funny pub....go here for the craic only !!!
tortoise68 - 20 Apr 2009 13:33
I visited this pub in December 07 and it served Wadworth and Sharps beers, but they were not to a very good standard. Popular with young locals and was a bit noisy. There was a dining area where it was quiet though.
gillhalfpint - 6 Mar 2008 10:18

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