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Brocket Arms, Wigan - pub details

Brocket Arms

Address: Mesnes Road, Wigan, Lancashire, WN1 2DD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11039) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wigan Wallgate (0.9 miles), Wigan North Western (1 mile), Ince (1.7 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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Good selection of ales on during our visit prior to the ale festival, I had Grafton 'Caramel Stout' [smooth & tasty], Branscombe Brewery 'Summa That' [a decent ale] & Nethergate 'Old Growler' [a tasty porter].
alehippy - 15 Oct 2019 18:18
Same as on previous visits, good staff, well kept ales; I had Saltaire 'Mosaic' [sharp, hoppy, tasty pint], Wolf Brewery 'Sirius Dog Star' [nice dark smooth tasty ale], Moorhouses 'Broomstick Bitter' [Pleasant ale], Brentwood 'Hope & Glory' [good ale] & Castle Rock 'Wheel of Fortune' [also a good ale].
alehippy - 14 Nov 2018 18:44
Same as last year, still well kept ales & efficient staff.
alehippy - 31 Oct 2016 20:23
Large Wetherpoons hotel, good range of ales, efficient staff, smoking terrace at the front.
alehippy - 4 Nov 2015 20:13

A Saturday in Wigan for football and I have 5 pubs on my list to visit which all appear in the 2015 GBG.

Off the train from London at 10.30am and I head straight for this large Wetherspoons pub and lodge on the outskirts of town.

A brisk walk and I'm in and sat down with a pint before 11am. A fair few people in with the majority tucking into breakfasts'.

Quick service from the chatty barmaid as she pours me a pint of Acorn Brewery Drop Kick @ 4.0% from the 2 banks of 5 hand pumps across the bars.

With a proposed National Front march in town the other 'spoons is closed until later so it appears more people are arriving here for their food and drink.

A very modern looking interior with lots of light wooden panelling and light coloured carpet.

I stay for an hour and as the pub fills up it takes on a nice atmosphere.

The Brocket is one of the nicer 'spoons I've been in recently.

lezford - 11 Oct 2015 14:54

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