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The Clarence, New Brighton - pub details

Clarence

Address: 89 Albion Street, New Brighton, Wallasey, Merseyside, CH45 9JQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11340) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations New Brighton (0.3 miles), Wallasey Grove Road (0.9 miles), Wallasey Village (1.2 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 7.9/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Sandridge, Wallasey (0.4 miles), Telegraph Inn, Wallasey (0.4 miles), Queens Royal, New Brighton (0.5 miles), Travellers Rest, New Brighton (0.5 miles), Master Mariner, Wirral (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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We recently visited The Clarence for the second time, this time with a friend who is somewhat of a regular and in the habit of chatting up the very pretty barmaid, so a lot of good humoured banter arose. The Otter Ale was good enough to persuade us to refill our glasses several times. We got into conversation with two other gentlemen about professional diving opportunities in the South China Sea, so don't let people tell you that the locals only talk about football.
shouldersarms - 10 Jan 2012 09:13
Bar to one side and a lounge the other that kind of telescopes out in to a bigger room and then an even bigger one behind it. A mix of clinetelle including a few old folk, some goths and the odd mid range person that frequents the 'Marley's' chain of stores (they have a few branhces on the Wirral). Three ales on, of which I had a pleasant enough pint of Copper Dragon.
Snarling_Mallard - 8 Oct 2011 10:52
This pub is a little larger than it looks from the outside. There is a small bar to the right as you enter and another similar sized section to the left opens up to another couple of sections down a couple of steps. Two different TVs offered different sporting options (rugby & football). 3 real ales were available - Sharps Doom Bar, Deuchars IPA & Mayfields Spring Target. A fourth handpull was not being used.
blue_scrumpy - 20 Mar 2011 12:27
Large suburban boozer with a rustic feel about it. Two rooms, a large lounge on spit levels and a vault/games room served by an island bar. The games room had handsome wood panelling around the pool table and is the more characterful of the rooms as the lounge is a bit barn-like. Youngs bitter, Peerless triple blonde and Weetwood Eastgate Ale made up the selection on my visit, a couple more pumps were turned round- a modest selection, but locally sourced.
Local crowd like most pubs in the area.
Close to New Brighton railway station so easy to reach and a good starting point for a real ale crawl.
Carlurmston - 22 Feb 2010 17:43
A wood panelled tardis! A deceptively comfortable and welcoming real ale pub, but what is obviously a community boozer as well. The home made food (including their chips!) was very reasonably priced, as was the ale - daily changing, completely independent guests at 2.45. A very impressive array of continental bottled lagers was on offer, including Erdinger, Pauliner, Leffe, Warsteiner etc. This is an Enterprise pub doing its damnest from what I can see to retain its own character. Not known to many, this pub also boasts an attractive beer garden, which is far more than just a smoking den.
Closest pub to New Brighton Railway station makes it the obvious starting point for any local pub crawls - real ale based or not.
sveltey - 22 Jul 2009 14:54

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