Brass Balance, Birkenhead - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13875) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|The staff are rude. The food is terrible and the Carling tastes like dish water. I'd recommend anyone to stay away from this god awful place|
Woza - 28 Jan 2015 01:36
|Improved beer quality in recent times. Had a very nice pint of Peerless "Peninsula IPA" yesterday.|
founddrunkinyourgarden - 11 Sep 2014 14:48
|Staff morale and ale/food quality seem to be on the slide since the arrival of a new manageress from Liverpool. The usual suspects - Greene King IPA and Ruddles seem to be available but other more interesting brews are either "Available Soon" or not worth drinking. Made the mistake of ordering a "Manager's Special" turkey dinner which was neither special and would make me think twice before I offered it to the manager's cat. The John Masefield in nearby New Ferry shines like a beacon of excellence in comparison to this soulless barn.|
founddrunkinyourgarden - 7 Mar 2012 16:47
|Was in here yesterday morning, as we waited for Gallaghers to open. It was my second visit and I can't say it has improved greatly. It's a fairly standard Wetherspoons with a range of mainly Christmas Ales - Batemans Rosey Nosey, Mauldons Bah Humbug, Greene King IPA & Abbot, Phoenix Black Bee, Robinsons Mr Scrooge, Caledonian Santa's Little Helper & Peerless In the Balance. Cider was Westons Old Rosie. However, be careful when ordering Old Rosie as you may well end up with Rosey Nosey which was practically undrinkable. We also had the misfortune to try a breakfast. It's fairly difficult to go wrong with a full English breakfast, but this place certainly managed it!|
blue_scrumpy - 18 Dec 2011 13:41
|Five ales available last night but they were all 'dark' beers, not to my liking.|
Less than half full but a good range of ages drinking and eating. Certainly better than the other Wetherspoons, the John Laird, not far away.
wirraldrinker - 27 Nov 2011 21:02
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