The Bricklayers Arms, Shamley Green - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14678) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night (Once a month on a Sunday), Live music (Once a month), TV
- Pool table, Dartboard, Fruit machines, Quiz machines
- Food served (At present Tuesday -through to Sunday Lunch 12:00-2:30 & 7:00 - 09:30), Sunday roast (Bookings Advisable), Real ale (5 real Ales Available including TEA; Shere Drop; & London Pride)
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Car park, Smoking area, Disabled access, Disabled toilet
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|Good drinkers pub, 4 ales on tap the 2 we had were fine, Exmoor brewery was one the other was Surrey Hills.|
flyingnun - 1 Jul 2013 13:30
|Came here as an alternative to the one up the road. On a visit one notices the reasonable sized car park, then there is the birds in the bird cage. They don't look cared for, and the beer garden does look somewhat run down. Inside the pub is good with decent real ale and some decent events on the board listed. A reasonable menu awaits any diners, and there is a pool table and darts board for those interested. |
EyeOfTheTigerBeer - 1 Nov 2012 20:08
|I well remember Workington Brewery Co. Ltd., who made their Golden Bitter for years before that. I first drank it in the 1950s in Barrow-in-Furness.|
The_Heavy_Fandango - 16 May 2012 12:27
|Don't believe the hype about Exmoor Gold! Four or five brewers had the same idea at roughly the same time in different parts of the country. In Surrey,for instance, Pilgrim brewed their first golden bitter, Crusader in 1985. Good choice of ales nevertheless.|
Insearchofthebestpint - 16 May 2012 09:13
|Indeed, this place did seem very friendly; it appears to be family-run and there was the child around but not (amazingly) intruding on our enjoyment of supping at the bar. Some local and some not, I think up to 5 cask ales are served; the Exmoor Gold - godfather of the 'golden ale' format if you believe the hype - was kept very nicely as was the Fuller's, and reminded me how pleasant it still can be and perhaps a worthy occasional alternative to the current slew of high or super-hopped pale ales. |
Looked very inviting with delightful log fire administering delicious aromas of burning wood - just right for the occasion. Plenty of space as despite the cottagey double-fronted exterior and historical features, the rear has evidently been extended probably to accommodate a burgeoning diner market. I daresay food is worthwhile; menus looked appealing at any rate.
Well worth dropping off at.
TWG - 29 Feb 2012 13:49
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