The Coopers Tavern, Burton-Upon-Trent - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14834) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night
- Food served
other pubs nearby:
Devonshire Arms, Burton-Upon-Trent (0.1 miles), Roebuck Inn, Burton-Upon-Trent (0.1 miles), Last Heretic, Burton on Trent (0.1 miles), Billy's, Burton upon Trent (0.2 miles), Edwards, Burton-Upon-Trent (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Superb, characterful, multi-roomed pub. Friendly welcome and a superb pint of Draught Bass served by gravity. A 'must visit' when in Burton. 10/10.|
wobblybob - 1 Nov 2016 19:50
|Lovely place with bags of character and an excellent choice of beers and ciders. I had the Oakham Bishop's Farewell which was in excellent condition. There was also an array of bottle-beers available from the "bar" which is tucked in a corner at the back and reminded me of a tuck shop.|
There are three rooms at the Coopers, a snug to your right as you walk in - a nice little room with a fire. There's the room you walk through to get to the bar and then the room where the bar is. This final room is my favourite - especially the raised seating at the back. There's not a lot of space so it must get pretty cosy when it's busy. Interesting paraphernalia abounds and the staff were very friendly. Looking forward to visiting again.
dyyony - 24 Mar 2016 10:04
|Our first return visit for 25 years when it did just Bass. It's a gem and now serves a variety of beers and styles. |
Steamer1 - 8 Oct 2015 18:33
|As previous viewers have noted, this pub is very special indeed. There are three rooms - you will be in the first of these when you enter the pub, a second room with a fireplace leads off to the left, continue to the back of the first room, cross a corridor and you will find yourself in the bar area. There is no bar as such, just a tiny counter on the corner of the L-shaped space. There is fixed seating here and a curious raised area to the right of the bar. The room is lit by a skylight during the day and was incredibly atmospheric. |
Beers are available on cask and keg, many of the cask on stillage. On our visit there were several beers from the Joules brewery. I had one of the draft beers which unfortunately had diacetyl but the American IPA on keg was good. We also enjoyed several pints of Jaipur on cask.
My companion and I both agreed that the pub had gone straight into our Top Ten, I would possibly put it even higher. If you are in Burton on Trent, you cannot miss a visit to this wonderful pub
holbornboy - 16 Jun 2015 22:35
|decent pint of Joules pale ale in a traditional pub, nice little sun trap in the outside smoking area.|
soco1982 - 28 Apr 2014 10:33
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