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The Macc, Macclesfield - pub details

Address: 1 Mill Green, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 7PE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18002) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Macclesfield (0.5 miles), Prestbury (3.3 miles), Adlington - Cheshire (5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 11 users)
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I was impressed by the Macc. It was quiet on my Saturday evening visit. But the range of ales and ciders was good. I'm surprised it hasn't been in the Good Beer Guide since 2015. Ales were mostly from Wander Beyond. The owner apparently also runs the brewery. There was Peak Pale Ale, Great Rift Milk Stout, Twin Peaks & Daze, alongside Alchemist Ale from Pictish. Ciders were Happy Daze & Black Dragon from Gwynt y Ddraig. They also have a number of craft beers from Wander Beyond, Fell Brewery & RedWillow. There are a couple of large rooms. One has sofas and books. It makes for a comfortable visit. The Milk Stout was very nice indeed. Not sure how we missed this place when we last visited Macclesfield in 2009.
blue_scrumpy - 19 Aug 2018 13:37
This review is from my visit to the Macc and other pubs in the area on Saturday 6th August.

After a couple of beers around the station area we headed towards the football ground and stopped here for 2 pints.

A large open plan pub that seems to have been stripped out and refurbished in recent years. The L shaped bar had 5 cask ales on from a variety of breweries, the pints of Ossett Pale Gold @ 3.8% & Picctish Brewing Companies Alchemist @ 4.3% were well kept.

With the weather being good we took our drinks and plotted up on the green in front of the pub and right on the main road.

Stripped wooden flooring and a plastic covered lean to for smokers to the left of the front door. Football on the tv screens and mixed aged clientele.

Decent pub on the way to and from the football ground with a nice range of ales.
lezford - 21 Sep 2016 13:03
Not a bad boozer at all. Landlord and landlady are sound. Beer well kept, and food currently is spot-on. Good for early doors, and a few nice sofas for drawn-out evenings.
whothefox - 18 May 2014 14:31
Pleasant knowledgeable staff, excellent wide range of beers, a bit more pricey but keeps out the idiotic drunken riff raff which is fine with me. A must for any real ale lover.

tilly69 - 8 Apr 2012 17:39
A good pub to find many ales foreign beers on and an 8%stout on .good attentive bar staff happy to engage in banter,barman even offered us a taster of macc ale as we left as it wasnt on when we orderded a credit to your trade sir
lowerbourneshot - 19 Feb 2012 17:10

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