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Aitchie's Ale House, Aberdeen - pub details

Address: 10, Trinity St, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, AB11 5LY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18432) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Aberdeen (0.1 miles)

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Surprisingly soulless pub close to the station. Warm welcome from barman in apron. The Orkney Dark Island was in cracking form. We tried the stovies - a beef and potato stew. Very good and cheap.
simontheeditor - 29 Aug 2017 10:43
Listed in the beer guide 2013, I sought Aitchies out especially on my way to the station.

After reading the mixed reviews on here I had 1 or 2 reservations but how wrong these reports were.

There were only 2 ales on draught, both Scottish, I had Dark Island from the Orkney Brewery, always a good brew from this outfit and this pint was no different.

Being a Saturday late morning there were just a couple of customers in but they coupled with the bar man / landlord were very welcoming and chatty.

Great range of Whiskey's on the shelves the majority from independent Scottish distillers.

Excellent ale house, stones throw to the station. Worth getting in if you want a warm welcome and a well kept pint.
lezford - 28 Jan 2013 13:14
Looks the part as you enter but sadly lacking in ales and the only one on offer, Orkney Dark Island wasn't particularly well kept. Could be so much better.
Snarling_Mallard - 31 Oct 2012 21:20
OK point taken, you would expect an Ale House to be focussed on cask ale, and when I visited the were only two - Dark Island and Deuchars - prices were at the upper end and the measures at the lower-end. Nevertheless, both ales were excellent and in suberb condition.

The bar staff were immaculately dressed and managed the pub with great style and precision. They made me me feel very welcome and well looked after.

The traditional Scottish food accompaniments were excellent and good value. Stovies and Bridies are a must try for those uninitiated.

In spite of first appearances, this is a real classic and must-visit pub.
Monstermash - 10 Oct 2012 16:41
Had a look in here while waiting for my ferry. Despite a sign outside saying a range of traditional beer was available, there was only lager. Didn't stop.
Jules_B - 15 Aug 2012 20:57

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