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The Milestone, Rochford - pub details


Address: Union Lane, Rochford, Essex, SS4 1AP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19388) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rochford (0.1 miles), Prittlewell (2.5 miles), Hockley (2.6 miles)

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The Miley seemed a strange little pub, tucked away behind some houses next to a hospital. The ale range was ok - Hopback World Hop Medley, Pitfields Red Ale, Morland Old Speckled Hen & Belhaven Golden Bay. Sadly I didn't notice the cider range until after I'd ordered. They had Double Vision, Millwhites Rioja Cask & Hedgelayer. A pub quiz was about to start. But I wasn't invited to join - just as well really as I had 5 more pubs to visit. There is a large outdoor area that you have to walk through to get to the entrance. Most of this is covered. So I guess it's used by smokers. I'm surprised this pub hasn't been in the Good Beer Guide since 2005. It was the second best pub I found in Rochford.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Jul 2015 13:45
The picture certainly does not do the pub any favours at all,its quite neat and tidy and very, very handy and up there alongside the best other pubs in the town. This pub has improved over the last few years - the younger part of the family have taken a grip of things and transformed into a pleasant boozer from an old type place which was in need of an update. It's got it and it works. The staff are friendly and well presented and attentive to detail and the ales are very good. The upstairs restaurant flourished but is no more - moved elsewhere. Normally there are up to four ales available and good price value across the competitors. Live music is popular at weekends, sport and dats during the week along with Thursday nights open mike night. Well worth a visit.
Mcloj - 17 Oct 2012 11:39
Picture doesnt do the pub any favours at all,its quite neat and tidy.
This pub has improved over the last year or so,and so has the beer quality,Bass now seems to be the most popular ale there.
Normally there are up to four ales available,and good value.
Live music is popular at weekends.
Worth a visit.
aquickpint - 28 Jun 2012 15:27
I've been here about 4 times despite drinking in Rochford for 30 years. As previously said, there's a very small bar - a bit too small considering bands play here. Friendly staff - but the beer leaves a lot to be desired. On my last visit I had a pint of Bass and it tasted quite lifeless - little body to it and difficult to finish. I've tried other beers here and they've been better but my point is a lack of consistency.
For that reason, I'll reserve my judgement until I've had a couple more visits.
ButchEgg - 31 Jul 2011 12:56
Didn't know this pub existed until I saw it on here, but have to say I wish I hadn't have seen it. A poor pint of Adnams in mediocre surrroundings. Only saving graced is that there were some good looking women in there!
badhabits - 23 Jan 2010 22:15

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