The Albion Vaults, Shrewsbury - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20347) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Shrewsbury (0 miles)
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|A 'rough and ready' type place. A bit strange because when i came in at 9 on a Saturday night they had one part of the pub in the dark with the speaker playing music and a strobe light and the other part of the pub was lit up with people chatting to each other. One ale was on- Banks's Bitter but i went for the Marston's Smooth as I had never seen it before, a decent enough drink and 2.50 so well priced. Barmaid seemed friendly enough, the bouncer outside was friendly and the locals seemed okay, not intimidating or anything.|
Wezzielad - 8 Jan 2017 22:38
|i recently visited this pub briefly as i was catching a connecting train and i was pleasantly surprised with the choice of beers and REAL ALES.the atmosphere was pleasant and i must say i was made to feel comfortable by the other people at the bar.the pub itself was clean and had nice features such as the brass hand pumps serving the cask ales ------they shone.i nearly missed my connection as i was feeling quite at home here but sadly ended the visit and my pint of buzz , i would certainly call here again ,hopefully for longer.|
andyndaz - 7 Jul 2011 07:33
|Great traditional pub, recently taken over by new management, so it's now nice and clean, also they have installed traditional beers and have 2 guest ales every month.|
Annie and Dee are very welcoming, and have entertainment on every week-end, also, they have rooms to rent upstairs which is very conveniant when you've had a few too many!!
dirrie29 - 15 Jun 2011 16:22
|A nice traditional pub handy for the station, but the lack of any real ale is regrettable.|
Heatonian - 2 Aug 2009 16:32
|Has an interesting colour sheme - green and yellow. Never liked that blend of colours, reminds me of my old junior school, Bromford, who used the same on their tie.|
The inside seemed clean enough to me, with mock tudor style beams and leather 'chesterfield' styled seating.
No real ale, but we knew that they had a MILD from previous experience. The Burton Bridge MILD had been replaced by a Banks's Dark MILD tap - one of my favourites, however, when the landlady poured the beer, she bizarrely put a little Guiness in each one first and although ok, it didnt taste like Banks's Dark to me - but then with a bit of tar in it, why should it?
Always visit though, and any answers to the above, please drop me an email
Archivist - 24 May 2009 11:22
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