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The Two Brewers, Rochester - pub details

Two Brewers
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Address: 113 High Street, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1JS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27597) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rochester (0.3 miles), Strood (0.5 miles), Chatham (0.9 miles)

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Pleasant Shepher Neame tied house. Friendly welcome - I enjoyed a pint of well-kept Master brew. Worth a visit.
wobblybob - 13 Aug 2013 19:55
Mercifully, the "nauseating smell" was not in evidence on my first visit to this pub 2 weekends back. It is hard when visiting Rochester on Sweeps' weekend to judge whether its pubs are always such repositories for live music, jolly banter and good beer during the rest of the year - I can only hope so.
The Two Brewers was visited on spec whilst making my way southwards through the hustle and bustle. A heard what sounded to be a decent enough live band and popped my head round the door - which is almost as far as you could get as the placce was heaving; perhaps the band had their supporters in. It is a small L-shaped bar and I imagine at the best of times things could be tight if too many locals decide to appear on the same evening. At any rate, it was convivial, having drawn a mixed crowd who all seemed to be having a genuinely jolly time. Actually, I suppose for a while I was one of them. I was met with a broad smile by the barmaid who served a decent pint very efficiently despite being very much at the business end of things.

On the matter of ale, a range of 4 from the Sheps' stable were on. Okay not the most unusual or intriguing array, but what I had was well-kept enough - certainly in stark contrast to the last commentators who were perhaps unlucky - or maybe I was the lucky one? In any case with only 1 visit under my belt I can't say whether my experience was representative; all I can say is that I've no primary evidence to say it wasn't.

Seemingly a down-to-earth little local gem. I wouldn't necessarily pass it by if in Rochester again.
TWG - 9 May 2011 17:10
RARELY DO IHAVE ANYTHING NEGATIVE TO SAY ABOUT ANY PUB THAT SELLS REAL ALE ON A REGULAR BASIS , BUT IM AFRAID WITH THIS PUB I HAVE NO CHOICE. THE PUB HAD A REALLY BAD NAUSEATING SMELL WHICH AFTER JUST ONE PINT HAD US HEADING FOR THE DOOR, AND THE CUSTOMERS AND STAFF ADDED NOTHING TO OUR EXPERIENCE! ON A POSITIVE THE BEER WAS FINE.
TWOJACKRUSSELLS - 19 Nov 2010 14:18
One of my favourite pubs, great on a Sunday afternoon always a good band on. Landlady gave my son a pint on the house for his 18th so cant be that bad, worth a visit.
motorwaymick - 27 Jul 2010 19:47
Went there on a Thursday night, and ony two things stop this being a cracking little pub.

Firstly there was a very drunk woman trying to ponce cigarettes and drinks off of me and my colleagues, and the staff didn't seem that bothered about stopping her, even though she'd obviously had one too many.

Secondly...the beer. I'm not a fan of Shepherd Neame, but I think the barrels are delivered here with signs saying "Please serve me badly". Was hideous, so didn't finish it.

Pub itself is stupidly tiny inside which I really liked, and much cleaner and tidier than just about any other pub in the area.
TranmereRaver - 5 Jul 2010 02:06

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