The Prestoungrange Gothenburg, Prestonpans - pub details
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- Real ale, Brews own beer
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other pubs nearby:
Lady Susan, Inchview (0.0 miles), Railway Tavern, Prestonpans (0.3 miles), Dasher, Prestonpans (0.9 miles), Tower Inn, Tranent (1.5 miles), Mrs Foremans, Musselburgh (1.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Walking the (overated) John Muir Way we passed this intriguing looking pub. Having had a skinful in the City the night before we were slow getting started. As noted in other reviews, they brew their own Porter and had when we visited one other ale on (cannot remember name - but it was red/brown in colour) - both ales were in excellent condition. Food looks good and the place is very well managed with highly unusual/ornate interior - bar is quality.|
kernott1 - 24 Oct 2012 20:53
|CAMRA National Inventory pub now restored to it's Edwardian glory. Check out the beautiful ceiling. The pub has it's own microbrewery, visible from the bar. With this in mind I was slightly disappointed to find only two ales on tap - one of which was Stewarts 80/-. However, the other beer, the pub's own Gothenburg Porter, was good. I also had a 'Gothenburger' which was delicious.|
The pub's booklet claims to 'always have two or three ales' on tap. I asked one of the bar staff about this and she said they were having problems with equipment. I hope this is rectified soon. I liked the pub and would certainly visit again.
holbornboy - 29 Apr 2012 22:13
|Nicely preserved pub on the sea front at Prestonpans, the small Fowlers micro brewery is visible from the bar. Beware only one beer was on, and I get the impression that sometimes none are available. About 15 mins walk from the railway station. Good kebab house closeby too.|
Hodge1 - 23 Mar 2011 17:55
|Bussed out from Edinburgh to try out a pub which I had wanted to visit for some time. A very interesting interior - this is a big place with a number of rooms - and although I did not eat, the food looked good as it passed by. There are some interesting artefacts in connection with the history of Fowler's Brewery and other local matters. The home-brewed beers available were 70/- and Porter which were well-priced (the former only £1.85 a pint) and pleasant, if a little bland. |
Stamfordian - 10 Nov 2010 10:43
|Whilst in Edinburgh in October '08, we went out of our way to visit this pub one lunchtime. No real ale available - though the Stewarts pump clips were still facing the punters. We were offered John Smiths or Lager! We declined and left. One of the "management" heard our conversation with the clueless barmaid and made no attempt to apologise. When CAMRA goes out of its way to publicise pubs like this, why do the pub staff let the whole thing down. Presumably this is already in the 2009 Good Beer Guide.|
JBGatelad - 12 Jan 2009 21:57
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