The Rising Sun, High Wych - pub details
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|Friendly and busy (on a Bank Holiday Sunday) free house which has been refurbished in recent years with four beers dispensed from the barrel. These included Oakham, Courage Directors and Woodforde Wherry.|
Competitively priced. Recommended.
Number11 - 1 May 2016 23:59
|Small roadside pub that looked closed when we initially approached. But there were a handful of customers inside. There is a small patio at the front, with 3 or 4 tables used by smokers. Ales are dispensed by gravity - Oakham JHB, Courage Best, Woodfordes Wherry, Maldon Hydrogen & Tring Side Pocket For A Toad. Parking is opposite. We missed that too originally.|
blue_scrumpy - 6 Sep 2015 10:25
|great little pub - excellent beers right from the barrel. Not too badly priced either. even the Courage Best was good, though it's improved at my local as well so it's probably Wells' investment paying off into something drinkable. A proper drinkers pub.|
mally_drinker - 29 Mar 2011 12:23
|Went in here for the first time in years, and other than a tasteful refurb, the pub is still as I remember- i.e. excellent. A good choice of beers straight from the barrel, and if you what you want from a pub is good beer in good surroundings with a good atmosphere then this is one for you|
BrucetheMoose - 3 May 2010 17:34
|About time for a new posting! Still excellent, Gary still passionate.. there are usually four or five beers on offer, still on gravity. Dark Star Hophead and Courage Bitter are more or less permanently featured; Mighty Oak beers are frequently on, particularly Oscar Wilde and Mauldon Gold.|
stortforder - 9 Feb 2010 16:24
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