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Corn Stores

Address: Forbury Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 1SB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31290) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Reading (0.1 miles), Reading West (1 mile), Earley (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 23 users)
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Closed again. At least Fullers fans can now go across the road to the Three Guineas, but it would be good to see someone manage to make a go of the Corn Stores. Been underperforming for years now.
Beermole - 27 Apr 2015 13:53
Despite the buildings around it being knocked down, The Corn Stores is still there! Very handy for the station (like, directly opposite). Good range of ales. And extremely friendly, conversational, welcoming staff.
Trev - 6 Feb 2015 20:19
After a series of temporary managers The Corn Stores is back! The staff are friendly, welcoming and attentive. The London Pride is as good as ever and is supported by ESB and Seafarers.
Snack type food is available, have a stockyard special if you get the chance, and is good value. I understand that a more extensive menu will be available in July.
Warden - 20 Jun 2013 21:57
I don't know how this place has such a high rating.

For - great location, lovely building, nice to look at from the outside.

Against - absolutely no atmosphere, the only other people in there when I was there (a Friday evening) were a couple who were crying in each others' arms. The TV showing some god awful "modern pop" musak channel was blarring out. The barman served a really terrible, expensive pint of ESB and then disappeared out the back not to be seen again. To be fair, I think it was the bottom of the barrel (I'm referring to the pint) and modern day prices.

This could be an excellent place, and I love Fullers ales. But at the moment it's somewhat lacking.


casemore - 3 Apr 2013 16:15
They are obviously having problems here as the bar appears to be shut on a more regular basis now (it had been open now and again but there was never anyone in - not suprising really if punters don't know when it will actually be open!!) Hopefully Fuller's Brewrey are seeking a new and permanent licensee and the pub and upstairs bar can be re-opened - when it was first converted to a bar it was great with two bars; Fuller's beers and a very interesting interior with old corn-grinding machinery etc.
mcroyal - 27 Feb 2013 12:25

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