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Brewery Tap, Lymm - pub details

Address: Bridgewater Street, Lymm, Cheshire, WA13 0AB [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Birchwood (3.2 miles), Glazebrook (3.6 miles), Padgate (3.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.7/10 (rated by 3 users)
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Spread Eagle Hotel, Lymm (0.0 miles), Church Green, Lymm (0.3 miles), Crown, Lymm (0.4 miles), Farmers Arms, Lymm (1.1 miles), Railway, Heatley (1.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of Brewery Tap, Lymm

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Traditional exterior belies the modern (ish) interior. It's kind of split in to two halves a front and back but not seriously so. The local Lymm Bitter was a decent session brew. Didn't get round to the other Lymm beers will have to drop by again some time.
Snarling_Mallard - 4 Dec 2019 01:11
Since my first review (27th January) I have been back here twice more, each time with a different set of friends. All were very impressed!
In one group there was someone who is originally from Warrington but now lives in the Republic Of Ireland, he considered it well worth the visit while here for the weekend for the rugby.
The second group was a couple of mates from Wirral, again they considered it to be time well spent in the pursuit of good quality ale.
Next visit already in the diary.
quadrantfour - 3 Apr 2014 20:50
Excellent new addition to Lymm's pub scene. The Bridgewater Blonde is to die for.
Altfish - 2 Feb 2014 16:34
Recent conversion of an old Post Office, tucked away in a side street opposite the Spread Eagle Hotel.
Looks like a small shop from the outside, and the interior is tastefully decorated in a modern style - nothing like a traditional pub, it's more like drinking in your front room, but still cosy and very warm on the day we visited, (Saturday 25th January 2014) thanks to the wood fire stove-heater which was very welcome due to the pouring rain and howling gale outside!
Comfortable seats, very clean, staff and locals friendly. Appears to be dog-friendly and child-friendly. Some background music but not noisy.
Toilets exemplary.
Beers excellent, a selection of Dunham Massey and Lymm Brewery. Dunham Dark (Mild, 3.8%, nice subtle roast flavour) and Dunham Porter (5.2%, full-bodies and warmingroasted cocoa flavour) particularly nice; the Lymm Bitter (3.8%, smooth and amber) and Little Bollington (3.7%, slightly dryer refreshing bitter) were also good. The keywords for me to describe the beers are smooth and flavoursome .
Beer range varies, but all from Dunham / Lymm.
A couple of hours very well spent; as I live in Warrington, only 20-odd mins away by Warrington Corporation No 5 bus, I will definitely be back.

quadrantfour - 27 Jan 2014 17:57

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