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The Old Hall, Sandbach - pub details

Old Hall

Address: High Street, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 1AL [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Sandbach (1.4 miles), Holmes Chapel (4.2 miles), Alsager (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 3 users)
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To expand a bit on my previous report, I went back here yesterday as CAMRA seem to rate this place, and I must say I revised my opinion upwards. They had 5 real ales on tap, including their own Brunning & Price house beer. U went for the beer which had travelled the least distance (from Crewe) Offbeat Antipodean Pale. Not the sort of beer I would normally choose, but it was very nice indeed. I didn’t venture much beyond the bar, but I could see other rooms with bare beams and old wooden furniture, and I suspect there were other nooks and crannies to explore.

It is mainly geared towards food, but the casual drunker is catered for too. In fact they have their own menu ! Behind the bar was a board saying “bar bites menu”. I’m not sure of the prices for the main menu (I wasn’t planning to eat there), but the bar bites one seemed very reasonable, though I can’t vouch for the portion sizes.

However, there are two drawbacks
1) Beer prices are NOT cheap – I was charged £3.80 for my pint (4.8%)
2) The place is frequented by the types of people who like to congregate in front of the bar supping their hin & tonics, and preventing anyone else getting there ! Having said I was served pretty promptly.

6/10 – may grow on me

Martinsh - 21 Feb 2016 23:25
Been a while since I was in here. Previous reviewer pretty much describes it, but neglects to mention that there is a range of 5 of 6 unusual real ales available.
Martinsh - 26 Oct 2014 01:30
An old black and white timbered buidling resembling an old hall with set gardens to the front. Quite a large establishmnet with dining areas and a bar at the front. Ale was okay - just a little on the posh side.
Snarling_Mallard - 12 Aug 2014 17:58

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