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London Road Ale House, Stoke on Trent - pub details

Address: 241 London Road, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST4 5AA [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Stoke-on-trent (0.8 miles), Etruria (1.7 miles), Longton (2.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 2 users)
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O'Leary's, Stoke on Trent (0.1 miles), Sutherland Arms, Stoke on Trent (0.1 miles), Stoke Inn, Stoke on Trent (0.1 miles), Commercial Inn, Stoke on Trent (0.1 miles), Victoria Hotel, Stoke on Trent (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of London Road Ale House, Stoke on Trent

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Yesterday was our third visit to the London Road Ale House. It's a great place to visit after watching a game at the Britannia Stadium. Ales on yesterday were Ossett Treacle Stout, Purple Moose Elderflower, Snake Eyes Hoppy Pale & Wincle Imperial Stout & Sir Phillip. Ciders were Broadoak Crimson King & Strawberry Cider, Lilley's Gladiator & Snail's Bank Elderflower Gin & Tonic. All of the drinks options are displayed on a large board on the side wall, including forthcoming beers. One of the barmen took to the piano shortly after we arrived to play "Delilah"! A very decent place to know about.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Mar 2018 12:45
We'd heard about this new pub in Stoke after drinking at its sister pub, the Bridge Street Ale House in Newcastle-under-Lyme. If anything the staff in this place were even more friendly and the drinks range was better still. Ales were Weal Noir, Black Hole Cyborg, Stewart Edinburgh No. 3, Ramsgate Gadds No. 5 & Mobberley Road Runner. Ciders were Tumbledown Medium, Cornish Orchards Blush, Applejack Kingston Black, Cracklin Rosie Perry & Lilleys Lemon & Lime. The helpful guy in charge suggested a Caribbean take away just down the road and gave us their takeaway menu to allow us to order and have one more for the road. In fact, we took a 6 pint take out too! This place only opened in December (2015). So word has clearly not got round about its existence yet. Hopefully the people of Stoke will support this, as it's a really good addition to the town's pub scene.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Feb 2016 21:41

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