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The Cock, Broom - pub details

Address: 23 High Street, Broom, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, SG18 9NA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7428) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Biggleswade (1.6 miles), Sandy (3.8 miles), Arlesey (3.8 miles)

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White Horse, Broom (0.2 miles), Plough at Langford, Langford (1.3 miles), Whistle and Flute, Biggleswade (1.3 miles), Brown Bear, Biggleswade (1.3 miles), Pembroke Arms, Biggleswade (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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WHBROOM - 26 Feb 2017 10:08
This was my favourite pub of the day in Bedfordshire. There were only a couple of customers in when I arrived. But there were many more by the time I left. It's a fairly unusual place in that it doesn't actually have a bar. Beers are dispensed from casks from a separate room, whilst ciders are fetched from the cellar outside. The pub has several different rooms with lots of character. There were no TVs that I could see. But there was still Christmas music being played. Ales were Sharps Doom Bar, Adnams Ghost Ship, Woodfordes Wherry, Greene King Abbot & Brains Bread of Heaven. The two ciders were both from Franklins - Dunton & Gasper. A third cider was off. Locals and staff congregate near the entrance to the room with the casks. They are certainly friendly. But it's difficult to know who is a customer and who might be serving with no bar! Nevertheless, this is a classic English village pub that is not to be missed.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Dec 2016 18:21
What a gem and to think this survivor from an earlier age was nearly lost,
Had a marvellous day out on a recent Saturday visiting first Jordans watermill then the Cock.

A couple of pints of Woodforde's Wherry hit the spot with a substantial portion of cottage pie.Busy pub and nice to see the youngsters playing on the hood skittles table.

The other pub in the village tied to Greedy King is shut .
oldandmild - 1 Jul 2016 06:55
As other posters have said, a really interesting country pub with the beer drawn straight from the barrel.

Five ales on when I visited although not the most inspiring selection. I went for a pint of Ridgeway bitter (Tring) which was £3.50.

Especially with the nearby White Horse looking shut up, I imagine this place does good business.

And you can’t knock anywhere which still runs a Sunday meat raffle (pork scratchings as a consolation prize!)

duchyjim - 21 Apr 2016 13:58
Lovely country pub, really pleasant garden and courtyard, but the biggest surprise is when you walk into the pub and the barrels are still located in the cellar. 4 lovely ales on with Woodfords Wherry and Caledonian Light on the day we visited. Really well kept ales, good pub food, not posh but very good VFM. Recommended if you are in the area. Lovely.
ThePrincess - 14 Mar 2015 17:08

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