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Brewers Inn
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Address: 147 East Hill, Wandsworth, London, SW18 2QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 765) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wandsworth Town (0.3 miles), Earlsfield (1 mile), Clapham Junction (1.1 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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I live just around the corner from the Brewers Inn, and feel compelled to add some of my own comments, following a string of very disappointing experiences. New management took over a few months ago, and I have to say they have made things worse if anything. The quality of the food has gone downhill but the prices have gone up, and they don't offer any lunchtime specials anymore - in fact there are no specials on offer ever. The last time I went there were more staff than customers, yet despite this it took them ages to get the food out (they served staff before us - yes, exactly) and they couldn't even get that right. Despite smiling and being really friendly about trying to get the issues resolved the staff were unfriendly and suggested we 'complain to the manager', which we duly did. She promised a reply yet over a month later I am still waiting. Based on several visits I have found the food overpriced, the staff not particularly friendly, and the attitude of the management slightly arrogant - I am just guessing but perhaps they make so much money from wedding functions from Wandsworth Town Hall they don't see the need to treat their regulars very well. There is no atmosphere either. Go elsewhere would be my recommendation - it's a real, real shame as the pub has SO much potential, but they need to buck their ideas up, offer a few lunchtime specials and hire some lively and friendly staff.
racinglemur - 14 Jun 2012 22:26
Called in here on a Tuesday lunchtime and found quite a busy establishment with a good selection of Youngs beers on. The staff were welcoming and pleasant.
Professor_Peach - 2 Aug 2010 20:29
Situated in Wandsworth, a short walk away from the site of the old Ram Brewery, this smartened-up Youngs Pub caught my attention straight away because it was so clean - I mean spotless, like I was afraid to put my pint down on the bar top just in case it left a ring.

Youngs Ordinary & Special were on draught alongside Tribute with more of the Youngs range in bottles behind the bar. Special was in good nick and at £3.15 about average given the area. Moving through the bar area you end up in the lounge, which with its abundance of leather armchairs and Chesterfields is quite opulent; Its like drinking in a National Trust property. There is also a dining area and judging by the menu this is the sort of place that takes the food very seriously. The piped r&b music seemd a little superfluous but I don't want to mark it down for that. I liked this place quite a lot and would definitely return.
ChrisP87 - 10 Nov 2009 22:27
Had a meal at this pub (not really a pub anymore) and must just say that the meal was great value for money. Well above the average pub meal you would expect. Although it wasn't very busy the service was the best I've had for a long time. Pint of Youngs went down very well indeed.

Back soon!
falldown - 4 Mar 2009 19:31
This isnít a bad pub although during the day it lacks any atmosphere due to its size and furnishings. The entrance takes you into a big room with large wooden tables and a bar at the back of the pub. There is another large area with sofas and a plasma screen further into the pub that leads to a nice large function room.

The staff were pleasant enough and Youngs Special and Ordinary were available alongside Tribute and various lagers etc. The Bombardier was off, but the Tribute was very good. Unfortunately I thought that the food was a bit of a rip off on the portion sizes, but then this is a gastro type place.

There was a band advertised for the evening so maybe the pub livens up when the sun goes down. Iíd maybe go back here with the misses for a nice relaxed drink, but itís not the place you meet up with all the boys for a large one.
Strongers - 10 Feb 2009 07:40

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