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Wetherspoons, Milton Keynes - pub details

Wetherspoons

Address: 201 Midsummer Boulevard, Bouverie Square, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK9 1EA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8793) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Milton Keynes Central (0.4 miles), Wolverton (2.7 miles), Bletchley (3.5 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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A pint of Citra from Oakham Ales was simply perfect but a Wetherspoon's is a Wetherspoon's and it's the usual aircraft hangar of a place no atmosphere thanks to the no music policy. The chain is CAMRA's Achilles heel with the organisation hoodwinked into cahoots with the group as pubs merrily shut down up and down our high streets - just as small shops find it impossible to compete with Tesco's. All that said, probably a better place to drink in central MK than any other.
BoehmBawerk - 15 Nov 2013 18:36
Excellent selection of ales with Summerskills bitter, Exmoor Beast, Pale Rider, one from the Concrete Cow brewery and one from Tring among the 12 available. All the ones I tried were in decent nick and the guy serving knew his ales and was happy to offer tasters.
Pretty busy and quite loud, but saying that we did visit on a Saturday night.
Certainly a lot better than the other 'spoons in the theatre district.
duchyjim - 3 Feb 2013 20:55
Fantastic selection and quality of ales..... Oakham, Concrete Cow, Vale and Tring to name but a few!!!
Jamesboon1771 - 17 Oct 2012 17:25
A modern, purpose built Wetherspoon’s in the centre of Milton Keynes. It’s got a contemporary appearance with floor to ceiling windows on three sides offering a fantastic 270° panoramic view of the surrounding office blocks, and one wall even had a small counter running along it so you could sit and admire the outlook . The curved ceiling appears to be some type of painted steelwork with black iron girders, and in rather start contrast to this is some full height wood panelling on the walls that aren’t glass which almost lends a hotel drawing room feel to the place.

Flooring is a mixture of wood and red patterned carpet, and as usual in a JDW there are plenty of tables and chairs as well as a few circular pods with leather bench seating. A couple of plasmas were dotted around, but these were unobtrusive with no sound and there were a few quiz machines and a quiz machine opposite the bar. Service at the bar was prompt, as was the food service – in fact the waiter must have left the kitchen around the same time that I left the bar.

Besides the usual offerings of Abbott Ale and Ruddles, beers on tap were Oakham JHB, Hoggley’s Pump Fiction, Hopping Mad Amazing Grace, Hook Norton Double Stout and Tring’s Mansion Mild. The “exclusive to Wetherspoons” Veto Ale is apparently coming soon. Ciders were Weston’s Much Marcle, Strongbow and Thatcher’s Gold. Say what you like about Wetherspoon’s, but any pub that does Thatcher’s Gold when the rest of Milton Keynes is drowning in a sea of Strongbow is all right in my book.
Blackthorn - 26 Jan 2012 19:57
unimpressed, pint was awful, a good selection of local beers tho. moon under water is better of the 2 w'spoons.
tc_imbiber - 12 Nov 2011 06:37

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