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Bath Brew House, Bath

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Has some reasonable ales but with raucous gangs inside and bouncers on the door starting late afternoon, this is more a circuit pub than somewhere to drop in for a pint.
anonymous - 25 Oct 2015 12:32
Now reopened as a BREWPUB called The Bath Brew House. Sells three of four of their own beers (James Street Brewery) and a similar amount from other breweries. Excellent range and quality. Highly recommended.
Steamer1 - 11 Dec 2013 18:50
Bertgoffey - 23 Jun 2013 10:21
This hostelry was not on the set route of a pub crawl of Bath on Friday 03 Dec 2010 but became an inbetweener, what a mistake! The landlady was nothing short of a complete c#nt and not only tried to ruin a good day out at her premises (OK I can take it on the chin and be nice - December - heard of heating??????????) but seemed on a mission to call ever public house in Bath.
Luckily, other landlords formed their own opinion but if you don't want the agrivation fotget the Midland the landlady really is a complete c#nt!
Samsc0 - 4 Dec 2010 00:32
Poor beer selection. Not much ambiance. There is some seating in the car park. And a big screen to watch the footy. All in all there are much better pubs in Bath.
MrBlue - 29 Jun 2010 13:58
Best pub in the south west for atmosphere. Staff and regulars are friendly.
I would agree that the Midland was a better name though. Also I would reccomend an open mind and at least 6 pints BEFORE entering.
wilts99 - 25 Oct 2008 22:18
Oh yes, forgot to mention, they have a karaoke night, even when a big footy game is on TV. They turn the TV volume down and you are forced to watch it while listening to drunk locals from Rosewell Court across the road singing awful renditions of Tina Turner and Michael Bolton!
mattbeer - 20 Oct 2008 17:32
They used to sell Marstons Pedigree but don't anymore. In fact they have no bitters or ales apart from disgusting John Smiths. Gets busy when football is on Sky and attracts lots of students. Large beer garden/car park.
mattbeer - 10 Aug 2008 18:51
Recently called the metroplitan but it retains the soul of the midland my advice is to call a priest and do the Bell, Book and Candle routine.

HaggisBasher - 25 Apr 2007 08:11
Just OK. Layout has changed for the better with the removal of the pool table from front room since its conversion to Metropolitan. Dont like the new signs though, as per all Eldridge pope pubs. Why change the name from something significant (old Green Park Station, with trains to the midlands is just over the road) to something meaningless? So you can make a cheap and tacky joke with the sign?!?
lg06111985 - 3 Aug 2006 22:15
now renamed The Metropolitan.
apa - 27 Apr 2006 13:38
Quite a local pub, and quite an experience on a Friday night, hence would approach with caution.
The GP - 11 Aug 2004 15:47

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