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Elihu Yale, Wrexham

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After finishing our Chester crawl in a modern looking bar called Kash near the station (not listed on here), I made one last stop at the Elihu Yale in Wrexham on my train journey home. It's a Wetherspoons with a good beer range and like most 'spoons it is large with plenty of seating. It was also very busy on my Saturday evening visit. Beers on were Hook Norton Old Hooky, Batemans XXXB, Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best, Peerless Red, Warwickshire Churchyard Bob, Weetwood Ambush & Caledonian Deuchars IPA. Westons ciders were Wyld Wood & Old Rosie. A better than average Wetherspoons that must be so good that it merits two listings on this site!
blue_scrumpy - 14 Jul 2013 21:46
Typical smaller pleasant Spoons - had decent beer range including local Plassey.
mtaylor40 - 15 Jan 2012 13:18
Why Gladius? Visited on a Wednesday afternoon (7 Oct). Yes, there were some people who had probably spent a bit too long in there and were getting loud . The bar staff were very efficient and the food quickly served & enjoyed.Choice of ales available. I suspect there are many pubs that would love to be that busy during the day. Easily reached from both stations.
Leicesterbeer - 9 Oct 2009 17:02
This place is best avoided.
Gladius - 24 Aug 2009 14:32
oh dear what has happened to this place? Used to be a thriving boozer with a good selection of real ale and very helpful staff.

Everyone is now miserable with only Pedigree ever available, its often cluttered with dirty plates and glasses and the bar top is swimming in spills! Customer standards have dropped too, just a den of scum and scoundrels!

Hard to believe this was pub of the year a few years back, sort it out Tim!
realale1978 - 29 Oct 2008 17:38
Visited recently.
There are twelve pumps serving beer (real ale). Only one was in operation. Pedigree.
Do not go in this pub if you like beer as opposed to fizzy Transylvanian lager.
alanwrigg - 5 Apr 2007 22:18

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