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Lime Kiln

Address: Fleet Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4NR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10204) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liverpool Central (0.1 miles), Lime Street Liverpool (0.4 miles), James Street (0.5 miles)

Chain: Lloyds

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First stop on a Thursday morning/lunchtime visit to Liverpool pubs was the Lime Kiln. It wasn't as busy as usual. Maybe the area outside cordoned off by the police (presumably after the previous night's revelries) had something to do with that. But the ale selection is still one of the best for Liverpool's Wetherspoon branches. On this occasion, the regular Ruddles Best was supplemented by Peerless Pool Street Porter, Coach House Postlethwaites & Blonde Ale, Bell's Light Hearted Ale, Cotleigh Red Nose Reinbeer, Vale Good King, Parker Barbarian Bitter & Saxon Red Ale, Wolf Santa Paws & Elgood's A Christmoose Carol. Ciders were Old Rosie & Black Dragon. A decent start to the morning.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Dec 2019 21:19
The Lime Kiln was much busier than I'd seen it before when we visited yesterday lunchtime. There wasn't a free table. The beer selection was fairly good - Greene KIng Abbot, Ruddles Best, Peerless Red Rocks & Langton Spin, Hawkshead Brodie's Prime, Robinson's Unicorn, Brains SA, Purple Moose Elderflower, Cairngorm Black Gold & Weetwood Maori Sidestep. But unusually there were no real ciders. Cider appears to be pretty hard to find in branches of Wetherspoon's in Liverpool these days, which is disappointing. Nevertheless, the ale selection offered us enough choice. Still the best 'spoons in Liverpool in my opinion.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Mar 2018 11:44
Quite a big place this with a ground floor and an extra floor of seating upstairs with a bar on each floor (the upstairs bar doesn't do ale however). They had a decent few local brewery beers when I was in including beers from Peerless and Big Bog, as well as Abbot and Ruddles Best. I went for a pint of 'Dusk' by Cross Bay brewery, which was a decent pint and only cost 1.85. Definitely one of the better spoons in Liverpool (the only one that seems to may be compete with it is the one in Lime Street station- 'The North Western'). The only thing I would add is be wary at night time considering it's part of a rowdy area in Liverpool and at these prices it may attract some characters. Still solid though
Wezzielad - 27 Jan 2017 20:25
The Lime Kiln was fairly quiet on my Bank Holiday Monday lunchtime visit. But I still rate this as the best Wetherspoons in Liverpool city centre. It feels a little on a limb during the daytime. But when this area is liveliest at night, its location becomes apparent. Ales on this visit were Hawkshead Red, Loddon Hullabalo, Black Sheep Riggwelter, Three B's Shuttle Ale, Coach House Cheshire Gold, Brecon Six Beacons, Salopian Darwin's Origin, Exmoor Gold, Peerless Triple Blond, Greene King Abbot & Ruddles Best. Ciders were Westons Old Rosie & Gwynt y Ddraig Black Dragon. For a less crowded experience than the North Western, the Richard John Blackler, the Welkin and the Fall Well, this is the best Wetherspoons pub for a quiet daytime drink in the centre of Liverpool.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Jan 2017 21:26
This was pub number 5 on our itinerary yesterday. It's a Lloyds No. 1 Pub that probably gets very busy on weekend evenings. But I've only ever been in during the daytime. Wetherspoons currently have a beer festival on. So the choice was good - Ruddles Best, Harviestoun Old Manor, Arundel Smokehouse Porter, Greene King New Horizons IPA, Oakleaf 10 Little Acorns, Green Jack Rising Sun, Cross Bay Nightfall, Batemans QED, Wadworth Minagof, Belhaven Old Gold, Wychwood King Goblin & Tring Moloko. Ciders were Orchard Pig Hogfather, Tempted Special Reserve, Westons Old Rosie & Thistly Cross Whisky Cask. Seating is on two levels. This was the first time I've sat upstairs. It's quite a large area with it's own separate bar. Although none of the ales are dispensed from there. One of 5 Wetherspoons in Liverpool City Centre these days.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Oct 2015 16:16

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