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The Standard of England, Ash - pub details

Address: 158, Ash Hill Rd, Ash, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU12 5DP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18525) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ash (0.6 miles), Ash Vale (1.1 miles), North Camp (1.5 miles)

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Currently closed.
Picasso09 - 4 Oct 2012 21:44
PS: Pride 2.90 a pint.
flashharry1965 - 7 Mar 2011 14:37
A local's pub sitting just back from a busy crossroads, on Saturday afternoon the Standard had a steady tick over of customers, varying from Guardian readers to more earthy types turning up later in the afternoon.

Completely refurbished with bare floorboards and modern furniture (some of the tables needed a wipe) there is an open fire at either end of the u-shaped bar.
Sitting by one of the fires on leather armchairs and settee was very cosy on a chilly afternoon. The Gents were clean and tidy.

The pub seems particularly dog friendly, with the pub itslf having two - a boxer and a border collie, neither of which were any bother. The landlord and landlady seemed solicitous and friendly.

Beer wise, disappointingly only one ale was on pump - the boringly ubiquitous London Pride. It was in fine condition however, half way through the afternoon the barrel was changed and the quality remained consistent.

It looks like they have stopped doing food, as it has been crossed out on their extenal signage. Quizes are advertised for Monday evenings and their is a skittle ally at the rear.

Not one to travel any distance to seek out, but perfectly decent at serving it's local custom base.
flashharry1965 - 7 Mar 2011 10:57
my grandad used to own this pub (john), and by the way andycrofts he hasnt passed away he moved away, and the man glenn that owned it after was not my uncle (johns son)!!

luciie - 7 May 2010 22:16
Glad to see it reopened and totally refurbished. I hardly recognised it when I walked compared to how it used. All the jukeboxes, fruit machines et all have been cleared out - only the dart board survives. Guess they don't want any "undesirables" drinking there. Only have London Pride as an ale and they're hoping to do food in 2010. Given time, I'm hoping this'll be a decent boozer once again.
wezmiester - 5 Jan 2010 15:05

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