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The Lodge Inn, Alsager - pub details

Lodge Inn

Address: 88 Crewe Road, Alsager, Stoke-On-Trent, Cheshire, ST7 2JA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20425) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Alsager (0.7 miles), Kidsgrove (3.2 miles), Sandbach (5.3 miles)

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The Lodge was my last stop of the night in Cheshire and was one of the better pubs of the day. A total of 8 ales were on - Pictish Sorachi, Ilkley Mary Jane, Dark Star American Pale Ale & Original, Oakham Inferno, Black Sheep Golden Sheep, Neptune Fugu & Marstons Burton Bitter. There were also 4 ciders. 2 were definitely Orchard Pig The Hogfather & Westons Rosie's Pig. They also had another from Westons, which was possibly Family Reserve. I opted for one from Farmer Jims, which was I believe their medium cider. But there is no cider list anywhere and you can't see the names on the boxes which are in the right-hand room as you enter. That room is the main public bar and there was an incident involving an irate local when I entered. But this soon appeared to be resolved. The room to the left as you enter is slightly smaller. But both have a traditional feel and most locals were much more friendly and were engaging in polite conversation. Recommended.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Jan 2017 20:48
One side was full of locals having a natter (no telly, music, machines etc). Other side was quieter. The do a reasonable stew for £4 (cheaper than a packet of crisps in some London establishments). Still best pub in Alsager.

anonymous - 12 Aug 2014 17:55
Always a good pint, always a variety of beers, in a warm and friendly bar, and prices are low. No telly (hurrah!) and a real fire and real people.
nickjanet0711 - 23 Feb 2012 09:34
I was here @ 1.25pm last Saturday and this place was closed.
bjbrummiejohn - 16 Jan 2012 08:24
Agree with the last poster - this IS the best pub in Alsager. Decent range of ales, a pub of two halves, large outdoor area, good staff and friendly locals. Looks like it's been refurbed recently but in the style of a pub as opposed to a branch of Courts (like many places end up).
anonymous - 5 Jun 2010 23:11

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