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The Hobgoblin, Staines - pub details

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Nearest train stations Staines (0.5 miles), Egham (1.6 miles), Ashford - Middlesex (2.1 miles)

Chain: Hobgoblin
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The London Stone is another pub that has improved since my last visit. Service wasn't the most friendly. But it was prompt. Wild Beer Millionaire & Hogs Back TEA were the 2 ales. Lilley's Pineapple Cider was also on handpull. There was an interesting selection of cans and bottles in the fridges. A band was being set up at the one end. At the same end, the gents' toilets were in a fairly poor condition. A much better visit though, before we moved onto our main destination of the evening, the Thames Side Brewery & Tap Room and before finishing at the Staines Riverside Club (neither are listed on BITE).
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2020 18:48
Now the LONDON STONE. Quiet during the day, very friendly landlord and excellent range of beers. We intended having one round here and ended up having three! Looks like it may become noisy and disco-like later at night, but a great beer drinkers' pub during the day. Pizza advertised but not tried.
Trev - 4 Feb 2018 18:34
Now called the London Stone and offering a better selection of ales, I can't say I was impressed with this place. Waited almost 10 minutes to get served, despite two guys ignoring me. They definitely had the ability to dispense beer as I observed them later. When finally served by the overworked barmaid, it took an eternity to pour a half and I ended up with the last half from the box, which wasn't in the best of form. Only one table was remaining without a reserved sign. So I went for that, only to be informed by one of the two lazy barmen that I needed to move as that table (despite not having a notice) was reserved too. I informed him that I'd be delighted to vacate the premises! Poor welcome, poor service. A strange way to treat customers. Ales were Hop Art Hoppist, Windsor & Eton Kohinoor IPA & Hammerpot Australian Pale. The cider was Westons Cider Twist Raspberry.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Apr 2016 18:40
Perhaps not the place to find the glitterati, however a dj and pool table will bring in a more "salt of the earth" type of fellows. Beer was ok and the decor in the Gents is a worthwhile excursion.
MadDog62 - 27 Aug 2013 15:53
Popped into Hobgoblin last night , and they had Binghams Brit Hop Pale Ale, St.Austells Tribute, Wychwood Hobgoblin and Timothy Taylor Landlord on handpump, and barman was knowledgable about beer. There was some loud rock music from the jukebox, and decoration in gents also, err, interesting. Lots of standing room and a pool table, so I'd guess pretty lively on a Saturday night.
spikefromsurrey - 25 Jun 2013 17:25

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