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The Bull, London Colney - pub details

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Address: Barnet Rd, London Colney, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL2 1QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21354) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Park Street (2.4 miles), How Wood (2.5 miles), Radlett (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Quite busy with local geezers watching the football. Pint of Side Pocket undrinkable and obviously cloudy - one sip and I had to return it. Replaced with a poorly kept pint of Landlord.
alebarry - 15 Aug 2021 16:18
Wide selection of real ales; Tribute, London Pride, Wherry and Nibley Ale from Severn Vale, plus one available soon - MPA by J.W.Lees.
Before leaving I tried a craft beer from Purity - Longhorn IPA at 5% Abv - albeit in keg form.
Good taste, a bit gassy, but nearly choked when I realised it had cost me four pound fifty.
I did enjoy my omelette and chips at a more reasonable price.

Not sure what to make of the bearded bar-man. Seemed to be in a world of his own.
Worth a second visit sometime.
fugglehops - 28 Jul 2015 21:48
The beer (especially the black sheep) is the reason I always come back to this place. It is evident the owners take great pride in the pub, the customers and in particular the beer. I literally had about a quarter of my pint and the landlady took it off me (I thought it was fine) but they did not think it was up to standard and replaced it with a full fresh pint. Now that is great service!!!! They are accomodating to individual people's needs such as wanting a jug glass.
The decor is a typical traditional pub but I mean that as a great compliment with a selection of games in the corner. So my friends and I always have a game of cards or dominos. It is filled with nice regulars who always say hello (and the occasional dog). The only trouble is that sometimes you cant get a seat because this pub is so popular amongst ale drinkers and regulars.
It is my favourite pub in the area, hence why I am having my stag do here because I will be guaranteed fantastic beer and a brilliant atmosphere.

aggmeister - 29 Apr 2012 21:17
For once, I disagree with Snarling Mallard! The welcome we received in here was fine and warm. Both staff and customers appeared down to earth. The lounge is very comfortable and has a few knick-knacks to admire. I seem to recall that the bar was more basic and had a pool table in the corner, with live football being shown on the TV. Greene King IPA, St Austell Tribute & Black Sheep Best was the limited extent of the beer range in this coaching inn. But I'd stick my neck out and rate this as the best of 10 new Hertfordshire pubs we sampled on Sunday, not that it had too much competition.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Apr 2012 19:17
Nice old pub. Too many up-their-own-arses self righteous clientelle and the beer (Jennings Cumberland) was decidedly second rate. Not somewhere for a quiet (or a nice) pint.
anonymous - 4 Sep 2011 11:43

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