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The Flint Cottage, High Wycombe - pub details

Flint Cottage
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Address: Amersham Hill, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 6NQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25416) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations High Wycombe (0.1 miles), Bourne End (4.3 miles), Marlow (4.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.6/10 (rated by 16 users)
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The Bootlegger is conveniently located opposite the station. I'm not sure what I was expecting. But it was a surprise to find such a decent pub here. 9 real ales were on - Tring Mansion Mild & Sea Vixen, Rebellion Mild, Smuggler & Victory, Hardy & Hansons Olde Trip, Leighton Buzzard Cuckoo, XT1 & Thornbridge Hopton. At the rear of the bar there is a list of craft beers from brewers such as Tool, Siren, Brewdog, Wiper & True & Meantime. There were no real ciders that I could see. But fridges to the one end of the room contain many different ales and ciders in bottles. The barmaid was friendly too and there is plenty of space to sit. A good pub.
blue_scrumpy - 9 Oct 2016 17:06
This pub is now called 'the bootlegger' - the flint cottage is no more.
CHELSEA_on_tour - 9 Feb 2012 15:35
This is a pretty damn good pub.All ages.People here are pleasant and sophisticated.The ales are good and loads of exotic bottled beers.It is expensive if one wishes to indulge.But there are beers available here that are hard to come by anywhere else.Good place to take a date and shows Wycombe has some cool people in it to provide custom for the pub.Sorry to knock Slough,but a pub such as this couldn't survive in Slough simply because there just ain't the customer base to make it viable.
funky - 13 May 2011 02:41
As has been noted the pub is now called The Bootlegger and is apparently owned by a Kiwi landlord. A bank of handpumps with a fairly good range of real ales most of which are actually served from the cask in a side room (The Tap Room - the old kitchen?) Many keg lagers on tap but a huge range of world-wide bottled beers in fridges clearly on display. However, looking at their beer list some of the foreign bottles were a bit on the pricey side. The barman was very helpful and told me that he "tutors" customers onto the various beers available. On my visit they did not open until 4pm but I think this was just a temporary arrangement for November/December. I would visit this place again (it's on the way to The Belle Vue) and right across the road from the station and it certainly is a welcome addition to Wycombe's limited range of real ale pubs. A brave venture!!
mcroyal - 30 Nov 2010 09:16
Now called the Bootleggers, 7 real ales, a shrine to real ale, lots of bottled beers, a worthy addition to Wycombe.
Abteilung - 20 Feb 2010 15:06

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