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The Farmers Arms, Wallasey - pub details

Farmers Arms
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Address: 225, Wallasey Village, Wallasey, Wirral, Merseyside, CH45 3LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31416) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wallasey Village (0.2 miles), Wallasey Grove Road (0.2 miles), New Brighton (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.7/10 (rated by 6 users)
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I preferred the Farmers Arms to the Cheshire Cheese just up the road. It's a similar kind of pub to the Cheshire Cheese, if not slightly more traditional. We stood in the front bar. There was also a small side room and a larger room at the rear. Ales here are a bit more mainstream. But they did at least have a dark ale on. The selection was Greene King IPA, Wells A Good Stuffing, Adnams Bitter, Tetleys Mild & Jennings Cumberland Ale. Service was friendly and the place was fairly busy on our Boxing Day lunchtime visit.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Dec 2013 22:26
On our way to New Brighton, we like to stop off for a few pints in Wallasey Village. Finding The Cheshire Cheese closed, we took in the marvelous St Hillary church. Finding the aforesaid establishment still closed we wandered down to the Sheridan's, which is large but not very impressive place. Forelornly we wandered on to the Farmers Arms, where we should have started in the first place. Enough said.
shouldersarms - 20 Dec 2013 16:17
The Farmers is a real pub and you won't be disappointed with the ale because it is top notch. The bar is original with some very fine stained glass and woodwork. It even has original match striker wall fittings in the "smoke room". We had Adnam's Napoleon's Retreat served by Brian behind the bar and recommended by Brian the cellar man.
shouldersarms - 24 Oct 2013 16:13
What can I say?
I arrived at the pub and read the blackboard listing the hand pulled beers:
Tetley mild - not my style but rare on hand pump.
Green King IPA - fairly standard but ok.
Adnams Southwold bitter - only 3.7% but tastes superb.
London Pride - well known and well kept.
Jennings Cumberland - top class ale well kept.
Taylor's Landlord - I really shouldn't have tried that one second.
I'll report in when I stop guzzling this excellent beer.
This might take a while.
Other points:
Decor: Genuine old pub.
Staff: Very friendly and efficient.
Clientele: See above without the efficiency!
austen - 4 Jun 2013 19:23
Although this is a traditional pub I'm guessing that a few interior walls have been removed down the years which have made the place feel quite spacious without ruining the overall feel. Plenty of dark wood & brass gives a cosy feel. 6 handpumps - 5 regulars - Tetley Bitter, Adnam's Bitter, Ansell's Mild, GK IPA, Jennings Cumberland & 1 guest - Brain's Reverend James. Very much a community pub but no problem with passing visitors.
happytyskie - 11 Oct 2010 17:15

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