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The Aqueduct Inn, Froncysyllte - pub details

Address: Holyhead Road, Froncysyllte, Llangollen, Clwyd, LL20 7PY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35200) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chirk (2.5 miles), Ruabon (2.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Of the 10 pubs we tried in the Wrexham area yesterday, this was certainly one of the best 3. The Aqueduct enjoys a splendid location on a steep bank overlooking the Pontcysylltye Aqueduct and is also alongside the main A5. There are 3 choices of rooms on entry. To the left is a dining area, to the right is a games room where darts is played and live sport is shown on TV and in the middle is perhaps the smallest room, where locals congregate. The ale range was better than I had anticipated - Hafod Clwydian Bronze, Titanic Steerage & Slaters Top Totty. Parking is a bit tricky. But if you're passing by on the A5, give it a try.
blue_scrumpy - 21 Nov 2016 17:20
visited in july 2014 on a saturday lunchtime. Glorious weather, fantastic view over the canal, great choice of real ales on tap (and in excellent condition) plus knowledgeable and friendly staff - what more can you ask for!

Ignore previous ratings which are very old and a previous generation of owner!!
maxp - 18 Jul 2014 18:39
Stopped here for a pint and a bite to eat,Fantastic it was and really good value,
Very friendly staff and really nice locals
Dimps1 - 20 Jul 2013 18:16
The Aqueduct Inn, Froncysyllte .
A ray of hope for Froncysyllte real ale drinkers.....The Aqueduct inn which has been closed for some nine months has been sold to an enterprising pair of guys who plan to open again on Saturday 25th May 2013. @ midday.
The very Charismatic Paul Beard will be at the helm and has plans to run the Pub very much on the lines of involving the community. Having met Paul several times I can only say that if he can't make it work no one can. He is a real people person with a great sense of humour (essential in these challenging times).

Paul plans to initially have Greene King IPA and Hancocks HB which is a 3.6% session bitter originally brewed by Hancock's brewery................ along with a Natch west country cider. Will also be doing the usual keg Lagers no the non converted .
Food will be also a part of the service initially being hot & cold snacks.Hot snacks availabe at re launch as follows....Burgers in a bun £3.00 dressed with salad.. Bacon baps..£2.00, and Hot dogs. £1.50

Paul has already had a meeting with locals in the community centre in order to let them know the initial plans ,and crucially asking the locals what they would like to see and thats a real step in the right direction.Paul said they have been bowled over by the welcome from the locals at the meeting , and got some very useful feedback.
The exterior will be re painted by a local company, and the seating is to be made comfortable with new fillings and covers....also the former "very red Bar" will be "toned down" I am informed.......
The re launch on May 25th will be celebrated with a 72 hour "discount drinks promotion" ( I would call it a very big happy hour ). There are plans to introduce a quiz night with prizes like a gallon of beer for the winning team !! ...also thinking of trying a music quiz . I wish them every success .

Edwincad - 11 May 2013 10:16
Went to search for it in April 2013 only to find it closed (for three months already) and will be re-opened in 3 weeks.

maybe - 6 May 2013 10:13

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