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The Jug and Bottle, Heswell - pub details

Address: Mount Avenue, Heswell, Wirral, Merseyside, CH60 4RH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35256) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Heswall (1.2 miles), Neston (3 miles), West Kirby (3.8 miles)

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I was prevented from entering the Jug & Bottle twice in the last 5 weeks due to not having booked a table. Most pubs have now relaxed Covid-19 restrictions but clearly the Stange & Co pub group have not. I'll be interested to see if they maintain this charade as Christmas approaches.
wirraldrinker - 25 Sep 2021 18:35
The Jug & Bottle was the better of the two pubs we visited in Heswall that is listed on BITE. It is high on the hill overlooking the river. Despite being fairly early on a Saturday, it was already busy with drinkers and diners, both being represented in some fairly large groups. Ales were Brains The Rev James, Brimstage Trapper's Hat, Slater's Premium, Rock The Boat Bootle Bull, Big Bog WPA & Purple Moose Dark Side of the Moose. There is unfortunately no real cider. Decent place though. We moved on from here to the disappointing Blind Pig, the excellent Beer Lab (both in Heston) and ultimately the splendid Connoisseur Ales Tasting Room in St Helens. I'll request the latter two be added and will wait with baited breath.
blue_scrumpy - 8 May 2019 20:16
Visited last Saturday night. It was busy and lively. Still a very good choice of ales available. I had a lovely pint of Elderflower Wheat from the local Brimstage Brewery. Still well worth a visit.
wirraldrinker - 20 Feb 2018 18:58
Pleasantly surprised at the sight and size of the rebuilt pub. It is unrecognisable.
Very crowded last night due to it being the first Saturday night since re-opening. It was so crowded that I'll have to return in a few weeks when hopefully it is less crowded and I can see the full extent of the changes. However, the bar was definitely longer than before. Still 5 ales and a cider on draught plus all the usual fizzy stuff. Well worth a visit.
wirraldrinker - 11 Dec 2016 15:42
Apparently the Jug & Bottle is closing for 6 weeks from 24th October 2016 for a rebuild/refurb. I hope this doesn't mean loss of the already small drinking area in favour of more restaurant space.
wirraldrinker - 19 Oct 2016 16:15

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