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Red Lion, Brill - pub details

Red Lion

Address: 27 Church Street, Brill, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9RT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35890) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 5 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Pheasant Inn, Brill (0.2 miles), Chandos Arms, Oakley (1.4 miles), Royal Oak, Oakley (1.6 miles)

user reviews of Red Lion, Brill

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Now reverted to its original (c. 1700s) name of The Pointer. Interior bright and modern with stone flooring and clean-cut tables and chairs; almost too clinical in a way. Could do with a darker corner or two. Four ales on, although the porter I chose had gone (vinegary) was changed with no fuss. Bar staff polite. Wouldn't choose it as my local though.
Komakino - 28 Feb 2013 00:54
Rather quiet in here as opposed to the Pheasant Gastropub down the road. Definitely one for the locals but it's a pleasant enough PUB and that's good. Beer was GK IPA and Sundance - not exactly an exciting range but the latter tasted pretty good. 'Nell' the cat was very affectionate to me!
Booze_Allen - 17 Jul 2010 16:49
An ok pub. Itwas refurbished a couple of years back and the furniture that was put in looks like a mish mash of things bought from furniture stores rather than pub furniture that can stand the test of time.

The beer is good and reasonably priced. Can't recall if they do food or not. I used to preferd The Pheasant to this pub but since the disastrous refurb The Pheasant has had bestowed on it, I think I'll come to this one instead.

It's a village pub that appears to be trying to cater for too many markets. On one hand it's trying to be a village pub and on the other hand it has live Sky sports blaring out every now and then and it tries to entertain those members of the drinking public that go for the likes of Yates or the Litten Tree type holes... sorry, pubs.

Overall it isn't a bad pub but it could do with shaking off the type of image that sticks to most pubs that proudly have the "Live Sky Sports Here" type banners covering the outside walls. As it is the only other pub in the village it has suddenly become the better pub of the two.
snert - 6 Jan 2009 12:29

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