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The Lord Warden, Liverpool - pub details

Lord Warden

Address: 21 London Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3 8HR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38061) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lime Street Liverpool (0.1 miles), Liverpool Central (0.4 miles), Moorfields (0.5 miles)

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Have always wondered what this pub might be like when walking past it.  Very quiet when I came in, I was under the illusion this place did at least one ale, not least from the sign saying "traditional cask ales". I was unfortunately mistaken, there were two handpulls that were defunct. The pub itself has a big G shaped bar and plenty of space to find a seat or space to stand.   It did have Thwaites Smooth on, which for a keg beer I think is pretty decent.  However, at 2.60 seemed a bit steep, Carling 3 pound as well, not exactly cheap.  Bar maid was okay, I smiled at her and she just looked at me.  I don't understand why you would be like that to a potential patron, especially when it's so dead, but she was also miserable with a lad who seemed to be a bit more of a regular so seems to be standard procedure.  The pub itself does have a proper pub feel to it, there is CCTV and horse racing on the telly however.  Sign behind the bar saying they don't accept Scottish notes (I'm sure that's illegal?). Not a threatening pub or anything, locals seemed reasonably friendly in all honesty, may be worth a look in if you like a not so known keg bitter but other than that probably not worth bothering.  I feel this pub could have potential to draw more people in with it's decent location , put a couple local ales on the handpull, you never know. I doubt they want to do that however.
Wezzielad - 17 Dec 2016 11:59
A very basic one room corner pub.Only had one ale on - Jennings Cumberland which was good. The decor with its magnolia walls,looks very dated . Worth a quick visit if waiting for train at Lime Street but nothing more.
covman45 - 28 Oct 2012 12:09
On my last visit here at 7pm on Tuesday they had no guest ales on so I went for a pint of Magners. It only cost �2.00 so I couldn't complain, although it did taste as though it had been watered down!

It was very busy with the usual regulars including an old bloke who sat in the corner singing to anyone who would listen.

Not an essential pub to visit, but as others have said, it's okay to visit here if you have a spare half hour before catching a train from Lime Street.
mattbeer - 19 Apr 2012 01:20
Typically boisterous Liverpool pub, a stone's throw from Lime Street, with a good atmosphere. It's small, a horseshoe round a bar, and was packed on my visit. Music and TV sport seem to feature strongly here, and 3 real ales are avaialable. On my Saturday afternoon visit I went for Saltaire Cascade which was refreshing and well-kept.
Probably not one for the one who likes quiet pubs, but the beer is of good quality and the atmosphere generally friendly. Nothing amazing but worth going to if waiting for a train.
Carlurmston - 16 Jul 2011 11:33
Arrived here by accident after visiting the Metropolitan Cathedral; Easter Sunday morning mass. The Old Firm were playing on the plethora of televisions. Three real ales on offer and good bitters and ciders. Good atmosphere and friendly people. The publican very helpful. Good starting point for going down to the pubs around Dale Street.
shouldersarms - 26 Apr 2011 11:55

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