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The Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, Keswick - pub details

Address: 2 Bank Street, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5JY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44293) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, Keswick

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Typical selection of beers and there was a world beer festival on. Worth a visit just to go sideways from the bar and try counting how many different rooms there are, pub seems to go on and on.
ESCAMRA - 4 Apr 2018 20:30
Standard `Spoons, but interestingly renovated and decorated. Curry offer included a pint, so I chose Keswick Brewing Co`s "Keswick Gold". Slipped down a treat. I`d have had another, but had to move on.
anarchobeer - 23 Aug 2016 21:28
A Sunday afternoon visit to the towns 'spoons started a week staying in Keswick.

Pretty busy, with half the pub watching the tennis (on mute) and the rest of the punters eating.

This is a re-tick as we visited this pub several times last year while staying in the area. For anyone that's been here before you will know its a cracking conversion of the towns magistrates court and former police station that was in use until 2000.

12 hand pumps with 10 ales on, 4 were the regular 'spoons national brands with the other 6 being from the local area. I had a couple of pints of RCH Breweries East Street @ 5.0%, a very good pint.

This is one of the wife's favourite pubs, I quite like it as well. Definitely worth a stop while in the town even if it's just for the layout and the old cells that you can sit in enjoying your pint or food.

lezford - 17 Jul 2016 18:21
An early Wednesday morning visit to this town centre 'spoons, was the first of 3 visits within 2 days.

This former police station, opened as pub in September 2014, and even 9 months in the place still has that clean and new feel to it still, though being here at 11am when it was fairly empty helped me to make this decision.

I don't think I've ever been in a pub with so many rooms and seating areas, the place really is a rabbit warren.

The long bar is at the end of the pub if you enter from the main road. 12 hand pumps with 10 ales and 2 real ciders. I went for the an ale from the towns own brewery, Keswick Thirst Fall @ 4.8% & very good it was too.

The decor is very well done with local stone walls off set by a carpeted and wooden floor giving a bright and airy feel to it inside. Out the back is a paved garden with a smoking area the back opens out onto the car park.

We re-visited for food the same and the following night and even though it was busier, service for food and drink was still swift.

One last thing to mention is the old dock for the court room is still in place and you can sit here and eat, you can also do the same in the old cells….a nice touch with the building very much in keeping with the local buildings.

Well done Wetherspoon’s, a cracking conversion.
lezford - 10 Aug 2015 12:35

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