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Nine Arches, Earlestown - pub details

Address: Legh Street, Earlestown, Merseyside, WA12 9NE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45857) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Earlestown (0.3 miles), Newton-le-willows (1.3 miles), St Helens Junction (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 2 users)
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user reviews of Nine Arches, Earlestown

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A nice modern Spoons with a nice outdoors area sporting booths and flowers in tubs on the wall. Think I spotted two banks of five pumps at the time of my visit in July. On offer were three ciders (not sure if there was a cider festival on, or if that is the standard offering), Marstons Old Empire IPA, one American ale (but nor sure if it was actually on) plus the usual Ruddles etc.

I went for the Marstons Old Empire IPA which was pleasant and £2.29 or thereabouts for the pint. I feel the ale selection was a bit lacking though in favour of the ciders.
RealAleRobUK - 8 Sep 2017 14:05
Ooh ! They've actually add some new pubs to BITE !

Here is my review of this one from October 2016

Newly opened Wetherspoons in a converted Methodist Chapel next to the bus station. The whole building is open plan, and has a very airy spacious feeling inside. The downside being that acoustics mean any noise (e.g. loud laughter) is amplified to the discomfort of all. Plenty of tables and varied types of seating, with the bar on the fight as you enter.

One drawback is that I visited when the Spoons beer festival was on and, despite having 12 handpumps, they could only manage to offer 3 festival beers (all “international” ones). Still there were plenty of other local ales to choose from.

And a word of warning – the Gents and Ladies are at completely opposite ends of the building !

5/10 – run of the mill Spoons

Martinsh - 13 Aug 2017 22:34

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