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The Chequers, Billericay - pub details

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Address: 44 High Street, Billericay, Essex, CM12 9BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5774) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Billericay (0.2 miles), Ingatestone (3.4 miles), Shenfield (4.2 miles)

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Nice little boozer, good beers. Good bands during the week.
Lovely staff, led by a top landlady.
Only down point is no Sky Sports.
gazzachaz - 6 Oct 2013 13:02
Nice enough place but very limited choices, not really somewhere to eat.
Found it a bit clicky when you walk through the door.
anon10 - 14 Jun 2011 23:29
Theakstons 'Masham Ale' was a decent pint last night, and the Youngs was in tip top condition (as were the female santa claus & the red head behind the bar).
churchyboy - 24 Dec 2010 07:49
A quick stop-off in the town following a brewery tour which by rights should've meant we were off the beer (more a reflection on us than the amount of ale offered by the brewer!), led to us dropping in to the picturesque and I must say textbook classic British pub that is the Chequers. Wooden beams and cosy traditional interior? Check. Horsebrasses, nick-nacks and comforting old photos of yesteryear (which incidentally show the pub has hardly altered)? Check. Lots of interesting passages and alcoves? Check. A range of good cask beers and dispensed with a jolly disposition? Check. This was not a universal winner on every count, but on balance as an overall jack-of-most-trades, the Chequers seemed to be an ideal town pub, and this plainly wasn't going amiss with the local crowd, who had packed the place to its genuine oaken rafters.

The ales were not plentiful, but at 4 pumps that can be more than enough, and not every chouice was a ubqiuitous waste. We mostly went for the Adnams Old, which is all-too-rare a choice for those living outside East Anglia, and slipped down our collective hatches superbly.

Alas our visit was too brief to comment on any other elements in too great a depth, but there seemed to be something for everybody, in the many rooms and off-shoots surroudning the twisting and turning focus of the bar. I rather liked it, and chances are you would too. Only those who favour extremes in their pubs would feel let down.
TWG - 23 Nov 2010 17:26
A reasonable selection of bitters in pleasant surroundings. Good & friendly bar staff too.
badhabits - 11 Feb 2010 18:44

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