The Blue Boar Hotel, Maldon - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3082) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Hatfield Peverel (5.2 miles)
- Food served
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|Beer festival end of the month.|
hogshead - 5 Jul 2012 11:57
|I found myself in Maldon on a Saturday lunchtime and after reading the great reviews of this place I had to visit.|
Apart from the electric being off and no food being available the pub was first class. I had a pint from the farmer's range and it was excellent and at £3.00 a pint very reasonably priced.
Well worth a visit when you're next in Maldon or if you haven't been for a while.
lezford - 21 Jan 2012 12:27
|A truly brilliant pub worthy of it's inclusion in the BITE top 10. The twigs by the fireplace and the "jus" available - as opposed to gravy - mean I go here every time. |
benton - 2 Jan 2012 20:51
|Visited this excellent historic pub yesterday evening,the gravity Farmers beers were on top form,and reasonably priced,i can fully understand why this pub wins many awards especially from CAMRA.|
Just one critisism ,the pub dog appears to dislike all customers especially those who have their own dogs with them,this needs to be addressed,we left earlier than planned.
aquickpint - 30 Sep 2011 13:55
|Lovely old building (in parts dating back to c. 1400) and former coaching inn, just off the High Street in the centre of Maldon. The Blue Boar operates as a hotel but incorporates a pub/bar that is open to the public. |
Visited yesterday to find a beer festival in progress but opted for two of the Blue Boar's own ales ('Drop of Nelson's Blood' and 'Puck's Glory'). These, along with several others, are available on gravity dispense. The two myself and my companion tried were both excellent, and reasonably priced at £3.00 per pint. Service was friendly and efficient.
The interior is decorated with stuffed animals and other curios. It's personal taste but I found this all slightly twee. Fortunately, the quality of the ancient building shines through and, combined with the excellent quality home-produced ales, I most strongly recommend this pub.
beermann - 4 Sep 2011 16:25
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