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Beer Cellar, Exeter - pub details

Beer Cellar

Address: 2 South Street, Exeter, Devon, EX1 1DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 44255) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Exeter Central (0.3 miles), Exeter St. Thomas (0.5 miles), St James' Park (0.7 miles)

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When the Beer Cellar first opened we used to visit it regularly but haven't been there for ages now. The last time we went it was bitterly cold inside - I started shivering after a while (drinking cold beer didn't help either - cold inside & out) & so we went along the road to George's to warm up. Prior to that they'd just made some new seats - very uncomfortable. We've intended to go in more recently but it's generally very busy and I don't drink beer standing up. Shame as they have some interesting beers & the staff & most of the customers are very friendly.
Trequites - 6 Apr 2017 17:35
Micropub with not much in the way of character. Good service and a good range of ales. Let down badly by the high prices with the cheapest pint at a ridiculous £4.20
baxterfish - 14 Feb 2017 14:23
Most varied beer selection in the city. Ok, not much character but worth a look if you want something other than Otter, St Austell, Sharps, etc
KevW - 15 Nov 2016 13:27
An uncharacterful micropub but with some excellent beer choice. Although it was advertised as doing food they didn't so we bought a couple of pasties and ate them in the pub (with permission).
Steamer1 - 18 Jul 2016 16:37
Plenty of these bars in London, so to try one outside just seemed the same typical hipster customers and prices to match. cant remember what i had but it was only 3.8% and cost me £5.70 for a pint. It was nice BUT if you pay these prices you just perpetuate the problem of silly prices. So i will not be doing this again.
Marked down for excessive prices.
rpf1955 - 8 Jun 2016 22:22

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