The Bricklayers Arms, Putney - pub details
Previously called: Putney Brick
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- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
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|Have to say I was very dissapointed by this place, having heard very many good things about it.|
Maybe they ahd run out with Fulham playing at home but went a few weeks ago and there were only two real ales on, both of which were good it has to be said. Maybe I was expecting too much but not sure this pub is worth all the hype.
WillfromWandsworth - 23 Jan 2013 17:52
|Haven't been here for a while and I must admit that I have been put off making the journey there as I am not local by some of the recent reviews.|
I first visited the Brickies when I was about 10 years old before going to a Fulham game. My first memory as a 10 year old was an extremely pissed woman flashing her ample breast around the pub. It obviously imprinted on me! !
I know that the pub has changed a lot since then and has become a bit of a haven for real ale drinkers whilst remaining a traditional back street boozer unlike some of these other "Craft Beer" places who serve decent (very expensive) beer however, lack somewhat on the decor and atmosphere.
It sounds like the Brickie's may be trying to do too much. Perhaps due to it's size as opposed to having 12 hand pumps maybe they would be better off reducing this to 6 real ale and 2 real ciders and concentrate on keeping these rotating and in good condition.
I am sure that everyone would be happy with that amount of choice as long as the beers are varied in style and from a variation of brewery's, not just the same old places.
BeerGutt - 9 Jan 2013 13:49
|Seem to have resolved the problem with beer running out after Fulham games. Excellent pub, last traditional one left in Putney. Great range of beers. Bar service always first class. Proper mix of home & away fans - no snobbery in this place.|
Wilson_MacDonald - 6 Jan 2013 15:05
|Came in here on Sunday evening for the culmination of their cider festival. It was quiet, with only about 7 or so other customers. In my opinion, this is the time it is at its best. You can savour the pub for what it is - a classic backstreet boozer where conversation rules. One guy at the bar who represented the pubsgalore website was having a heated debate with the landlady. But otherwise, all was calm and all 12 handpulls were clipped, including 1 with a cider. Beers on were Franklins Citra IPA, Sussex Best, English Garden & Pudding Stout, RCH East Street, Scottish Borders Broughton, Potton Shannon IPA, Village Bike , Potton Gold & Penny Bitter, Moorhouses Black Cat & Milk Street Beer. There were 7 ciders - Countryman Cider, Watkins Oak Cask, Newton Court Cider, Olivers Cider, Troggi Dry, Greyfield Pick Me Up & Westons 1st Quality. There were also 3 perries - Butford Organic, Brook Farm & Troggi. I'll be back this Saturday and am hoping that there a few ciders left. The pub goes up in my estimation again to 9/10.|
blue_scrumpy - 30 Oct 2012 21:01
|Happy to report that the beer situation seems to have improved lately, with at least 6 beers on from 2 or more breweries. A lot from Arundel in particular. They seem to be better stocked at weekends, and I believe another beer festival is imminent!|
daveid - 24 Sep 2012 17:08
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