The Square Bottle, Chester - pub details
Previously called: Wetherspoons
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8796) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Real ale
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|This is always my first stop when I come to Chester and is one of the better Wetherspoons. They always have a LocAle such as Peerless or Spitting Feathers and the service is always a lot quicker than other 'Spoons.|
However, on my most recent visit last week I waited a while to get served (person before me spent ages ordering food!!). When I eventually got served I asked for a pint of the delicious looking Conwy Brewery Honey Fayre.
"Sorry, it's gone!" was the barmaids reply.
Well turn the bloody pump clip around then. Do Wetherspoons train their staff to NOT turn the clips around if the beer has run out!?
Anyway, I settled for a pint of Conwy Brewery Rampart which I think cost £1.89 so I was happy in the end.
mattbeer - 6 May 2012 12:25
|This pub has improved a lot over the last few weeks, thanks to the new manager(s). Customer service is noticably better with quicker bar service. Excellent beer quality and choice (usually 6 or 7 guest ales) and customers are encouraged to request their favourite beers. There is currently a 50p per pint discount for card-carrying Camra members. I shall continue to spend my beer allowance at this pub!|
electrophotic - 26 Jan 2012 11:47
|Usual Spoons pub. Had steak and Chips. The steak was good but the chips were of the instant mash variety, just mush inside.|
The first 2 beers i asked for had run out so not a good start there either.
rpf1955 - 20 Nov 2011 18:25
|Fairly standard Wetherspoons. Narrow with a lowish ceiling & generally good atmosphere. If you are a CAMRA member then show your card for a 10% discount on real ales (correct as of March 2011). I've also noticed from the local CAMRA website that the management are pro-active in engaging with branch members over various issues. It was slightly unfortunate that on my visit the Acorn - Challenger IPA was like a pint of vinegar. Fair play, it was swapped without question, however the barman never asked me what was wrong with my beer or even which pump it had come from.|
happytyskie - 18 Mar 2011 14:23
|Standard spoons format. Interior felt dark. Usual mix of clients enjoying the early evening. Choice of ale included local offering which was ok. |
Leicesterbeer - 30 Sep 2009 09:54
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