JD Wetherspoons (Various locations) | Watford, Hertfordshire
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JD Wetherspoons (Various locations)
Above Average based on 39 ratings
Type: Bar

Wetherspoon House, Reeds Crescent
Watford, Hertfordshire England WD24 4QL [ print map ]
01923 477777

jdwetherspoon.co.uk | twitter

Hours: 10.00 - 23.00

Mayor: imdownthepub (41) | Taps: 8 | Bottles: 8

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JD Wetherspoons (Various locations)

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Beer Available At JD Wetherspoons (Various locations) (arranged by most recent)
Everards / Sudwerk Inbetween 44, Stonehenge Old Smokey 87, Trumanís Ben Truman 1883 Export Pale Ale 29, Maxim John Bull Stout 77, Purity M.O. 71, Roosters Nectar 73, WJ King Brighton Blonde 40, Phipps NBC Steam Roller , Caledonian / Cigar City Por La Playa 28, Marstons Single Hop Flyer , Green Jack Waxwing 42, Hook Norton Summertime , Sunny Republic Dorset Cross 52, Banksís / Central Cervecera Session Room IPA 85, Northumberland Absolutely Marvellous , Wadworth / Young Master Summer Of 1842 46, Arundel Sussex Dark (Cask) , Itchen Valley Watercress Best , Itchen Valley Citra Hop 72, Weltons Churchillian 53
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39 reviews for JD Wetherspoons (Various locations)
 Ambiance  53%
 Service  57%
 Selection  63%
 Food  52%
 Value  79%
 Overall  60%
 Rating  64%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 4/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 13/20
ManVsBeer  (1597) Hebden Bridge, England | October 11, 2014
The ever expanding chain, Britainís biggest in terms of pubs is well known for its changing national range ales in most of its pubs as well as allowing managers to source locally produced craft for their outlets - backed up biannual beer festivals that include a plethora of ales you can only exclusively drink during these periods. Itís hard not to notice these pubs if you travel around the UK with any frequency, and whilst they come in for a lot of understandable stick for changing the landscape of how and where people drink in pubs in the various towns and cities they enter, they are consistent the length and breadth of the country and you know what youíll get - well kept ale at a competitive price and a decent choice from a wide range of breweries.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 6/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 15/20
Nisse666  (146) GŲteborg, Sweden | July 12, 2014
Rating valid for Glasgow Central railway station ie Sir John Moore, visited today with my wife when she didnít want walk the other 30 min to the Brewdog par. 15 pumps, 6 hand pumps and 50 odd bottles. During this week they had real cider festival since the cider were served out of tetra packs (big ones) but my wife didnít bother. Clean, nice staff and fast staff. Centrally location just 5 min away from the station.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 14/20
kalervo  (57) , Finland | March 10, 2014
I visited the one somewhere near the London Tower. Atmosphere was quite relaxing and the beer selection was reasonable.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 8/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 10/20
Boudicca  (1035) London, England | March 4, 2014
I was surprised to see a generic place for Wetherspoons because, although the pubs have some common themes, they vary quite a lot, from the really rather nice (e.g. the White Hart in Todmorden) to the truly horrible (e.g. the Central Bar in Shepherds Bush). Itís always worth checking them out though because they do generally have a good range of beer, especially during their "festivals".
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 10/10   OVERALL 17/20
Leighton  (798) London, England | March 2, 2014
Iím a big fan of the JDW chain. While value is their raison díÍtre, they sometimes do have some great beers on tap. In particular, they put on a range of festivals each year plus special series periodically where you can find great stuff. The prices are always great; in London, the Spoonies are far and away the best-priced pints. Staff can be quite variable; they are almost always courteous but only sometimes do they know anything about the beer. I gather the food at JDW can be decent but I, regrettably, have never eaten at one - will try to remedy that in 2014. Another bonus with JDW pubs is that they are often the best option in otherwise bad areas for beer (or living). If you are the type to get hung up on aesthetics, or if you donít like rubbing shoulders with consummate commoners, then JDW pubs are not for you. If you appreciate a bit of good value and routinely solid cask ale selection, give the Spoons a go.
  AMBIANCE 1/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 4/10   VALUE 4/10   OVERALL 10/20
pricey290483  (59) London, England | March 2, 2014
i normaly go to one of these if i am about to go to the footy they do the job of serving beer but its quite rare that you get i good pint from them the beer they buy is normaly near the end of its life but if you just want to have a drink it will be ok for you
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 8/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 11/20
Theydon_Bois  (874) Tourist Town (West), England | February 22, 2014| Updated March 2, 2014
Stumbled across this entry at random - Josh@coattails ;). So this is a generic rating of all spoons, and I must have been to a good few hundred (and Iím not a spoons ticker btw!). Atmosphere is usually flat, no real local feel, lots of owd men and neíer do wells typify the clientele base. Selection, even in the average spoons, will often wield a few ticks especially during the bi-annual fests. Only the poor ones offer the bare bones of Shabbot and Shuddles. The value is always good, London/M25 area, central London and airports especially acquire a premium but still cheap compared to other venues in the area. Due to the cheap cost ... see atmosphere above. Service often hit and miss, young staff, high turnover, often slow or other folks (again see clientele) will get served first and not give 2 shits about this knowing full well they have. Overall - yeah , Spoons is Spoons, god love em, worth their place on the planet, I visit off peak as a rule when the dross factor (clientele wise) is less dangerous and the frustrating service less likely.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 3/10   SELECTION 9/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 13/20
Cunningham  (559) Halden, Norway | March 30, 2013
Love them or hate them. As long as they have a decent selection og ale as well. I keep coming back
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 1/10   SELECTION 4/15   FOOD 3/10   VALUE 3/10   OVERALL 1/20
merseybrew  (12) , England | November 10, 2011
my god the haunt of the desperate! normally full of cheap poorly maintained ales .really not good to invite anyone in unless you bloodywell hate em.... do yourself and your mum a favour and set fire to any feekker whos bone idle enough to do owt but love them. their buisness model is to fek every other pub in their area.cheap beer for cheap people, sorry if this offends but wake up this is the truth
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 8/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 13/20
Dedollewaitor  (390) Odense, Denmark | October 20, 2011
Yes.. Decent selection. Mainstream and mediocre.

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