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Beer Available At Egham United Services Club (EUSC) (arranged by most recent)
Bridge Farm Perry 38, Crone’s Cider - Dry (Rum Cask) (Draught) , Hopping Mad Balmy Days 35, Brightside Darkside Stout 84, Turpin Mandarina Gold , Scarborough Citra 25, Red Cat Prowler Pale , Turpin Elderflower Power , Musket Muzzleloader , Henley Temple Island , Haresfoot Conqueror Best Bitter , MerriMen Be Merri , Elephant School Wheat Beer , Kent Summer , Gyle 59 Ginger & Elderflower Pale Ale , Binghams Extra Pale Ale Phoenix , Triple fff Devil In Disguise , Whitstable One Hop Hellertau Blanc , Son of Sid Bee Sting Bitter , Hackney Mosaic TNT
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Ferris (544) Burnaby, British Columbia | August 7, 2014
74 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
A private club with a nice lounge and outdoor area that throws great beer festivals. They have a decent bar with some taps and a nice seating area. Their events should not be missed.
berkshirejohn (172) Bracknell, England | November 9, 2013
78 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
Home of the legendary beer festivals which particularly showcase new brewers in the south-east of England. A friendly and unassuming place, unexceptional but for the beer. Long may it continue.
Boudicca (704) London, England | August 21, 2013| Updated July 16, 2014
72 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 12/20
The thrice yearly Egham beer festivals are legendary and now I know why - they are a triumph, with 70 or 80 beers on offer over the course of four days and perhaps 35 or 40 available at any one time. The place is very much a club rather than a bar or a pub and I had the impression that the beer festival attendees weren’t so very different from the usual clientele. The club is in a 1960s style building in a residential area. A quarter of the inside is given over to a full sized snooker table and there’s a small stage in one corner of the main bar. On the bar there are 10 taps which I’m told always serve local and not so local microbrews at very good prices (less than £3 a pint). The beers brought in for the festival are kept outside, where there’s a blackboard with the full list showing what’s on, what’s running low and what’s coming next. All in all, it’s a super place - cosy and homely with great beers. What more could you want!
(Last visited 19 April 2014).
Brugmansia (412) Jylland, Denmark | April 15, 2013
74 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
Visited this pub during their beer festival, easter 2013.
Nice cosy pub / club house. Very friendly staff and they did a great job organizing Egham Beer Festival. There is a small beergarden with a bbq, so thats what we had for lunch :-).
Would say that the place is worth a visit, for sure I will be back for another Egham Beer Festival if possible :-)
Theydon_Bois (633) The ’Sham, England | January 15, 2013
68 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 14/20
Have popped in here a number of times over the last 2 or 3 years and this review is based on a normal days trading and not one of the excellent festivals they stage (3 times per year).
Firstly it is a members club but if you show a CAMRA card or a copy of the GBG you can sign yourself in.
Anyone is welcome during the festivals no form of ID (or book!) required.
It’s not the prettiest of buildings more functional as you’d expect from a club, think late 60’s/early 70’s flat roof affair, one big big room with snooker and pool table, seating around the edge and a medium sized bar to the right as you enter.dance floor area opposite the bar when required.
Outside there is a small to medium courtyard with wooden bench seating, where the smokers hang out and also where the bulk of beers during the festivals are served.
Locals seem friendly enough, they are used to beery visitors so whilst you might not get folks engaging you in conversation you won’t get glared at !
Service is decent enough but on occasion you might get regulars being served ahead of you but fair enough - they pay a membership and I don’t !
Beer range is the thing here, 8 real ales from largely local (neighbouring counties) micro’s and always well kept. 3 or 4 real ciders usually on at the bar, plus the usual macro swill.
Can’t beat the vfm £2.50 a pint - many thanks!
Whilst you may pick up a few new rates I wouldn’t come here especially unless you are in the area, but the festivals are well worth coming too!
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