Beaconsfield Beer Guide: Your Beaconsfield guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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60 /100 UNIT 1A, BEACONSFIELD SERVICE, M40 JUNCTION 2, WINDSOR ROAD,
“Visited 5/4/2019. Quick pit-stop at a motorway services turned into a visit to this curiously located ‘spoons. Bright and airey inside, with a large patio area for those occasional sunny days. Offered up 5 cask ales including a couple of local brews. Otherwise it’s fairly standard stock on the other taps and in the fridge. Friendly service. Transient customer base, naturally. Fortunately not enough variety here for a ticker to be worrying about rating and driving when rejoining the motorway.“
Grumbo 324 days ago
56 /100
Beech House (Restaurant)
17 PENN ROAD
“Visited for brunch on Saturday 13/01/18. Large open plan venue with a patio out front on the main street in Beaconsfield. This is the kind of place I may not consider adding in beer centric towns but Beaconsfield is far from that and you know what ... you could get a tick in here ... it's for you to find Jmgreenuk! The clientele at lunch was largely yummy mummies and families ... we had eggs benedict which were fresh, warm and tasty. There is a bar area at the front of the restaurant on the right as you enter and there were a few folks just sipping beers. 4 cask ales on offer including a few guests ... I picked up a Fullers seasonal - Holly Bush that was a new tick for me, so worth a look in if in the good beer desert that is Beaconsfield! Bottle list was small but had a few craft staples such as Punk. Overall not a go to destination but worth a look in if in the area.“
Theydon_Bois 771 days ago
60 /100 UNIT 1A, BEACONSFIELD SERVICE, M40 JUNCTION 2, WINDSOR ROAD,
“Just off the M40 and surrounded by plenty of other eating houses. I kinda liked the downstairs part but upstairs seemed a bit sterile, dark and quiet. Food was OK, but the beer selection was a little limited for your average Spoons. Nice enough place though and I would return.“
jmgreenuk 1467 days ago
64 /100 UNIT 1A, BEACONSFIELD SERVICE, M40 JUNCTION 2, WINDSOR ROAD,
“Located on the outskirts of Beaconsfield, this Spooneria is part of Beaconsfield services just off Junction 2 of the M40 - the first pub at a service station in the UK supposedly (and drawing controversy and opposition in terms of drink driving risks etc). This is a really nicely turned out spoons, I can only give it 3 for ambiance as it is simply a pit stop on the road so no real atmopshere, but it is smart clean and stylish throughout its 2 floors. No downstairs toilet nonsense either but you do have to head into the main servies area for the loo. 5 hand pumps, one was blank, one Doom Bar, the other 3 all with guests frome the relatively nearby Windsor & Eton brewery which was nice to see. The place was moderately busy on my Sunday late morning visit, people dropping in off the M40 as you might imagine, but with an Ibis hotel right next door I suppose this place could take on the characteristics of a pub in the evening with drinkers coming in from the hotel. Service was very good, the place was well staffed up despite it being a quiet time. All the usual keg taps, craft and otherwise, plus standard JDW food menu including a roast of the day. There is also plenty of outside seating overlooking a lake which would be plesant in the summer. Overall one of the nicest Spoons I’ve visited appearance wise and backed up with three local guests on cask,“
Theydon_Bois 1512 days ago
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