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

Latest reviews from Eton

82 /100 77 HIGH STREET
“Nice pub, just across the river from Windsor. Stable of house beers brewed a couple blocks away, as well as a couple others. Good food, friendly staff, great garden/patio out back.“
ttoadee 851 days ago
72 /100 77 HIGH STREET
“Visited on a lovely sunny Sunday noon. This is the first (and only) pub of Windsor & Eton local brewery and have 6 cask of their beers. You can get a flight of 3 beers in 1/3 pints. I had two flights with the entire selection. Service is ok, but you need to order at the bar and take your beer with you, same goes for the food. The place has indoor tables and a large nice beer garden. Recommended for a visit if you are around.“
troubles 1707 days ago
50 /100 84 HIGH STREET
“Visited on 10th November 2016. Small pub on the main drag through Eton. Looks a nice old place, was fairly busy when we arrived. 2 Rebellion beers on tap, both in decent condition, prices OK, decided to retire to the Snug to enjoy them, this turned out to be a picnic table wedged into a room. Main bar area is ok but not overly welcoming, ok place. Wouldn’t hurry back“
WingmanWillis 1835 days ago
68 /100
Eton Mess (Restaurant)
“Visited on 10th November 2016. Modern L shaped bar and restaurant that was Fishcraft until the end of October, this has been refurbished and name changed to Eton Mess. Venue looks really smart and clean, it wasn’t too busy. A selection of 8 keg taps offering some of the Windsor & Eton keg (plus Uprising) range plus other European craft beer. A small range of bottles in the fridges behind the bar including a selection of Kona beers. Service was friendly, beer was decent enough and prices Ok. Stopped for food here and it was decent enough without setting my world alight. A decent venue in Eton and worth a look in.“
WingmanWillis 1840 days ago
“Visited on 12th October 2016. A few mins walk from Riverside station and just off the main drag through Eton this is a lovely old pub. Lots of wood panelling, dark interior, plenty of seating and lots of nooks and crannies give it a lovely feel. 8 handpulls with a mix of Marstons stable and other larger regional brewers plus one Windsor and Eton brew on. Beer was decent, prices a little steep but in keeping for the area. Service friendly. Lovely old pub, not a great beer destination but a nice place to stop for a beer“
WingmanWillis 1882 days ago
62 /100 77 HIGH STREET
“Visited on a Tuesday night in November 2015. Popped in for a swift pint before train home. Nice pub, still being finished off with signs of the bar move still visible. 5 sticks offering W&E’s finest, looks like this will develop into a decent venue in Eton. Prices weren’t too bad but the service was a shambles. 1 member of staff serving trying to put through bills of customers and waited well over 5 mins, with a growing group of people to get a pint. Suddenly another staff member appeared and started serving which cleared the queue, just a shambles really. Will go back at some point and will re-review I’m sure.“
WingmanWillis 2211 days ago
70 /100 77 HIGH STREET
“Located at the start of Eton High Street, just as you come off the Thames foot bridge, the George is the Windsor and Eton breweries first pub and effectively their tap house (see also Duke of Connaught in Windsor a stones throw from the brewery itself). Since opening in July the George has come on little in terms of an interior conversion to move the bar and it now has five cask lines dispensing W&E brews as opposed to just the two when it opened. As well as five fresh brews from the brewery there was also a real cider from Orchard Pig and Lagunitas IPA on keg. This place has always been a pub AFAIK and retains a Victorian feel with wooden floor, wooden benches, snug armchairs and sofas in the small annexe and candles on the tables. They do food although I haven’t tried it yet, worth noting that almost every table in the main room was reserved from either 7 or 8 pm on our Saturday visit. Service was fine, beer was fresh ... One of the top picks for me if visiting Windsor.“
Theydon_Bois 2213 days ago
“Visited on Friday 19/12/14 around 9.30pm. Located just over the Thames footbridge from Windsor the Watermans Arms claims to be the oldest pub in the area - built 1542. Not sure what, if any, survives from this date but it’s a ramshackle pub with plenty of character and decorated with a lot of old rowing memorabilia. Cask Marque accreditted and in the 2014 GBG the Watermans carries 8 cask dispenses of both beer (5 on my visit) and cider. Couple of local micros from Windsor & Eton and Binghams, allied to a house beer (from Caledonian - so presume whatever their standard re-badge package is), think they carried the ubiquitous Doom Bar whilst I opted for a Wells & Young Xmas seasonal. The place was pretty booming with it being the last Friday before Xmas but we snagged a small table in the far corner. Service was very prompt on this visit. Overall not a go to destination but a characterful place with a choice of stuff on cask, didn’t pay any attention to the cider but there was definately something on cask.“
Theydon_Bois 2543 days ago
54 /100 84 HIGH STREET
“Visited on Friday 19/12/14 during a Windsor & Eton pre Xmas pub crawl. Eton isn’t blessed with pubs serving a choice of interesting beer and I’ve included the C&C as one of the better bets. 2 cask lines, one with the relatively local Marlow breweries Rebellion IPA, the other with a winter seasonal from St Austell. The place was pretty busy but no surprise with our visit being around 8.30pm on the Friday before Xmas, largely a younger local crowd. Service was holding up well. The place attempts to carry a US theme which I’m not sure it really quite captures, US car plates adorn the wall and various pictures and paintings from the US also. As such there were a couple of bottles of common ’craftish’ US stuff in the fridge, think the likes of Kona Big Wave and co. They do hot food here, although we didn’t bother, and also accomodation. Ok boozer, not one to seek out but if you’ve wandered over the river from Windsor you won’t do much better in Eton for beer choice or if not at the Watermans Arms just around the corner.“
Theydon_Bois 2543 days ago
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