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

Latest reviews from Uxbridge

68 /100 24 HIGH STREET
“Pub on the High Street close to the train station and main shopping area. Has 4 real ales and selection of other taps and bottles which are not especially interesting. But the ales are well kept and keenly priced, and with the 10% CAMRA discount they do it was £2.88 a pint so very good by London standards. Friendly welcome, decent food menu, seating outside at both the back and the front of the pub. A decent establishment overall.“
Grumbo 1960 days ago
“Uxbridge doesn’t seem awash with great pubs, this one is probably the best from what I’ve seen. It’s in the Good Beer Guide, has 6 real ales available all with small jars containing colour samples in front of the pumps which is a nice touch. Ales I had were well kept and range on offer is from well known to not so well known Brewers. If in Uxbridge, look this one up.“
Grumbo 2246 days ago
56 /100 132 HIGH STREET
“Working in Uxbridge for a few days. Trying the local JDW had to be done (plus not much local choice). 10 ales on tap, 5 mainstream, 5 less so. A decent fridge of craft bottles. Cheap prices (my CAMRA vouchers made it £1.65 a pint). Food was as expected. Clientele was also as expected, the typical mix you get at a JDW. It served its purpose. JDW are good at what they do!“
Grumbo 2254 days ago
56 /100 132 HIGH STREET
“A standard Wetherspoon place but quite small (although there’s a large dining room at the back which was cordoned off). It looks a bit tired, as did the customers. I was there early afternoon and it resembled a community centre or day shelter but it may well be different at other times of day. There are twelve hand pumps with a few local beers alongside the usual ‘spoons range. (Visited 31 March 2015).“
Boudicca 2746 days ago
60 /100 132 HIGH STREET
“Stopped off here briefly on a Friday night driving back North from London. The plus point was that I could park right opposite, something that is impossible in the day given it’s right in the heart of the commercial centre of the London satellite town. Naturally it was packed, and uncomfortably so given it’s quite a small Wetherspoon pub. It has a central doorway between two small windows and this represents the width of the pub, although it does stretch back into the building a short way with the bar set slightly back against the left hand wall. If you can get in here at a less busy time it should have enough ales to please though. Traditionally soft furnished English pub in design.“
ManVsBeer 2806 days ago
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