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

Latest reviews from Middlesbrough

66 /100 7 BAKER STREET
“Visited on 30th November celebrating a great comeback from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Darlington. Single roomed venue on a street with quite a few pubs. Decir smart. Lots of The plus some football memorabilia adorn the walls. 3 handpulls plus 6 keg macros. Quite loud on a Sat night and busy with locals. Seems to have 1 or 2 locals on tap. Price was £3.50 a pint. Service friendly. Decent enough.“
WingmanWillis 362 days ago
84 /100 7 BAKER STREET
“Lovely micropub, with nice selection of ales that locals told me vary all the time. A local recommended me what to have, the name of which I've forgotten but which was lovely. Friendly customers and staff. A pub crawl round the several close-to-one-another mictopubs in Middlesbrough is special, and Sherlock's is a good place to start.“
spiffero 1009 days ago
70 /100 7 BAKER STREET
“Cosy micropub on Baker Street in central Middlesbrough with 3 cask ale handpulls, 4 taps plus bottles available. Bar is at the back of the room, with some tables & chairs and two TVs on the front walls. Nicely decked out and well worth a visit.“
danlo 2197 days ago
68 /100 11-13 BAKER STREET
“Finally Middlesbrough joins the craft beer scene. This new bar has 3 hand pumps dispensing beers from some of the more innovative local brewers. In fridges have a selection of beers from the usual US suspects. Expect Brooklyn, Goose Island, Flying Dog etc, but nothing you won’t have tried before. Friendly staff and funky decor earn it brownie points. Not awesome, but about as good as it gets in Boro.“
gegwilson 2375 days ago
“Large pub with a studenty vibe situated on Teeside University campus in central Middlesbrough. Handpulls with 4 cask real ales and 1 cider available at reasonable prices.“
danlo 2423 days ago
“Small converted shopfront on outskirts of Middlesbrough centre serving fast rotating selection of 4 cask beers, 2 ciders and a perry. Afew basic tables & chairs, quiet during the day and crammed in the evenings. The facebook page looks to be getting kept up to date with what’s currently available.“
danlo 2428 days ago
58 /100 228 LINTHORPE
“Sprawling JDW pub slightly out of the centre of Middlesbrough with a traditional style interior. Selection of 10 handpulls with cheap JDW prices, food, regular beer festivals.“
danlo 2428 days ago
“JDW Lloyd’s No 1 in central Middlesbrough. Modern interior over 2 levels with open area above central bar and large TV screens. Cheap JDW prices, food and festival beers.“
danlo 2428 days ago
“Great little micro pub in Linthorpe - finally somewhere other than Wetherspoons that has a decent pint of real ale. 4 handpumps serve an ever changing range of real ales. The current selection can be found on Dr Phil’s facebook page. There’s real cider and perry too plus a hand full of bottled beers from around the world. With room for only around 30 punters it can get pretty cosy.“
gegwilson 2576 days ago
64 /100 228 LINTHORPE
“With the usual range of real ale and international bottled beers on offer this Wetherspoons is as good as it gets in Middlesbrough. It’s hard to find another hand pump in the city centre. It actually has quite a nice atmosphere and feels more intimate than many Weatherspoons. Not at all bad.“
gegwilson 2580 days ago
58 /100 61 WILSON STREET
“Wetherspoons pub near Middlesbrough station, with a good range of cask ales on tap. Traditional type pub interior around a main bar, cheap JDW prices and food, regular beer festivals.“
danlo 2593 days ago
66 /100 228 LINTHORPE
“Just out of the main centre, but no more than a short walk, this Wetherspoon is closest to Teeside University and has plenty of soft furnishings in a low ceiling environment, so this is probably the cosiest of all of the chain’s pubs in the urban area. It is also the smallest as the drinking and seating area is deceptively small compared to the size of the building. At the front there is a small garden area that faces out onto the main road, but more than suitable if you can get a spot on a hot day. There’s two rows of ale pumps at the bar.“
ManVsBeer 2787 days ago
“The Lloyd’s Bar of the several Wetherspoon pubs in Middlesbrough, so it plays music and has a DJ booth for when the moment is right. Inside the decor is not any different to the other outlets of this chain in the town, preferring a mostly wooden design that is appealing and comfortable. It is probably the most interesting building of them all as well, with a very high ceiling that allows a balcony level with a winding staircase to take you up to it. There are ales on two rows of pumps at the bar and a double-decker video screen behind the servers so that you don’t miss out on any sports action on either level.“
ManVsBeer 2787 days ago
66 /100 61 WILSON STREET
“The closest Wetherspoon in Middlesbrough to the train station, it is almost situated in a back street given its proximity to the elevated main road in front of it. Inside it has plenty of space with the usual uniform wooden tables and warming carpet to create a pleasant soft furnished atmosphere. The bar is central to everything and there are two rows of real ales available on pumps.“
ManVsBeer 2787 days ago
70 /100 228 LINTHORPE
“Large modern JDW pub in the student area of Middlesbrough. Manages to have one of the best selection of real ales of all JDW bars in the area and is the best I'm terms of ambiance. Student service diminishes it slightly and no TV means even a glimpse of sport is out.“
DnAuK 3142 days ago
“Large, well presented bar in the student area of Middlesbrough. Plenty of outdoor space, sports shown over several TVs, and real ale at decent prices, always served well. What more do you want?“
DnAuK 3142 days ago
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