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

Latest reviews from Rushden

70 /100 UNIT L8, WEST TERRACE, RUSHDEN LAKES SHOPPING CENTRE
“Craft beer bar in the corner of Rushden Lakes - a huge complex containing a shopping centre, cinema & restaurants. A slightly odd location for a bar but what do i know. 15-20 keg lines pouring. Nothing of interest in the fridge for takeaway (i was driving). Enthusiastic & patient staff. It wasn't busy at 4pm on a Saturday afternoon.“
Cheeseboard 225 days ago
78 /100 UNIT L8, WEST TERRACE, RUSHDEN LAKES SHOPPING CENTRE
“Visited 5&6/9/2020. Super escape from the busy Rushden Lakes shopping experience. Much larger than the General with many more taps but without the craft fridges. Flights available. Very friendly staff. Nice atmosphere, pool table. Highlight of the shopping weekend at the Lakes (for me anyway).“
Grumbo 482 days ago
84 /100 COLLEGE STREET
“Visited 5/9/2020. Cracking little place. Great atmosphere. Nice selection of craft from local and national breweries on tap with a big beer fridge for drink in or take out. The chap running the bar was chatty, the few locals who were there were friendly, super music selection playing. Really enjoyable visit.“
Grumbo 483 days ago
86 /100 COLLEGE STREET
“It's a sign of the times when smaller towns like Rushden have bars like this. Right across from what may be the oldest Bingo hall in the universe, the Hopmaster General exudes comfort and modernity. Board games and posh pub snacks but alas no WiFi. 6 cask and 6 keg plus a handful of ciders and 70 or so bottles/cans. You can get some good traditional cask ale here from Downton and Nobby's, or you can indulge in the more progressive delights of Siren, Cloudwater and Wild Beer. Growlers available, and all bottled beers are refrigerated, and the 20% off for takeout buffers the fairly high price. An unbelievable place to appear on the Rushden beer scene.“
jjsint 1718 days ago
78 /100 THE OLD STATION, RECTORY ROAD
“An excellent private members club, with 7 ales and a cider. There are fairly regular open days (check the website) and at any rate you can drink here for a very small fee as a non-member. Beers in excellent condition. Some interesting ales on offer, including one mild and usually one strongish one. Phipps IPA is a regular, with Salopian Golden Thread almost a mainstay as well.“
jjsint 3004 days ago
100 /100 THE OLD STATION, RECTORY ROAD
“A gaslit, coal fire real ale lover’s dream. Seven real ales always on offer, with pump 0 offering a dark ale at all times and 1-6 increasing in strength to 7% and beyond. The selection is ever changing, with local ales being showcased alongside choice brews from around the country. The cellarman takes exceptional care of the ales to ensure they are always well presented. Prices are exceptionally keen, with ale ranging from around £2.40 for a 3.6% to around £3.20 for a 7.5%. A small and very friendly venue, this is a private members club, although guests may visit for a £1 charge per visit. An absolute hidden gem.“
PB1976 3037 days ago
72 /100 143 HIGH STREET
“Newish and well-above-average Wetherspoons near Asda and the Historical Transport Society. Ten handpumps for real ale and cider. Some good choices always available.“
jjsint 3130 days ago
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