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Latest reviews from Rotherham

78 /100 29 WESTGATE,
“The better Chantry pub in my opinion, more traditional and with a much better vibe than the New York Tavern. Full range of their ales on and again quality was very good and their prices are most welcome in this day and age.“
Beermenace 1123 days ago
68 /100 84 WESTGATE
“The lesser of the two Chantry pubs in my opinion, the place is acceptable enough but a bit flat in terms of atmosphere. They had the full range of Chantry ales on and my pints of stout were fine, a fair range of bottled beers are on display as well.“
Beermenace 1123 days ago
56 /100 29 WESTGATE,
“Great place...“
Wirralbeerveg 1131 days ago
“Freindly place just 5 mins from the station...“
Wirralbeerveg 1131 days ago
66 /100 29 WESTGATE,
“Free WiFi. Better exterior than the New York Chantry bar, more taps too but less bottle choice. Still very cheap at 1.25 a half pint.“
deanso 1494 days ago
72 /100 84 WESTGATE
“8 taps of their own beers and 5 macro beers. And 45 or so bottled beers (Belgian American German and a couple of UK ciders. Free WiFi. Prices were 1.15' for a half pint but the prices will be going up a bit soon. It has a load of Camera awards on the wall“
deanso 1494 days ago
70 /100 THE CROFTS
“A Wetherspoons only about 10 minutes walk from the train station. Free WiFi. About 10 craft beers on tap with some macro brews too. The bottle selection is ok. Probably the best place in Rotherham“
deanso 1495 days ago
“Very close to the train station. Free wifi. They had only 2 real ales on tap when I visited, one of their own and a guest beer. They had other macro brewed beers on tap. Prices were about 1.40 for a half pint. It's OK.“
deanso 1495 days ago
70 /100 THE CROFTS
“There are a few JDW outlets in Rotherham, and while this may be one of the smaller ones, it’s got a cracking beer selection. Alongside the normal JDW cask/craft offering there’s some Flying Dog, Anchor and Timmermans, which do crop up from time to time in the chain but are always a joy to see. Worth stopping in to refuel and try a beer or two.“
jjsint 2359 days ago
70 /100 84 WESTGATE
“Excellent little pub on Westgate, to the south of the town centre. It’s owned by Chantry, as is the nearby Cutler’s Arms, but the atmosphere and selection are markedly different. The decor is staid, but it’s a relaxed and friendly environment. There’s a cracking bottle selection (well-known US and Belgian names) alongside the nine cask ales. It’s an excellent little boozer, and holds pride of place in a town which has a few good ones.“
jjsint 2359 days ago
68 /100 29 WESTGATE,
“Charming historical pub run by the Chantry brewery and featuring their beers. Quieter than it should be: even on an early Saturday evening (albeit in January) I had the side lounge to myself. The exterior and the etched windows throughout the pub are a treat, as is the decent selection of Chantry’s core range. They claim to have 23 beer taps, and although I’m not disputing this, there’s a fair bit of duplication, and the keg is mostly standard macro. It’s at least worth stepping in.“
jjsint 2360 days ago
50 /100 84 WESTGATE
“Busy pub with most of the Chantry beers on draught. I went on a football night so it was rammed and I didn’t get to see much of it however I did prefer the Cutlers Arms .“
mcroyals 2436 days ago
68 /100 84 WESTGATE
“Chantry Brewery pub. Exceptional value for money, with Chantry New York Pale only £2.00 per pint. Guest beers and a decent bottled beer range, also at decent prices. However, I did find the atmosphere somewhat insular. Much prefer the Cutlers Arms across the road.“
T_i_B 3114 days ago
70 /100 THE CROFTS
“Nice pub in the city centre. A solid range of different ales.“
Cunningham 3367 days ago
“Lovely nice old pub in Rotherham. Close to the railway station. Friendly staff and a nice range of cask ales.“
Cunningham 3368 days ago
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