Visited 9/2/2019. Pub 4 on the Fleetwood tour and finally a decent pub. Comfortable surrounding, decent service, friendly customers and a decent range of beers. Good food too. All the things you want in a pub.
Rather large split level pub with an U-shaped bar serving both rooms. Solid cask line with 18 handpumps supported by a fridge with interesting bottles. Good vibe on a Thursday eve. Friendly service. (Visited with Finn 07.02.2019).
Easily the best pub in Fleetwood in terms of both ambience and selection. Very good selection of local cask ales including seven new ones for us. All in good condition. We had fish and chips which was good without being great. There was pleasant music and good service as well. If you find yourself in Fleetwood this is the place to go.
saxo (275) Højbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | February 9, 2019
Best place by far in Fleetwood. Hd seven new beers here and decent fish’n chips. All beers were in good condition and well served.
A bit off the main drag, and more focus on the food. Steamer and Royal Oak seemed a bit more cozy, and this pkace had a bit more emphasis on the sports on TV. Still had real ales, however, so worth a look.
Great range of real ales, ciders, continental and world beers available, great pub grub at decent prices. Friendly staff who give good information on the drinks available. Sky and BT sports are shown in the vaults with nice ambiance music in the bistro and lounge bar. My family loves the pub and eat here often, and enjoy sitting in the beer garden during summer.
Visited on Saturday afternoon, 10th Sep 2016. Big, solid, traditional pub with two distinct sides, plusher on the left on entering, basic tap room to the right (with a Pool Table at the rear), each with their own bar. Real Ale Mecca with 12 Hand-pulls and a selection of unusual draught Lagers/Pilsners also. Going a bit ’foodie’, but we did not eat.
Large pub towards outer part of town but handy for Fleetwood Beer Festival. It is the Brewery Tap for Fuzzy Duck offering 3 to 4 of their beers plus another 3 to 4 guests. They also sell Meantime lagers through keg. The food is pub grub but filling. Families appear to be welcome. Updated rating Feb ’13. No longer tied to Fuzzy Duck after a buy out, now owned by a group of which Syd Little and wife are part. There have been improvements and it is much friendlier now. Still the best pub in Fleetwood for us.