Great place. Wish I had dropped by sooner. Great selection of Ontario Craft brews on Tap with more then a few rotating taps. The staff were excellent and very attentive and knowledgeable. Fantastic pub food. Highly recomended.
2010-05-01. Stopped in after getting rained out of the Aberfoyle market. Drove past it since it does not look anything like a pub from the outside! The interior is about what you’d expect from a house turned pub. It was pretty quiet it when we were there but Mabel said it was crazy busy the previous time she was there. Server was friendly and seemed to know at least a bit about the beer, which were mostly Ontario craft brews with a couple of hand pumps. Ordered a mushroom and something quesadila which was tasty but lacking in cheese. French onion soup was delicious. Worth a stop if you are in town but I do not think I would make a special trip.
the wooly is an enjoyable stop in guelph. its one of the only places id go just for a pint. the old house has a lot of character and the service is knowledgable. always 3 casks on and they are always in good form. 2 house brews from F & M help tickers. worth a stop if your in guelph.
Visited on a Saturday afternoon last August, this converted old house has a couple rooms and few locals seemingly permanently installed by the bar. Tap list is nothing special, typical Ontario pub fare with a couple interesting items thrown in the melee. Friendly service but confused by two 20-somethings coming in in the middle of the day for a pint. Didn’t try the food. Might return if I was in the area but it didn’t knock my socks off.
This has that smaller city friendly relaxed feel to it. Mostly uiniversity types, plus us, plus several already intoxicated types walking in. Bargirls were efficient and yet friendly enough. Some knowledge on the beers. Food is same quality and price as in the Toronto metro region. I think 14 taps, at good carbonation, plus 3 consatnt casks. Pints were comaprable to Toronto metro. Everything fresh.Easy to get parking. Good local selection and a seasonal. I was impressed overall. I would come here again.
Great little Brit-style pub in an old Guelph home. Excellent collection of microbrews for folks like me who want to try everything once. The waitress asked what my favourites were, recommended a St Ambroise Oatmeal Stout, and she was dead on. Had the blackened bison burger with fries, excellent higher-end pub fare. I’d definitely go back.
Good pub located in an old victorian house. Service was fast, and staff knew their stuff when I was there. On tap were about half dozen ontario micros, wellington and F & M to name some. Sleeman too. Also on tap were three beers from McAuslan, and two from Unibroue. Had a cask of Macleans which was nice. Good ambiance. I’ll be returning.
Guelph’s own establishment of The Arrow Neighbourhood Pub Group - a very hospitable local pub in a beautiful Victorian house with a wrapped veranda. As with the other Arrow locations, the Woolwich has the regular pubfare menu with enphasis on freshness and portions - it doesn’t knock the reputation. I had the burger and fries and was quite full. There was Wellington SPA and Ironwood cider - both highly recommended.
Crit (151) Surrey, British Columbia | March 29, 2005| Updated September 18, 2008
Some interesting hard to find beers, geat ambiance...very cozy. Good selection of quality food.