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Chesterfields at Mickle Trafford near Chester is a top quality gastropub. 

 

They have it all, the building, furnishings and all round atmosphere is cool with great attention to detail.

 

The people, however, are what makes this drinkery/eatery a special place - the friendliest welcome you are likely to get in Cheshire.

 

Click the button above to go to their website or better still, book a table and go see for yourself.

 

Make sure you sign up for their newsletter - always loads going on and a great time to be had.

 

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The Red Fox at Thornton Hough is a relatively new addition to the Brunning & Price stable.

 

Set in impressive grounds this old manor house is the home to one of Wirral's top gastropubs.

 

Basically, this is everything you would expect from a company that has great local pubs such as Olde Harkers Arms in Chester in it's estate.

 

Booking is unsurprisingly a must at busy times (although they do hold some tables for impromptu guests) and this is testament to the great food, beer and staff they have.

 

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Christleton's Ring O Bells is the beating heart of this pretty little village just outside of Chester.

 

Attentive and friendly staff will serve you with food and beers that many establishments can simply only aspire to.

 

When you walk in you are greeted by the sight of locally and freshly made cakes and an excellent selection of beers on the bar.

 

It is obvious that everyone here takes pride in this lovely pub and what it means to locals and visitors alike.

 

Take your choice of just a beer in the bar or if you are hungry a freshly prepared meal in the pub or the beautifully presented conservatory.

 

Always a pleasure to visit, this is one of our favourites for an after-brewing pint.

 

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The Pheasant Inn - wow, what a view!

 

Nestled in the hills at Burwardsley near Tattenhall this is a fantastic pub/restaurant. 

 

Even though it's a little off the beaten track it is well worth the effort to get there for the views alone - right across the Cheshire Plain towards Liverpool.

 

The food and beer at the Pheasant is only rivalled by this pub's friendly staff and excellent service.

 

A real favourite for those in the know, you should book a table at busy times. 

 

Nothing beats a walk on the Sandstone Trail and then a fortifying pint and a fantastic meal any time of the year.

 

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The Greyhound Inn at Saughall near Chester has relatively recently had new management and they have great ambitions for this traditional country village pub.

 

Focussing on providing good quality food and beer, mostly locally sourced, the Greyhound has a lot to offer, not least in terms of their warm welcome.

 

Boasting eight handpulled real ales, surely there is a beer to be found here for the most discerning palate.

 

If you live or are staying in Chester, or are travelling along the Chester High Road (A540) between Chester and the Wirral, or Sealand Road between the Greyhound Retail Park and Deeside, then why not make the short trip to Saughall for a pint and a bite to eat.

 

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The White Lion at West Kirby on Wirral is truly a gem of a pub for anyone who likes well kept beer in a olde worlde setting.

 

Little nooks and crannies inside this pub, the only truly traditional one in West Kirby, means that you can have a quiet and relaxing pint on your own or perhaps, if you are in the mood, have a chat with the friendly regulars at the bar.

 

The fact that they have such a strong and loyal following speaks for itself but at the heart of it is the Landlord and Lady who are always willing to chat, especially about their beers. They are right to be proud of their pub and their unapologetic insistance that what makes a great pub is the people and how well you keep your beer.

 

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No trip to Liverpool is complete without a visit to the beer-temple that is the Ship and Mitre.

 

No less than sixteen real ale handpulls, loads of interesting lagers and ciders, a bottle shop with beers from all over the world and the scariest cellar drop in the city.

 

If you see a guy holding onto an 18 gallon cask standing at the drop - leave him alone - he's concentrating!

 

Get yourself inside, buy yourself a pint and watch all of the city life go by. 

 

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If you've had a pint in the Ship and Mitre then you should definitely have one just up the road at the Vernon Arms.

 

A proper city 'boozer' Jimmy keeps his beers well and knows what his customers like.

 

A good place to have a few pints while the game is on.

 

Sean (our apprentice) loves this place because everytime we deliver the landlord lets him keep the change to either; 1, Get some sweets, or 2, Fix his bike. (Sean looks a bit young to be doing this brewery stuff - and we aren't jealous at all...)

 

It's that kind of place and we love it.

 

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The Galley. Next to the Ellesmere Port Boat Museum just off Junction 9 M53.
 

A family run restaurant in the former "Jabula" building Tom the owner/manager has his sights set on becoming a must visit eaterie. With a full refurbishment in April 2016 The Galley has been transformed into a top quality but reasonably priced restaurant serving excellent bottled ales to go with a good menu of traditional English dishes. Plans are being made to offer regular 'specials' evenings and as Tom really knows his beer he welcomes requests to help you match the beer to your food.


When you visit tell Tom you saw The Galley on our website!

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