This distinctive pub has featured in the CAMRA National Good Beer Guide since 1994! You'll find a friendly welcome inside this busy street corner local. It's highly decorated with various ornaments, which give it a gread deal of character.
Style: Sour - Other ABV: 5.60% Brewery: The Kernel Brewery Last seen:
Oh No, It's Crimefighter
Style: IPA - Imperial / Double ABV: 8.00% Brewery: Dig Brew Co Last seen:
Style: Lager - Pale ABV: 5.40% Brewery: Grupo Damm Last seen:
Pale Ale - Chinook & Vic Secret
Style: Pale Ale - American ABV: 4.50% Brewery: Newbarns Brewery Last seen:
Foeder Lager: Tettnanger
Style: Lager - Pale ABV: 4.80% Brewery: The Kernel Brewery Last seen:
Washed In Black
Style: Stout - Oatmeal ABV: 5.00% Brewery: Lost Industry Last seen:
Style: Pale Ale - American ABV: 4.00% Brewery: MBH Mobberley Brewhouse Last seen:
Style: Farmhouse Ale - Saison ABV: 5.00% Brewery: Pressure Drop Brewing Last seen:
Style: IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV: 2.80% Brewery: Whiplash Last seen:
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A truly great-looking pub, close the city centre. And when the bar isn't crowded and the staff can be bothered to tear themselves away from the conversation they're having with their friends, the beer is usually pretty good.
I've not eaten here but the food does look nice.
The decor hasn't really changed for the last, well, ever. It could do with a good clean, too.
Expect lengthy waits for service on busy days, as the bar is tiny and crowded with the bar staff's friends.
Reviewed by Michelle White on
A fantastic pub with an excellent atmosphere, relaxed and upbeat. Ever-changing ranges of ales, interesting and engaging menu ideas. A pub with a heart still beating inside.
Reviewed by Ian Corsford on
The Rutland Arms is becoming a disappointment. Last time I visited two of the beers were not available and within the past month friends have visited and found that there was no real ale at all. The only beer was bottled, or else lager (shudder).
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