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Submitted on Wednesday, 29th April 2009
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The John Masefield (JD Wetherspoon) in Wirral

This is a fairly typical smaller shop conversion Spoons. It consists of a roughly square single room with typical furniture and fittings. On the plus side the food clubs here are cheaper than average and they had a decent ale selection.
The ten hand pumps had the two GK beers, Peerless Tectonic doubled, Salopian Kashmir, Titanic Plum Porter, Beartown Urse Minor, Saltaire New World Red, Woods Shropshire Lass and Coach House Rabbits Punch. I went for the Tectonic (£2.65) which was excellent.
I thought this was a good Spoons.
Reviewed by Aqualung .

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Request to mark pub as open submitted by Paul Haddon, with included notes: re-opened nov 26th 2016 according to facebook
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