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Pub Of The Month - November 2021 with rpadam on the Pub Forum

The Two Brewers, Rochester

113 High Street
Phone: 01634812448

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Two Brewers

Small but comfortable Shepherd Neame pub with traditional furniture and decor. Partly opened out at some stage to leave the main bar area at the front and a further seating area and counter to the rear. Regular live music advertised. On this visit, I found Master Brew, Whitstable Bay Pale (£4.05, and in fine form), Spitfire and Bishops Finger on the four handpumps. Overall, one of the better bets on Rochester's High Street.

On 2nd December 2018 - rating: 7
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Graham Coombs left this review about The Two Brewers

A small Shepherd Neame pub, cosy and traditional, which has occasional live music and big game sport coverage but otherwise nothing to distract from drinking and socialising.

On 15th August 2018 - rating: 7
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Alan Winfield left this review about The Two Brewers

The Two Brewers is a small Shepherd Neame tied house which is situated quite close to other pubs on the high street.
Once inside there is a narrow oblong shaped room which runs to the rear,the room is carpeted and has pew seating to the front right and normal tables and chairs to the rear,the bar is to the front right.
There were four real ales on the bar,i had a dink of Shepherd Name Master Brew which was a really nice drink,the other beer were Early Bird,Spitfire and Whitstable Bay.
Background music was playing.
This is a very smart and comfortable pub to have a drink in,one i could stay in for a long session.

Pub visited 6/6/2015

On 6th June 2015 - rating: 8
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Steve C left this review about The Two Brewers

The Two Brewers is a small Shepherd Neame pub that had a well-to-do local crowd around the bar during my recent Monday evening visit. This is a Shepherd Neame run pub with a limited draught range and four hand pumps that were drawing Master Brew, Spitfire, Amber Ale and Bishops Finger. I found the service to be friendly and the Master Brew was well served, although I’m not a big fan.
There was some background music from the 60s and 70s playing and I didn’t note the presence of a television. There is a late license until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, but there are reduced hours on Sundays when the doors close at 19:30.

This is a pleasant enough pub, but SN aren’t my favourite brewer so I would probably walk past if I found myself walking down Rochester High Street again.

On 6th March 2013 - rating: 7
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E TA left this review about The Two Brewers

Supposedly Rochester's smallest pub, the Two Brewers dates back to around 1680 and is one of the few proper high street pubs left in the City. Previously and Inde Coope inn, now Shepherd and Neame it consists of a long, narrow bar running the full length of the building, with a staircase in the middle. It's sociable, busy and has a much appreciated absence of gaming machines and other irritants; the tv and projector were both switched off. They claim to have regular live music, but I can't see many people squeezing in to enjoy them. It's a bit gloomy, and the carpeted floor makes it seem a bit tatty, and it's a shame that the original fireplace at the back has been plastered over. It's a welcoming atmosphere, and it's dog friendly. There were 4 ales on, all S&N. I had Late Red, which was in excellent condition. A good place to hide while the Mrs wastes money in the local art and craft shops, and a definite for a City crawl.

On 1st February 2013 - rating: 7
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