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The Steamer, Fleetwood

Queens Terrace

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Will Larter left this review about The Steamer

This surprisingly large old pub has been opened out substantially, but the bar counter still has remnants of the sliding glass screens whose retention would have seen it included in Camra's inventory of historic interiors. It's still an interesting and pleasant pub, though perhaps has too many beers for the amount of custom they get in the winter months. I met some of my Luton Town mates for a beer or two pre-match (this time last year), and some of the beers we had were not really up to scratch. I still wouldn't mind returning next time we're in the same league as Fleetwood Town, though.

Date of visit: 16th February 2019

On 18th February 2020 - rating: 6
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Al Bundy left this review about The Steamer

This large corner pub isn't too bad. Quiet on this afternoon visit. A couple of real ales available.

On 11th September 2015 - rating: 6
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ROB Camra left this review about The Steamer

Called in again and there was a live band blasting out Beatles covers etc. I had a pint of a Caledonian beer whose name escapes me. Sadly there was a group of intimidating low life boneheads in the pub making a real racket. We had a quick one and left, get rid of the dipsticks please.

After giving this place a miss last year we called in again. 4 beers on this time all from Caledonian. My pints of Over The Bar & EPA were both in decent nick and the other half says her red wine was fine. I'm not sure where this pub is going now, it's obviously not the real ale destination it once was, but it seems to be doing OK.

Called in again after this years festival. Very quiet and a very poor selection of beers. I had to have a Bombardier it was that poor a selection. It was a decent pint though. Why not try stocking some interesting beers guys?

Called in on Saturday after the beer festival. This is a popular pub that has live music on Saturdays. It's a one roomer now, but it has several distinct areas. Has a very badly designed bar that has wooden pillars every 4 feet or so which makes seeing what beer is on pretty difficult. 6 handpumps but only 4 beers on Saturday, all from the nationals. I had a couple of pints of something, I don't remember what they were as they weren't very interesting, but they were both well kept. One unusual feature is a full size snooker table. It's not really my sort of pub this, but it does what it does very well and in Fleetwood I suppose it's a bit of a gem.

On 23rd February 2014 - rating: 5
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Peter Rydings left this review about The Steamer

was once a very busy pub but was very quiet no one in mid afternoon had to wait for land lady to finish on laptop got two pints of hand pull not very good she just about threw them at us to get back to her lap top long time before we call back

On 26th January 2014 - no rating submitted
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Sam Millar left this review about The Steamer

This large one room pub is situated just across from the famous "Fleetwood Market" and is convenient to both bus and tram stops. It's in CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2010 but I find the real ale can be a bit "hit or miss". Good value "basic" food served. Venue for the Fleetwood Folk Club which meets every Thursday.

On 26th February 2010 - rating: 6
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