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Beech Inn, Manchester

72 Beech Road
Chorlton cum Hardy
Postal town: Manchester
M21 9EG

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Al Bundy left this review about Beech Inn

A pub-like pub. 3 roomed with a room to your right as you enter and a room to your left containing the bar. Another room is to the rear. A total of 10 handpumps on the bar with 6 serving the front room consisting of 2 beers from Salamander, 2 from Tim Taylor, one from Adnams and one for Old Rosie Cider. The rear room was served with another Salamander ale and beers from Harviestoun and Moorhouse with the final pump off. I liked this pub.

On 21st October 2016 - rating: 8
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Aqualung . left this review about Beech Inn

This is an original pub as opposed to a shop conversion bar which seemed to be the norm round here. I went in the room at the front which is small but seems to have been recently decorated. I didn't bother to look in the other bar as it had a television in it. The bar has six hand pumps which had Old Rosie Cider, Taylor's Landlord & Golden Best, Everard's Tigeer, Bombardier Burning Gold and Thwaite's Wainwright, not a very interesting selection. I went for the Landlord which was in excellent condition but priced at a whopping £3.70.
This is potentially a good pub but was let down for me by high prices and a dull mainstream beer choice.

On 22nd June 2015 - rating: 4
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ROB Camra left this review about Beech Inn

Traditional 3 roomed pub that is currently undergoing extensive renovation, so it's difficult to say what it will be like when it's finished. When I called in on a Friday evening the walls were all stripped bare, but the pub was still full. A more mature clientele in here than in most places in Chorlton and it's nowhere near as pretentious as its near neighbour the Horse & Jockey. Efficient bar staff served everyone in turn even though it was busy. 10 handpumps were on serving a fairly safe selection of regular ales plus a couple of more adventurous changing guests. My pint was in very good nick and there was a good atmosphere around the pub. I like it in here and will call back next time I'm in Chorlton.

On 23rd April 2013 - rating: 8
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