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Pub Of The Month - July 2020 with sheffield hatter on the Pub Forum

BrewDog Oxford, St Clements, Oxford

119 Cowley Road

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Punch Taverns

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Tris C left this review about BrewDog Oxford

Yet another first into a Growley Road pub, formerly the New Inn, with the Allsopp's Burton Ales sign still covered up.
Inside, you know what to expect with of course no real ale. What I wasn't expecting was the pricing structure: prices are given by size - pint, half, or 2/3rds - and only available in the specified sizes. So some drinks are served in either pint, half or 2/3rds only. If you want a half of something advertised as a pint, that's fine but you'll still have to pay the price of a pint if you opt for a half, presumably therefore if something is sold as a half, you can't buy a pint? Or is a pint the price of a half(!?).
No thanks, so I was off. This probably appeals if you're into BrewDogging, but this isn't my thing so I'll not be back, especially given that the prices here are probably some of the highest in the city and the location is none too desirable.

On 23rd December 2019 - no rating submitted
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Komakino . left this review about BrewDog Oxford

Now completely BrewDogified (what a horrible word) along with the standard cinema frontage beer selection above and behind the bar. All keg as you'd expect with a variety of styles available along with bottles and cans in the fridge. The booths opposite the bar are now converted to cages and the area beyond the bar is all high-seated communal tables. Not one of BrewDog's best efforts, but nonetheless it was packed on a Sunday evening visit and the staff were on great form, and had disparaging Twitter quotes about BrewDog on the back of their shirts which was a great British self-depracating touch. People love or hate 'em, but they've resurrected a dying pub here so handclaps all 'round.

On 30th October 2017 - rating: 6
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Quinno _ left this review about Harry's

"Recently changed hands, now called Harry's, and has 6 real ales including a range of Shotover Ales sold as Morse/Lewis themed house beers" (local CAMRA)

May 2014 (as Corridor)
One unclipped ale pump. Previously called the New Inn, around 10 years back.

On 1st June 2016 - no rating submitted
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