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The White Bear, Middlewich

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
Wheelock Street
CW10 9AG

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Bucking Fastard left this review about The White Bear

An impressive building,most likely a coaching inn,has been lovingly restored and given an impressive refurb at no little cost.Through the solid entrance,you are met by a series of high tables in front of the bar and a restaurant to the left.To the right is a seating area using wooden chests as tables,with fitted bench seating and a couple of long tables for bigger groups.The wall mounted large French clock in this section is a feature,as is the impressive thickness of the window surrounds . The modern decor gives a bright and confident atmosphere,even the muzak was upbeat rap.Plenty of folk were either eating or drinking on my Sunday evening visit,and the two activities are quite seperate,a good thing and easy to achieve given the large internal space.
At the bar are four handpumps serving Allgates Vanilla Porter and Napolean's Retreat,Tatton Gold and a decent Beartown White Bear as the house beer.There is also a decent range of bottled beer available.
Some may think the interior a bit too trendy,but I thought it worked well and along with The Kings Lock this seemed another good pub to visit if you are in Middlewich and enjoy a lively atmosphere.

On 30th July 2014 - rating: 8
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