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The Tipsy Pig, Romsey Central, Romsey

Pub added by Anonymous User
45 Latimer Street
SO51 8DF
Phone: 01794651102

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Moby Duck left this review about The Tipsy Pig

This place has totally changed from the earlier reviews, it's now a full blown craft pub, wooden floored with pine paneling and grey painted walls, it's opened out, bright and airy inside. Impressively there were eight cask from three breweries, Vibrant Forest,Animal and Way Outback and about the same again in craft keg with a couple of other breweries involved. It is pretty much London prices in here but is something totally different from all the other pubs in town , a positive and quite brave move.

On 6th August 2017 - rating: 8
[User has posted 1295 recommendations about 1282 pubs]

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Quinno _ left this review about William IV

Looks quite swish from the outside, however inside it’s a fairly basic locals boozer with an odd triangular entrance and high ceiling. Opened-out inside with a ground floor bar area and a raised rear games area with darts, pool and a jukebox (live music also advertised). There are some oddly high-end touches, such as the framed sepia prints of old Romsey, a proper fire and a large collection of hanging jugs off a couple of ceiling beams. Two large screens with Sky Sports on the go. Two pumps at the bar, both with St Austell clips - Tribute (decent nick) and Proper Job (unavailable, clip turned). A large collection of trophies and shields atop the bar back, presumably attesting to the locals sporting prowess. An odd one, quite schizophrenic and not particularly convincing.

On 27th January 2016 - rating: 5
[User has posted 3921 recommendations about 3909 pubs]

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Graham Coombs left this review about William IV

Backstreet pub bordering between the unspoilt and the squalid but tending to the latter. The presence of handpumps with a couple of Flacks Manor beers aroused hope; sadly its condition matched that of the pub. One extended room with the bar to the side and a pool table at the rear. Could be a gem. Isn't.

On 18th January 2013 - rating: 2
[User has posted 2047 recommendations about 2002 pubs]

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Chris 87 left this review about William IV

A dreadful town centre pub that could and should be so much better. Upon entering, I realised too late there was no ale available and chose a pint of guinness, for which I was charged the exorbitant sum of £3.40. I sat in a corner yet could not escape the twin invasions of trance music on the stereo and Jeremy Kyle on the television. I wolfed down my stout and made a quick exit. Truly one of the worst pubs I've ever had the misfortune to stumble into.

On 18th June 2009 - rating: 1
[User has posted 179 recommendations about 179 pubs]