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Acre, Windsor

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Donnelly House, Victoria Street
Phone: 01753841083

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hondo . left this review about Acre

A club ( members get a discount) but it is open to the public. 3 real ales served.

On 22nd October 2018 - no rating submitted
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Quinno _ left this review about Acre

Continues to maintain a consistently impressive standard. A cert for any crawl.

December 2015
A revisit that was too brief on our crawl and we did almost sack off the idea of crawling and just settle in here for a few. Three local ales on; Binghams Pacifica, W&E Guardsman (excellent shape), Twickenham Naked Ladies (very good). Still keenly-priced too. Two TVs with different sports quietly on the go, Davis Cup tennis and Test Match cricket. Nice, easy-going atmosphere. A no-brainer destination in Windsor. Rated 8

December 2014
Has had a tarting-up inside but the general vibe remains the same. My W&E Guardsman was very good, if a tad cold. Do this one. Rated 8

April 2014
Liberal club bar that is now open to the general public. Up a few steps to enter through a lobby with a table containing some CAMRA mags and other publications. Interior is a single open plan room decorated in a classic 60’s/70’s loungey way. Fully carpeted with fabric banquettes and comfy fabric-clad chairs. Dedicated darts area, with a game in progress. Rear smoking patio. Plasma screen showing News 24 quietly which was ditched by the incoming shift barmaid for a wedge of ABBA, which she then merrily sang along to behind the bar. Some framed black and white photos of guitarists, none of whom I recognized. Three ales at the bar; WEBREW Guardsman and Red Rye (a little warm but in good shape) and Binghams Bee, all fairly cheap by the usual SL4 standards. A selection of generously-filled rolls available for a very reasonable £1.70, my BLT had quite an emphasis on the B. Punters mainly middle-aged blokes, most of whom appeared to be drinking Smoothflow crap - ripe for conversion? Chess and dominoes plus daily papers available. Home-made curry night advertised. All-in-all, a good addition to the Windsor scene and worth seeking out. Rated 8

On 15th December 2017 - rating: 8
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