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White Lion Inn, West Kirby

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Much improved on the ale front - the Peerless Red IPA being the best of the four ales on. The pub is a mix of sandstone columns and beams and is a few minutes away from West Kirby station.
Snarling_Mallard - 7 Oct 2019 23:20
Went in here at 9pm last Saturday night. Less than half full but a quiet, pleasant atmosphere. Four ales available - Courage Directors, Black Sheep Bitter, Brimstage Scarecrow and Clarkes Traditional. Tried the Scarecrow and it was a nice well kept pint.
wirraldrinker - 24 Sep 2012 09:45
Traditional pub with a warm atmosphere and a selection of 4 ales - Courage Directors, Black Sheep Best, Fullers ESB & Moorhouses Black Cat. The landlord and locals appeared fairly friendly. A proper pub. But sadly not as busy as the nearby Wetherspoons.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2012 20:59
Called in on Friday before Bank Holiday. I have to say the Peerless Red Rocks was superb, only problem it ran out. What a brill pub with an excellent beer garden, certainly the best in West Kirby.
cannyannie - 6 Jun 2011 14:01
After quaffing several pints in the Moby Dick and the Ring 'O Bells we sauntered down a pathway past the beautiful church. This led us to a quite magical park. We came out almost opposite the White Lion Inn. We had been there once before,and it was exactly the same as it should be. Being a fine Good Friday, we took our ale and cider to the garden where we found many others taking advantage of the fine weather. It's moments like that that make you feel glad to be alive. I'll tell tell you we supped some good beer in West Kirby and we'll be back.
shouldersarms - 13 May 2011 16:36
expensive went there last night at dead on 11 told RUDELY no more will not go there again
johnston - 13 Mar 2011 11:41
I met a mate here this afternoon and this time we sat inside this small pub. There were a few mainly elderly customers. A pleasant place for a chat. The quiet background music wasn't intrusive.
I enjoyed four pints of Brimstage 'Trappers Hat' and my mate had four pints of St Austell 'Tribute'. I will return.

wirraldrinker - 6 Jul 2010 22:30
I had a very acceptable pint of Young's Bitter here this afternoon. The other ale available was Black Sheep.
I sat in the rear beer garden (which is about five times the size of the pub) in lovely sunshine and enjoyed my drink.

wirraldrinker - 19 Jun 2010 19:51
Small traditional pub that doesn't take many people to make it crowded. Several real ales.
happytyskie - 13 Nov 2008 14:23
Nice little pub with brasses on sandstone walls, split leve with the bar at the back. Quite on a Friday night at 7:30 when we called but the beer was good.
Wirral_RealAlians - 26 Mar 2008 22:43
The worst pint my mate and I have ever had, He dropped dead 3 days later, So he through the towel in and I have to agree, but i wont go that far, call me a coward but i did manage to drink the first quater.
nice building ok customers 2 points
anonymous - 22 Aug 2006 15:09

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