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Cap 'n' Gown, Worcester

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user reviews of the Cap 'n' Gown, Worcester

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Potentially 4 real ales on, although 3 had run out over the weekend. I went for the one remaining Hooky. And it was superb. Pub is nice enough for a one room open plan building. Would come back for the beer.
Mappiman - 17 Nov 2014 21:17
Called in here hoping to fine good ale and atmosphere. Not a real ale drinkers paradise. Most seem to be later drinkers. Ales limited and not great. Apparently the place is under new landlord, with the promise of music etc. Not a great experience.
EagleEye - 9 Nov 2013 11:42
Cracking place, New managers in, atmosphere is cool but friendly, no nonsense booze, tunes and soon decent snacks - no pretentious crap here, just a long awaited alternative to town centre drinking in Worcester.
boylard - 4 Nov 2013 18:09
Located a short walk from the cathedral, it is OK for a quick pint at the start or end of the evening but not much more.

Selection of foreign beer on draught and a couple of real ale... had the "doom bar" which was reasonable but nothing special.

Seems to be aiming for the more upmarket customer, the night we drank in there a Thursday had a large group of business people drinking champagne.


beershot - 10 Apr 2012 15:22
Beer is well kept, tidy if a little characterless but a good place to watch the sport over a good pint
GarmischP - 9 Feb 2011 17:22
Disregard the below review it was meant for the Cardinals Hat. The hand writing is pretty awful after a few pints.
bee578 - 21 Jun 2009 09:40
Reports of a management change together with a different target consumer. This place is now big on continental largers of all types.It all adds to the variety found amongst Worcester pubs.
bee578 - 21 Jun 2009 09:36
Very bright (not in a good way), PubCo feel and one of the only Pub's in Worcs where everyone seems to stare at you on your way in, unless your really a fan of the Hook Norton beers I think you'd be wasting your time.
Klaude_Martner - 25 Mar 2009 16:58
Rather a soulless one-room town pub, but welcoming staff and locals. Spartan and lacking in soft furnishings. No food. Notable though as being the northernmost tied-house of Hook Norton. Range of Hooky beers well served.
krislee - 28 Oct 2008 14:35
Friendly pub serving Hook Norton Ales. Dog friendly and sport was showing on TV screen. Had a half of Hook Norton Flagship in good condition.
gillhalfpint - 14 Nov 2006 22:56
Friendly town pub serving Hook Norton Ales. Tried the Dark and Flagship, both excellent. Friendly staff and locals.
Caraman - 12 Nov 2006 18:04
Friendly, clean pub with good beer. Doesn't do food apart from snacks that include ring-pull tins of olives, nuts etc. from a space-age dispenser. Five minutes walk from Foregate St station, and well worth it.
joegreen - 10 Aug 2006 14:27

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