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The Wheelwrights Arms, Havant - pub details

Wheelwrights Arms
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Address: 27, Emsworth Rd, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 2SN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11323) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Havant (0.4 miles), Warblington (0.4 miles), Bedhampton (1 mile)

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Pleased to say that things are as good as the last review, (but why has no one else reviewed or commented on this pub for over 3 years now?!?!?!). Entry in 2019 GBG so local CAMRA have visited, suggest they spread the word on the other platforms that champion good beer. Still run by Upham as part of a large but relatively local chain.
Busy Monday evening, with the local music club, and 2 receptions, but still space for a beer and a bite.
5 pumps available, but only 3 in use mid week. The flagship Upham Porter ran out by 7pm and no more in the cellar, which was disappointing. Perhaps stock levels need to be reviewed by the brewery, especially around rugby 6 Nations time. I did get a pint earlier this evening and it was excellent - classic English copper coloured traditional bitter and one of the best I have drunk anywhere for quite some time, so great shame it ran out. Choice was then fff Forward Pass and Upham Cherokee.
Varied food menu, tasty prawn starter, but a little disappointed to only find 4 prawns for my money. Steak was fantastic, chips and vine tomatoes good too.
TonyMitch - 4 Feb 2019 20:16
Vastly improved since being taken over and tastefully renovated by Upham Brewery who usually have at least 3 of their rather good ales on hand pump. Knowledgeable and pleasant bar staff make it a very welcome place to visit and the little attentions to detail are worth discovering. Good car park and very convenient for the nearby Spring Arts Centre (which doesn't sell draft beer).
markopolo - 8 Jan 2015 14:17
Recently taken over by the Upham Brewery so worth visiting as they don't muck about.
markopolo - 23 Aug 2014 09:28
This pub could be great given the right management. It must upscale the food offer beyond Sunday roasts, and appeal to the local clientele who are desperate for a decent pub offering good food, a real welcome, good real ales, and a year-round hospitality. It has all the requisites for success - location, parking, space and a kitchen, but it has stubbornly failed to capitalise on these.
I've had a few very pleasant beers outside on the terrace, so the potential is there for the taking.
heliopolis - 22 Jul 2009 17:25
Didn't last long this time either. Still, there are other pubs. I feel sorry for the staff and wish them well.
Starsky_and_Hutch - 20 Apr 2009 05:02

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