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The Farmers Union, Exeter - pub details

Previously called: The Tower

Farmers Union

Address: 16-18 Queens Terrace, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4HR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25410) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Exeter Central (0.2 miles), Exeter St. Davids (0.3 miles), St James' Park (0.7 miles)

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Haven't been in this pub for years. It has had alot of different names over the years the oldest i can recall in when this used to be an irish bar called o'neills.

It has also been called fermats number then a strip bar called the tower inn.
I think the pubs location dosen't do it any favours really. It is neither here or there and often overlooked on the pub crawl into town.

Also having the imperial down the road dosen't help it either.

6/10
montie49 - 25 Aug 2011 17:28
popped into the farmers on a thursday nite all i can say is super pub we had anexcellent night it was curry and a pint for only 5 and there was a quiz on to which was great not too hard and plenty of prizes to be won we actually won 2 bottles of wine and tea bag playing fuzzy ducks, i can reccomend the albert at only 1.99 very drinkable and we will definately be back cheers and thanx for a great night....
bigpit - 2 Nov 2010 21:39
Dead when I visited which is a shame as the Otter,Doom and the Bridgetown ales were still only 1.99 pint, BARGAIN! :-p 8/10
fat_beer_badger - 20 May 2010 00:28
Visited again on Saturday and it was pretty busy at lunchtime. 3 beers on - one from Bridgetown (Alfreds Ale?) at 1.99 which was very good plus Skinners and Sharps.

Tried the food this time - I can only describe it as "OK" and I certainly wouldn't rush back to eat here again.
cheshirecat - 12 Apr 2010 15:23
Visited yesterday after the Beer Festival.

I initially thought that I'd walked into a Spoons - similar furniture, layout and atmosphere although being empty at 1700 on a Saturday can't be a good sign.

4 beers on offer, 2 from the Bridgetown Brewery, one at 1.99. The beer we sampled was fine but it does annoy me to have to keep asking for a top up.

Food menu looked rather expensive compared to the beer.
cheshirecat - 10 Jan 2010 10:42

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