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The Two Brewers, Windsor - pub details

Two Brewers
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Address: 34 Park Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1LB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2734) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Windsor & Eton Central (0.3 miles), Windsor & Eton Riverside (0.4 miles), Datchet (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 52 users)
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Made a return visit to the Two Brewers on Wednesday evening and managed to get a table this time. It always seems to be packed. Still full of character, especially when it's dark. There were plenty of people for meals. The only disappointment for me is that the 3 ales remain the same all the time - Pride, Doom Bar & Tribute.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Dec 2015 20:45
Pub number 3 and even though it’s a decent pub with a lovely interior it was the most disappointing of the day.

A combination of being Bank Holiday Monday and very nice weather the outside seating area to the front was packed and it was pretty busy inside too. However the first thing I notice on entering the pub is the extremely strong smell of fish. I know it’s lunch time but the smell is really strong and off putting, it made me grab my drink and head outside.

On the drink front there were 3 ales on cask which were Fullers London Pride, Sharp’s Doom Bar and St Austell Tribute. Not fancying any of these I went for a pint of Orchard cider.

Back to the interior, there’s plenty regarding old history on the walls along with a large amount of books, a very decent collection of matchboxes and most importantly The Royal Standard which was hanging from the ceiling.

Being by the entrance to the park this pub does attract a lot of tourists. The pub is externally well kept with lots of attractive hanging baskets and is very welcoming to said tourists…however it’s not a pub I would rush back to as it’s now been ticked!
lezford - 4 Jun 2015 14:04
Fantastic little pub at the end of the main street in Windsor and adjacent to the Long Walk. Tourists to the town must love this pub. It's an archetypal English pub with 2 small rooms and loads of character. It was very busy late yesterday evening with a mixture of locals and tourists. It does serve real ale (Doom Bar, Tribute & London Pride). But the main reason to visit is to savour the atmosphere. Probably a 9/10 for the pub but only 4 or 5 for the beers. So 7/10 for me.
blue_scrumpy - 31 May 2013 20:44
Still think this is a great looking pub - fantastic interior, nice atmosphere BUT they seem to have gone back to Fuller's 'London Pride'/Molson-Coors "Doom Bar"/St Austell 'Tribute' as the only beers. Not an interesting selection really. Tribute is OK if in good nick but last time I was in I Had a 'Doom Bore' and Tribute and they were both very average - not 'take back' bad , but not particularly enjoyable. Looking round, most of the tables seemed to have a wine bottle on them, and the pint glasses were usually Guinness or lager so perhaps the regular clientele aren't too bothered. Seems like a wasted opportunity though - there's agreat local brewery (Windsor & Eton) - just ONE consistently good real ale and I'd mark this as a 9. Doesn't have to be anything flash - just a good bog-standard bitter. I'm still going to drink in there as it's a nice place, but hope to see a change in beer
Upton_Parker - 16 Mar 2012 12:17
This pub is fab. Its a genuine, proper pub, whereas many other pubs in central Windsor are much 'yoof bars' - and not very good ones at that!

There is one fly in the ointment whoever. The surly staff. The long serving bar maids, actually - one in particular, will growl at you for no reason whatsoever. I don't need to be brown nosed, but the occasional hello, excuse me, or even, perhaps, just a little smile - would be an easy give.

The brusque, curt, non engaging manner does not make me want to return to this otherwise very pleasant pub.

Whats a shame.

Scored it a 6, would have been a 9 if not for the rottweiler on diazipam attitude.
Jimboy99 - 29 Feb 2012 14:40

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