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The Potters Arms, Chorley - pub details

Potters Arms
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Address: 42 Brooke Street, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 3BY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38562) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chorley (0.3 miles), Euxton Balshaw Lane (2.3 miles), Adlington - Lancashire (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Nice little basic boozer, not been in for some 15 or so odd years.
Tried the Black Sheep Bitter which although wasn't bang on, was palatable.
Mistlethrush - 5 Jun 2013 01:52
Traditional, unpretentious local on the edge of the town centre. It's cosy enough, with a housey feel, one traditionally furnished room meandering around a central bar, with a pool table at the rear. The front area has a pleasant wood-burning stove. Beers available on my visit included Three B's Doffocker, Black Sheep and Tetley Bitter, not the best selection in town but perfectly reasonable, the Doff Cocker was enjoyable, if the wrong choice for a freezing day!
All in all not a bad place at all, and underrated on this site in my view.Would definitely return.
Carlurmston - 20 Dec 2010 15:40
Called in 17/07/10 and tried the Blackburn brewery Three B's Doff Cocker (never tried before) and the familiar Black Sheep Best Bitter, both were very nice and very well kept.

The slightly plain unpromising looking outside belies the very nice welcoming interior. Although open plan around the central bar it still has a feel of the original room layouts with the bar area on the left and in front as you enter and a more loungey room to the right as you go in. There is a well decorated and lit pool room at the back and a dartboard in another room off to the back left.

The landlady seemed pleasant and atmosphere was very nice and a good start to a very good Saturday night out in Chorley; will definitely call in on a return visit.
Wirral_RealAlians - 21 Jul 2010 20:40
G7SYY i do drink cask ale and can,t remember last time had bad pint in fact whilst i have been in the pub i have heard the keg drinkers complain more so taste buds seem ok not sure about yours
trottertotheend - 8 Jul 2010 15:06
I know how doffcocker should taste and it should not taste like it has been filtered through a tramps underwear. If a pub sells cask ales they should know how to clean the lines and not try to sell ale past its sell by date.
This place should not be in the good beer guide.
G7SYY - 20 Apr 2010 00:21

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