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The Olde England, St Helens - pub details

Address: 113 Corporation Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 1SX [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations St Helens Central (0.3 miles), Thatto Heath (1.7 miles), St Helens Junction (2.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 10 users)
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It’s called the Lamb and is a decent pub. Three real ales and three ciders. A free house.
JonNgog - 24 Nov 2019 13:59
The Olde England was another of the pubs I'd found closed on a Sunday afternoon. It wasn't much livelier on a Sunday evening, with 2 other customers who soon disappeared. However, I thought this place had a real charm. There are 2 bars which are dimly lit and have plenty of character. Ales on were Robinsons Trooper, Dizzy Blonde, Unicorn & Wizard & Facers Landslide. In addition, there were 3 ciders - Westons Old Rosie & Wyld Wood & Abrahalls Nell Gwynne. I had the Nell Gwynne, which was a new one for me. A loyalty card was advertised, where you could buy 9 pints and get your 10th free. Unfortunately, I wasn't having that much of a session. Well worth a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Jan 2016 21:46
Stumbled upon this pub looking for Turks Head. It had a sign outside which said 'real ales' - I fully expected to find Bombardier or GK IPA on offer (yawn) but no 7 real ales with one brewed on the premises. When next in SH will be back and recommend it.
kernott1 - 31 Mar 2013 08:10
Found this place in Merseyale CAMRAS magazine and glad I did. Amazing little place they even brew their own beer on the premises. Unspoilt by time it retains it's character with a seperate bar and lounge, and small walled beer garden Great choice gave up counting after 20 draught products No children allowed but thats suits me a grown ups proper boozer like it should be. They are on face book if you want to see latest deals. A pint of real ale was £1.50 when I called in and it will become a regular spot of mine when I visit from Liverpool
billronald - 22 Feb 2013 07:20
Cracking find! Never been in this pub before (formally the lamb) as outside doesnt look so appealing just a terraced brickwork off the street but WOW once inside its liking going into a different world. Really quaint and some lovely features and touches (real fire, piano,seperate bar and lounge) Think the staff said they do 25 draught beers and real ales and ciders, Amazing prices too on beer and food cheaper than weatherspoons. Their own real ale was just 1.59 a pint. A place for couples or friends but they dont allow children (which is fine with me as its a cozy small place) If you havent tried it do give it a go, I will be back for sure in fact going tomorrow
pubreviews - 22 Apr 2012 20:38

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