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The Crown, Crewe - pub details

Crown

Address: 25 Earle Street, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 2BH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6860) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Crewe (0.7 miles), Sandbach (4.4 miles), Nantwich (4.4 miles)

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This pub appears to be one of the roughest in Crewe. There were certainly a few characters in on my Sunday evening visit. It's a Robinsons house that seemed to have two ales - Unicorn & Dizzy Blonde. Although one of the pumpclips was half turned (I don't recall which) and may have been off. Looks promising from the outside. But not worth venturing in.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Jan 2017 20:29
I was in here one Friday night maybe September 2015. Beer was ok, I was between trains, but when I asked about food, they went out of their way to make me something ( I was catching sleeper to Scotland at midnight, and it was latte on.So they were friendly, beer was fine, and I'd definitely go again.
canarly - 8 Jan 2016 00:57
Robinsons pub in the town centre which has recently reopened after being closed for a couple of years. Very much an old-style traditional local. Prior to my recent visit, I hadn’t been in for 25 years – and would be hard pushed to spot any changes since ! [ Except for the big screen sports TVs of course ]

There were two Robinsons beers on tap (a third handpump was out of use). I tried the Wizard which was reasonable. I think they are missing a trick here, because it is halfway between the two premier “real-ale” pubs in town (Hops and Borough Arms) and they would surely get more passing trade if they had a more adventurous beer range.

Anyway, there are many of the traditional pub games available, pool table, darts and some tables set up for cribbage scoring. Plus wallpaper in one section consisting of pages from old racing papers (!), plus old racing prints on the walls there and elsewhere.

There were also notices advertising “starter or dessert for 5p” – but this was the only indication that they did found, as couldn’t see any menus anywhere. However, from what was being delivered to other customers, I can tell you that soup and bowls of chips are included !

Martinsh - 7 Jan 2016 23:16
Was closed for 2 years, but has now reopened. Not been in yet, but will report back when I've done so.
Martinsh - 22 Nov 2015 23:22
I was in on lunchtime Nov 8th - only the one beer Unicorn on, and about 80 pints left to drink as the pub was closing Sunday night Nov 10th.
zorrodp - 20 Nov 2013 12:40

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