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The Swan With Two Nicks, Worcester - pub details

Swan With Two Nicks

Address: 28 New Street, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 2DP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7863) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Worcester Foregate St (0.2 miles), Worcester Shrub Hill (0.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 23 users)
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On pub number 3 of the evening, this was our real find. Loved it.

Three Tuns Rantipole was on - which I have not had before. It was fantastic and only £2.85. Bargain.

Great Jukebox.

Large back room where there was an act on talking into a microphone. I gingerly put my head around the door and thought it was a comedian. There was a long monologue but no obvious punchline. I asked the barman in the main pub what was going on. Wednesday is Poetry Evening.

Clunked my head on the beam when going for Rantipole number 2.

Highly recommended.
Mappiman - 26 Feb 2015 15:11
Large pub split into different area with the main pub at the front presumably being the original building and this has a nice feel to it with the 4 ales on tap being only £1.85 a pint,apparently since January.
The 2 we tried were both well kept and the barman friendly and knowledable.
Definitely a pub we will include on future visits to Worcester and compared well to the King Charles next door at £3.10 a pint for not particularly well kept Sadlers.
bromsgrovebeerboy - 13 Aug 2013 11:06
Reasonable enough place but very loud background music and a smell of chips rather detracts from it. Large pub that goes back a long way from the entrance. Beware the low ceiling in places!

4 beers on yesterday - Doombar, something from each of RCH and Georges plus Wye Valley Bitter and an amazing 1.95 a pint! Quality was fine.
cheshirecat - 3 Jul 2011 12:31
When we first moved to Worcester 10 years ago I fell in love with this pub, it's great atmosphere and brilliant jukebox - oh how things change. We went in on Saturday for the first time in six months and ordered a Hoegaarden and a vodka and coke. I was then stunned when the barman informed me that would be over 8! Incredulous I asked why and he shrugged and said, well the Hoegaarden is over 4 as it's "specialist". Not wanting to cause a scene we went and sat down and after a couple of minutes realised of course that that meant a bog standard vodka and coke must also be ridiculously expensive. I went back and checked with the barman and yes, it was a mental 3.80. I said pleasantly to him that it seemed a very high price and he shrugged again....We sat stunned and drank slowly, it just felt like we had been ripped off in what was a well loved pub. My partner finished her drink so I said, come on, let's give them another chance and she went for a Smirnoff ice and you guessed it 3.80 :(

Having drunk similar rounds with a specialist beer (Schneider Weise or Erdinger) plus a vodka and coke in two other pubs in the same street and being charged around the 6 mark on that night I just don't know what's going on at the Swan, but this experience doesn't make me want to go back.

Witness - 27 Jul 2010 22:24
DudleyC - I banged my head going down the step by the bar! Ouch! (ha ha)

Went here last week and was impressed. Had a pint each of the St George themed ales (brewed locally but I can't remember which brewery). 2.50 a pint and not as cheap as other people have reported. Didn't see the "70's theme bar" or "trendy bar" that other people have commented about. Or even the "bizarre lounge upstairs". All I found upstairs were the toilets!
mattbeer - 13 Apr 2010 02:05

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