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The Auld Hoose, Edinburgh - pub details

Address: 23-27 St Leonards Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH8 9QN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8581) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Edinburgh Waverley (0.8 miles), Edinburgh Haymarket (1.6 miles), Slateford (3.1 miles)

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Great pub. The most amazing goth metal thrash hardcore juke box. And smashing beer. Service great too. 9/10
dry_riser_inlet - 10 Aug 2011 20:16
Obvious "younger person's" pub but welcoming nonetheless and clearly popular. A range of Scottish ales and my pint of Brewdog Trashy Blonde was fine and tasted identical to that I drank in London 3 days earlier, which is a rare experience. Posters for events in the City can be found on the walls, from which I discovered, and later visited, an exhibition at the National Gallery. An enjoyable visit and I will return at a later date.
Stamfordian - 17 Feb 2011 11:00
I love this place. Very "studenty" feel, even for mature students like my good self. :)
They have lots of Brew Dog and Wychwood beers like Hobgoblin, kept in very good condition.
One of the best JukeBoxes in Edinburgh and very alternative friendly.

What's the matter larger boy... scared you might TASTE something? :P
Gary_1 - 4 Nov 2010 21:04
Visited after seeing a Fringe theatre production nearby. It was afternoon and the pub was virtually empty. Perhaps fortunate for me, because it looks as though the pub caters for a clientele of a different age and musical taste than me.

What it obviously also caters for is a clientele with the same taste in beer as I have, because the Brewdog ale on offer was excellent. Wychwood Hobgoblin was also available, but I only had time for one.


alexw123 - 23 Aug 2010 15:30
Single room pub with horseshoe bar. Three handpumps dispensing Deuchars, Hobgoblin and Fyne Ales Avalanche. I had several pints of the Avalanche which was an excellent hoppy ale. All ales are 3.10. I had a burger and chips here which was enormous and very good (6.95).
The pub has an 'alternative' jukebox which was playing an atrocious racket when I arrived. I was somewhat taken aback, therefore, when after five or six tracks of turgid nonsense I heard the opening strains of Fad Gadget's 'Back To Nature'. Investigation of the jukebox revealed, amongst the thrash metal or whatever you call it, albums by Fad, Joy Division, Magazine and the Dead Kennedies.
Good beer, good food and some good stuff on the jukebox. What more do you need from a pub?
holbornboy - 18 Apr 2010 22:24

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