PUBS ON THE WIRRAL ALE TRAIL
Queens Royal • New Brighton
New Brighton’s hidden gem for ale enthusiast’s with 6 Cask Ales on tap at all times. Located on New Brighton’s recently transformed promenade, enjoy your pint and salty sea air in their great beer garden. On our first trail the sun was belting down and sitting outside in their beer garden with a cold ale was just what dreams are made of.
Cheshire Cheese • Wallasey
Cheshire Cheese pub dates from 1885, but a pub was known to be here as early as 1561. The Cheshire Cheese has new owner and has been refurbished, with a good selection of Real Ale and quirky beer (and lots gin) garden!
The Coach and Horses • Greasby
This pubs dates back over 300 years and is in the heart of the village of Greasby. The Coach and Horses is as traditional as you can get and that goes for the ales they sell.
The Irby Mill• Irby
The quintessential British Country pub, small rooms and traditional features make you feel you’ve gone back in time. This little pub serves great food and a good selection of ales. This pub has a car park too.
The Anchor Inn• Irby
A great village pub serving up tasty local ales, top-notch food alongside live music in stylish surroundings.
Harvest Mouse • Heswall
If you have not visited the Harvest Mouse before you will find a Windmill and not a mouse that greets you on arrival. It’s a modern traditional style pub that serves local cask ales as well as home cooked food.
Devon Doorway • Heswall
The Devon Doorway is a postcard-pretty pub with wooden frame and a thatched roof.
Rose & Crown • Bebington
Recently under new management, the Rose & Crown is located on the edge of Mayer Park in the village of Bebington. Known for hosting great live entertainment and quiz nights, as well as it’s wide range of Cask ales from Thwaites Brewery alongside monthly Guest Ales. Located close to both Port Sunlight and Bebington train stations.
Gallagher’s • Birkenhead
A unique pub where great ale and a military memorabilia are put together in an unusual but successful mix. A lot of people embark on tend ays events from this pub and proves to be busy throughout the days events. Great transport links to the event from this pub.
The Stork Hotel • Birkenhead
NEW to the Trail this September, recently under management, The Stork Hotel now serves food as well as Real Ale. Built in 1840, this highly ornate pub has a wonderful mosaic floor, etched glass and carved wood in the art nouveau style. It retains many original wall fittings plus a circular bar with leaded stained glass.
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