The Plumbers Arms

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bungleventure
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The Plumbers Arms

Post by bungleventure » Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:01 pm

Hello,

We are currently now serving 4 cask ales from the Daniel Thwaites' line up, on currently we have Original, Lancaster Bomber, Wainwright and Half Nelson. We will also be stocking all their quarterly favourites and signature ales. In addition we will also be stocking a great range bottled craft beers such as Chimay, Schneider Weisse, Duvel, Liefmans Fruitesse, Brooklyn, Bacchus Framboise, Le Trappe Blond, Blue Moon, Birra Moretti, Erdinger Hefe Weiss, Timmermans Strawberry, Timmermans Kriwk, Singha together with a range of bottled ales.

We serve real ales, no smoothflow on the premises!!!

Sun trap beer garden (if we get any) overlooked by the walls, somewhere to sip a pint.

Bar snacks daily.

Open Monday 12noon - 4pm and 11pm - 6am, Friday & Saturday 12noon - 6am and Sunday 11pm - 6am
(If you are involved in the licensed trade you can become a member for free to make use of the late night bar-tenders bar from 1am - 6am, or if you know someone in the licensed trade, come along with them!)

Hope to see you soon.

The Plumbers Arms Team :drinking:

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Re: The Plumbers Arms

Post by pistonbroke » Sat Sep 15, 2012 7:29 pm

:thumb: Wooooooooh Hoooooooooh !!! three outlets for Thwaites ales in Chester now...!! Every siccess for the future,and expect my face at the bar very soon.. :drink:

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Re: The Plumbers Arms

Post by jamesb » Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:18 pm

Please define licenced trade.

There's a pub in Wrexham that does this and it was a godsend when you got off a late running shift and didn't want to go to a club.
James

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bungleventure
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Re: The Plumbers Arms

Post by bungleventure » Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:53 pm

Basically if you work in a premises that holds a premises licence to sell alcohol or allow regulated entertainment, you can become a member. Premises such as pubs, clubs, restaurants, supermarkets, off licences, even a village hall or community centre. All you need is a wage slip to show where you work and you can become a member.....and its free. :D

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