wrexham & suburbia real ale pubs

(l-r) Black Lion, Bersham; Plas Coch, Wrexham; King William pub sign, Summerhill; Elihu Yale, Wrexham 

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Black Lion

Y Ddol
Hydes Brewery Beers
Cosy three room local. Long serving licencee. Annual beer festival. Handy for heritage centre and Clywedog Trail. Fire.


George & Dragon

Lees Bitter
Small community local. Central bar serves lounge and tap. Darts. Karaoke.

Railway Tavern

Railway Road
Guest Beer
Open plan with central bar. Guest beer often from Conwy. Cider.

Y Tai

Railway Road
Changing National Beer 
Comfortable lounge with fire, fish tank and ceiling tankard collection. Bar with SKY sports.


Mold Road
Banks Bitter 
Two-roomed local.

Black Horse

Henblas Road
Marstons Beers

Comfortable modernised open-plan community local. Popular with horse racing fraternity. Pool. SKY Sports. Garden.


Mount Street
Marstons Beer

Locals pub with small lounge and vault with games. SKY Sports. Garden.



Top Road
Hydes Beers

Well run tied-house. Lounge and public bar with pool.

King William

Top Road
National Beers

Friendly community local. Rear raised pool room. Darts. TV Sports.


Acton Park

Chester Road
Thwaites Wainwright, Guest Beers

Large popular modern pub. Several drinking areas. Food inc curry night.

Bowling Green (1 - see map below)

Theakstons Bitter

Interesting multi-room local. Noteworthy etched windows.


WREXHAM (continued)
rafty Dragon (12)

High Street
Welsh Brewers

Ex-Yates. Long and narrow, lively event pub. Regular music nights. Food. Cask from Welsh regional / local brewers.

Cunliffe Arms

Jeffreys Road
Banks Bitter, Marstons Guest Ales

Modern welcoming estate pub. Split level lounge. Adjacent rooms either side. Pool and darts. Food.

Elihu Yale (2)

Regent Street
Guest Beers

Standard high street Wetherspoons. Popular with hardened drinkers. Huge colourful hanging baskets. Best ale variety in town. Cider. Food.


Borras Park Road
National Ale

Modern suburban local of lounge and bar. Pool. 
Currently closed !


Holt Road
Banks's Bitter

Traditional local. Lounge and public bar with red and black chequer floor tiling,  plush red bench seating. Games.

Horse & Jockey (5)

Hope Street
Varying Beers

Thatched white-washed 17C townhouse. Rambling interior includes snug. Live music. Cider. Food.


Kingsmills Road
Marstons Beer Range

Attractive red brick pub. Tidy and snug. Pool room. Fire. Garden. Food.

Nag's Head (6)

Mount Street
Marstons Beers

Family pub. Split-level. Central bar. Conservatory. Former Border Brewery chimney to rear. Food. Garden.


WREXHAM (continued)
North & South Wales Bank (7)

High Street
Guest Beers 
Spacious high ceilinged Lloyds / Wetherspoons. Especially lively at weekends. DJ. Cider. Food.

Oak Tree (8)

Ruabon Road
Jennings Cumberland, Guest Beer 
Unaltered interior. Public bar, lounge and former snooker room. Stable block to rear. Fire. Garden.

Plas Coch

Plas Coch Road
Marstons Ales

Modern family pub. Handy for shopping, Uni and Wrexham FC. Garden. Food.

Royal Oak (9)

High Street
Joules Beers, Guest Ale

Joules owned pub. Long and thin with stylish wood-panelling, etched mirrors and stained glass. CAMRA award for refurbishment work. Fire. Rear patio. Branch Welsh Poty 2013.

Saith Seren / Seven Stars

Chester Street
Guest Ales

Red brick corner freehouse serving as Welsh cultural centre. Music nights.

Squire Yorke

Sontley Road
Greene King IPA / Brains SA

Modern, open-plan. Estate chain pub totally geared to families and food.


Yorke Street
Marstons Beer Range

Large, comfortable hotel re-opened by Marstons in Spring 2012. Food. 


Last updated: 10/01/2016. Removed: Fairfield Tavern, Gate Hangs High, Golden Lion (all Wrexham) - no cask ale.
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