Sat betwixt the Rivers Dee and Mersey, hopping distance from Wapping and spitting distance of spitting feathers breweries lies the Wirral peninsular, home to the Brimstage and Peerless breweries. With weekly socials and an active community, why not come along and find out more?
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Latest Branch News
25 August, 2016 - Coach & Horses in Greasby
Coach & Horses in Greasby is reported to be under new management and undergone a bit of a facelift. This cosy unspoilt multi-roomed pub has sold a solitary real ale for many years but now has a rotating range and a suggestion there may be an extra one (or even two)
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25 August, 2016 - Argyle Ale House
On a les positive note, the Argyle Ale House in Argyle Street Birkenhead has closed after a relatively short life. The building was the Letters pub but in recent years has had a number of businesses which have not survived for long. Although the Argyle Ale House served
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25 August, 2016 - The Viking
The Viking – Pub & Bakehouse is the newly reopened Black Horse (aka the Collingwood or the Hilltop) in West Kirby. Reopened in June 2016, it has a Scandinavian theme, which will celebrate West Kirby’s Viking heritage. The pub is operated by Flying Pub & Lobster Ltd,
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25 August, 2016 - Brewers Arms in Neston
Guest beers at the Brewers Arms in Neston have recently included beers from the local Britman Brewery based in nearby Burton village. The pub is also offering a discount of 40p per pint for CAMRA members.
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25 August, 2016 - Pub of the Year awards
Wirral CAMRA celebrated our Pub of the Year awards in June with awards for the winner once again to Gallaghers Pub & Barbers Shop in Birkenhead. The runner up by a very narrow margin was the Lazy Landlord in Liscard, Wirral’s first micropub.
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Upcoming Beer Festivals

26/08 - 29/08
Hoylake Beer Festival
29/09 - 01/10
St Georges Hall Beer Festival
11/11 - 12/11

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