Address:

The Brewers Arms
Lower Dingle
West Malvern
Worcestershire
WR14 4BQ
01684 568147
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Hours:

Mon-Thu 12-3, 6-12; Fri-Sun 12-12  


 

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The Brewer's Arms  

The Brewers arms was originally built by Edmund Pitt in the early 1830's. He was discovered to have enclosed land and built a new house and shed and to be using it as a pub.

In 1837 a Parish meeting decided he could not use it as a pub any more, and started to pay 1.10.0d in acknowledgement of tenancy to the Church Wardens. There is no more evidence of it being a pub until 1871.

It is now a traditional village pub serving good real ale and food daily.

There is also a function room (32 covers) available.

Food served: Monday - Friday 12-3 and 6-9pm. Saturday 12-9 and Sunday 9-10.45am (breakfast) and 12-8pm. Curry night is Wednesday where you get items for 1 each.

Breakfast served from 9am on Sunday.


 

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Services

 

beer, food, beer garden, no smoking, music, kids, pets allowed, car park 

 

©Beerguide 2017

Beers:

Malern Hills Black Pear
Wye Vallet HPA
Marston's Bitter
plus 4 guest ales.
 


 

Accommodation: 

Harmony House Malvern
184 West Malvern Road,
Malvern WR14 4AZ
(01684) 891650
Website
Catherine@HarmonyHouseMalvern.com
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