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The Reginald Mitchell (Wetherspoon)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Rhymney - ExportExcellent1
WharfeBank - Ryestone CowboyExcellent1
Lymestone - Foundation StoneGood1
Celt Experience (now brands are owned by Evans Evans) - Native StormGood1
Beartown (latterly part of Manning Brewers) - Ginger BearGood1
Derventio - CleopatraNot Tried0
Wychwood - PiledriverNot Tried0
Derventio - Winter KingNot Tried0
Titanic - IcebergNot Tried0
Greene King - Ruddles BestNot Tried0
Titanic - AnchorNot Tried0
Titanic - MildNot Tried0
Lymestone - Stookers AshlarNot Tried0
Adnams - BroadsideNot Tried0
Greene King - AbbotNot Tried0
Lymestone - Stone CutterNot Tried0
Lymestone - Stonefish Mild (superseded by 4.4% version)Not Tried0

Visits Details

22 Nov 2014 (Nick Willis)
It was quite busy but no overly so, bar staff did a good job of ignoring me. I've only walked out of 2 pubs in my life and they've both been 'spoons!
Derventio - Cleopatra5.00Not Tried
Wychwood - Piledriver4.30Not Tried
Derventio - Winter King4.00Not Tried
06 Nov 2014 (Nick Willis)
Quite busy for "curry night".
Beartown (latterly part of Manning Brewers) - Ginger Bear4.00Good
Lymestone - Foundation Stone4.50Good
Celt Experience (now brands are owned by Evans Evans) - Native Storm4.40Good
Adnams - Broadside4.70Not Tried
Greene King - Abbot5.00Not Tried
Lymestone - Stone Cutter3.70Not Tried
Lymestone - Stonefish Mild (superseded by 4.4% version)4.60Not Tried
01 Oct 2014 (Nick Willis)
Convivial atmosphere around tea time and decent service. Interesting adaption of an old meat market building.
Rhymney - Export5.00Excellent
WharfeBank - Ryestone Cowboy5.00Excellent
Titanic - Iceberg4.10Not Tried
Greene King - Ruddles Best3.70Not Tried
Titanic - Anchor4.10Not Tried
Titanic - Mild3.50Not Tried
Lymestone - Stookers Ashlar4.70Not TriedCalled Ashlar Chock in this Wetherspoons but it's the same beer.

About The Reginald Mitchell

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 1NQ.

In Hanley, the first Wetherspoon outlet to set up in the Potteries, converted from an old shopping arcade; now a Lloyd's No.1, the music is quiet during the day, but can get noisy in the evening, when the pub is full of the younger set. Split on to two levels, food is served all day in accordance with the usual JDW policy and there are around four guest beers on offer. Note that there is a lift between the two levels. Named after the inventor of the Spitfire. Born and educated locally, Mitchell died before his famous plane flew on official action in the Second World War.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 17 different beers and tried 5 of them.

Map location

Postcode: ST1 1NQ