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The Ferry Tavern (Ei Group (formerly Enterprise Inns))

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Jennings - Cumberland AleGood1
GreyHawk - Panners GoldGood1
Moorhouse's - Blond WitchAcceptable1
Ossett - Excelsius (was Excelsior)Acceptable1
Bowland - Hen HarrierNot Tried0
Robinsons - Dizzy Blonde Amarillo Pale AleNot Tried0

Visits Details

25 Feb 2016 (Adam Holmes)
Very busy for a Thursday lunchtime in February. Six real ales on and a roaring open fire..what elsedo you need
BeerABVScoreNotes
Jennings - Cumberland Ale4.00GoodPerfectly acceptable best. Described as a Golden ale but on the dark side
GreyHawk - Panners Gold4.10GoodGolden ale with hints of Grapefruit. Clean and drinkable
Moorhouse's - Blond Witch4.50AcceptableVery big citrus hit and not happy. A slightly sweet aftertaste.
Ossett - Excelsius (was Excelsior)5.20AcceptableFor a strong ale not a huge amount of character
Bowland - Hen Harrier4.00Not Tried
Robinsons - Dizzy Blonde Amarillo Pale Ale3.80Not Tried

About The Ferry Tavern

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional-
Excellent-
Good2
Acceptable2
Poor-

Website.

The pub is found in Penketh, Cheshire, WA5 2UJ.

In Station Road, one of Warrington's oldest pubs is located on its own island between the River Mersey and the St Helens canal. The Transpennine Trail passes its doors. It has a substantial beer garden overlooking the river and open fires.

We have visited this pub once, seen 6 different beers and tried 4 of them.

Map location

Postcode: WA5 2UJ