Campaign for Real Ale

Reading branch pubs which accept CAMRA Vouchers off the price of Real Ale, Cider & Perry

Reading branch pubs which accept CAMRA Vouchers off the price of Real Ale

  • Lower Earley
    • Seven Red Roses Telephone(0118) 935 4103 19 Maiden Place Lower Earley RG6 3HA

      A friendly community pub in the Maiden Lane precinct in Maiden Place, Lower Earley. Shows all types of sport, in HD, on three big screens. If you want it, they'll will show it - from athletics to diving! Serves food noon to 9pm every day from an extensive menu with daily meal deals such as Pint & a Pie for £5.99.

  • Reading
    • Back of Beyond Telephone(0118) 959 5906 104-108 King's Road Reading RG1 3BY

      This Wetherspoon pub stands on the site of a ginger-beer factory, later used as a Salvation Army barracks. It has the usual JDW mixture of tables, chairs and booths, and its long rectangular lounge stretches back to look out on the Kennet & Avon Canal. Prints of old Reading adorn the walls. Good-sized outdoor seating area to the rear. Uses stillaging at the expense of handpumps during the JDW beer festivals. Quiz night Wednesdays

    • Boundary Telephone(0118) 951 9001 21-23 St. Marys Butts Reading RG1 2LN

      Refurbed, re-named and re-opened March 2016. Full survey to follow.

    • Hope Tap Telephone(0118) 958 2266 99-105 Friar Street Reading RG1 1EP

      The site of this pub was once occupied by the Hope Brewery which had its own pub - The Hope Tap. It is now a town centre Wetherspoons, decorated in their traditional style with the usual trappings. Its proximity to an adjacent live music venue means that it can be especially crowded on occasion in the evening.

    • Monks Retreat Telephone(0118) 907 6371 163 Friar Street Reading RG1 1HE

      Formerly a Wetherspoons, this pub has had a sympathetic refurbishment with a strong emphasis on televised sport and artwork related to the history of Reading. Located opposite the old red-brick town hall, the name of the pub recalls the Franciscan friars who came to Reading in the 12th century and inhabited the friary where Greyfriars church is now situated.