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Red Cross Inn, REIGATE


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Recommended Pub Red Cross Inn

Address: 96 High Street (A25)
Post Code: RH2 9AP
Location: REIGATE
Bus Route(s): 32, 420, 424, 430, 435, 460
OS Ref: TQ 250503 (Bing Maps)   (Google Maps)
Web Site: www.redcross-reigate.co.uk
Phone No: (01737) 225352
Opening Hours: 12-11; 12-midnight Thu; 12-12:30am Fri & Sat
A CAMRA Recommended Pub

Pilgrim Progress
Guest Beers (2)

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At the end of the High Street, the Red Cross is one of the older pubs in Reigate. It is now trading under its original name again after becoming the Tap & Spile in 1995. With the original beams, bare floorboards, a large inglenook fireplace, leaded windows and the odd brick exposed wall, this place definitely feels like it has been around for a long time. Although one through room, there are two distinct drinking areas either side of the bar, which is opposite the main door. This area can get a bit crowded at peak times, but there is also a serving area around the corner on the right hand side of the bar. There are should always be a beer from the Reigate brewery Pilgrim, often Progress. The other two changing guest beers are mostly from regional breweries and may feature beers such as Sharp's Doom Bar, Taylor Landlord or Wells Bombardier but may also be from a smaller Surrey brewery such as Hogs Back or Surrey Hills. There is a live acoustic act on Friday, a live band on Saturday and 'open mic' night on Sunday. There is also a television for showing all major sports.

Outdoor Drinking Area  Train Station (within 1/2 mile) - Click for general timetable  On Bus Route - Click for general timetable(see above)  CAMRA LocAle Pub  
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Last Updated: 26 Apr 2014

 

 

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