Friday, 13 March 2009

Wetherspoons finally admits real ale policy

Chav-palace creators JD Wetherspoons have finally admitted that they are not interested in appearing in the Good Beer Guide, published by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale.
A manageress of one of their Newport-based chav-palaces told a CAMRA member who was surveying the pub for the Good Beer Guide that, "We don't care about going in the Good Beer Guide" and refused to give the researcher the opening times for the pub!
Nice to have something many of us have long suspected finally confirmed by one of their staff.
With their policies of chucking any pumpclip on any handpump and continuing to serve beer that is only fit for pouring over chips, it's hardly suprising that only a few of their chav-palaces make it into the Good Beer Guide.
As a point of principle, Brew Wales no longer drinks in any of their pubs, despite having been a supporter of the company for the last 17 years.
A new chav-palace is due to open in Barry today (13th)
Sir Samuel Romilly
Romilly Building
Vale of Glamorgan
CF62 7AU
That opening should see a few Barry pubs close down for good.


Fidothedog said...

Just cross posted this, also on Facebook.

Anonymous said...

I am sure that the offhand comments of one lowly employee reflect the entire organisation's philosophy. The more Wetherspoons the better.

Brew Wales said...

The manageress of the pub is hardly a "lowly employee".
JDW have been given the chance to refute these comments and distance themselves from their employee Sandra Lawrence but have chosen not to. I now only drink in real pubs, not chav-filled superpubs.

Cooking Lager said...

"chav" there's a word for the modern 21st century middle class snob looking to look down on the working classes.


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