Station Tap71-73 High Street
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Reopening from May 17th.more information...
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Rebranded as the Station Tap in May 2019 . The pub was bought by Stonegate and opened as the Surrey Arms in March 2014 after a two clear closure following a major fire in May 2012 whilst a Yates’ Wine Bar. A larger airy open plan layout with plenty of TV screen showing live sport. There are also booths around the edge of the pub with their own individual TV screen. In addition to the real ale offering there are 10 craft keg beers, unusually including nearby Siren Craft. The craft keg beers are sold at a reduced rate from 5pm on Monday. The pub is in the centre of Camberley’s shopping area this is a popular place at various times of day for people from all parts of the community. Quiz nights on Monday with DJ’s playing music on Friday and Saturday nights make this one of the more vibrant places in town. Pool, a selection of board games and retro games consoles are also on offer.