|Beer: ||Fantastic selection and quality, particularly the London Porter which at £3.60 was superb and induced the throat turbo charger to down as much as possible. Some ales pricey but, hey, this was top stuff.|
|Not beer: ||No L & S, no pump brown fizz, just dinky bottles of fancy Fentimans & Fever Tree softs at £2 delivered with ice & slice where required.Well priced and tasty hot choc and coffee selection on offer apparently.|
|Food ||Chips..... well there weren't any. However, as these watering holes haven't discovered the benefits of a deep fat fryer yet, our hosts came us with garlic flat breads which were pretty yummy and slipped down with the accompanying ales.|
|Hashmosphere ||With HWH3 taking over one half of the premises, it was, as the Hoirish say, good craic. An enjoyable atmosphere assisted by a good welcome and very decent service, particularly when pulling up my Porter!|
Up the hill to the station - nothing, up the hill from the station - nothing, high street - no welcoming pub sign. So, Amersham on the Hill appears to be one of those awful dry places without a hostelry for the thirsty hasher. But, wait a minute, what's this...... yippee!!! The Mad Squirrel Brewery Shop appears like a shining beacon amongst the retail dross of coffee shops, card shops, supermarkets and other inconsequential outlets to save the day. Long may it flourish.