Jolly Coopers84 Wheelers Lane
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This pub was built in 1859 and is situated in the middle of a residential area just over half a mile west of the town centre. On the edge of Epsom Common and the nearest pub to the wells that once made Epsom a spa town. Whilst food features, it is still very much a pub with food. Two areas, with the carpeted bar area to the left and another larger area with polished parquet flooring to the right used more for dining, but not exclusively so. Modern decor with pale green painted walls. The large clock in the bar is a feature. A wood burning stove in a brick fireplace and the mottled windows give a cosy feel. Large paved and partly covered garden at rear. Changing beers are mainly from micros in Surrey and slightly further afield. The pub has its own brewery in an outbuilding under the name of ‘Fuzzchat’, which is the name given to someone who is born on Epsom Common. Accredited for beer quality during 2022. Local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2023.