A traditional Old English Pub near the riverside in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
Since 1755, The Two Brewers has been refreshing the downright sociable and the thirsty on the side of the River Thames in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. It has also where Jerome K Jerome wrote a few chapters of 'Three Men in a Boat'.
Our traditional Old English Pub could well have been the local of TS Eliot who lived down the road from our pub. Over 260 years on, this tradition is still maintained at The Two Brewers. Today, the bar stocks a range of real ales plus lagers and ciders by well known local and UK based breweries and international brands.
Our restaurant will have you spoilt for choice. With a wide range of food, real ale, fine wines, our traditional Old English Pub is a good all round venue for socialising, organising private functions, business seminars and society meetings. We offer you a choice of three function rooms suitable for parties up to 50 persons.
What's more, our traditional Old English Pub is within the town centre of Marlow. Connections to London are maintained by rail through changing at Maidenhead. By boat, a leisurely cruise on the River Thames allows direct access to The Two Brewers (we accommodate both 18th and 21st century forms of transport!