Best Pubs to watch the RBS Six Nations 2017


This weekend, rugby fans across the country will be scrumming themselves into their local to catch all the excitement from the RBS Six Nations, arguably the best place to watch the rugby! We all know the long romance between Rugby and Beer comes to its climax as nation and nation come head to head, and we want you to enjoy the companionship in the best environment at your favourite Macs local.

Here’s our list of McMullen pubs who will be officially housing the rugby and screening the matches throughout the tournament.

Almond Tree - Stevenage
Black Bull - Buntingford
Cock Inn - Harlow
Coopers Arms - Hitchin
Crown - Waltham Abbey
Duchess of Cambridge - Windsor

Golden Griffin - Hertford
Great Eastern Tavern - Hertford
Hare - Harlow
Harrier - Hatfield
Herald - Harlow
Hollybush - Loughton
Hopfields - Hatfield
Jolly Bargeman - Ware
Jolly Butchers - Enfield
Long Arm Short Arm - Welwyn Garden City
Lord Haig - Hertford
Maltsters - Cheshunt
Millstream - Hertford
Millstream - Hitchin
Nags Head - Bishop Stortford
Old Anchor - Cheshunt
Old Star - Wormley
Plough - Cuffley
Plough - Flamsted End
Prince of Wales - Goffs Oak

Queens Arms - New Barnet
Queens Head - Waltham Abbey
Royal Oak - Chingford
Royal Oak - Stevenage
Sebright Arms - Barnet
Shark - Harlow
Spice of Life - London, Soho
Steamer - Welwyn
White Hart - Hertford
Wheatsheaf - Crooked Mile

Whether you're enjoying a Macs Brew whilst watching the match at the pub or even at home, feel free to share your photos on Twitter or Instagram @McMullens1827 so we can enjoy it with you!

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