Find your front row seat to the Six Nations 2024


It's back, rugby fans across the country will be scrumming themselves into their local pub to catch all the excitement from the Guinness 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 Mac’s local.

Here’s our list of McMullen pubs who will be officially housing the rugby and screening the matches throughout the tournament live from 2nd February-16th March.

Tap to find your local

Angel- Waltham Abbey

Angels- Hitchin

Black Bull- Buntingford

Builders Arms- Potters Bar

Bull- Broxbourne

Bullfinch- Sevenoaks

Cambridge Tap- Cambridge

Chieftain- Welwyn Garden City

Cock Inn- Harlow

Cock of the North- Bell Bar

Coopers Arms- Hitchin

Cricketers- Enfield

Cricketers- Woodford

Crocodile- Cheshunt

Dogs Head- Bishops Stortford

Duke of Clarence- Marlow

Golden Griffin- Hertford

Hare- Harlow

Hatfield Tap- Hatfield

Herald- Harlow

Hollybush- Loughton

Hopfields- Hatfield

Jolly Butchers- Enfield

Jolly Fisherman- St Margarets

Lord Kitchener- Barnet

Maltsters- Cheshunt

Mops & Brooms- Borehamwood

North Star- Welwyn

Old Anchor- Cheshunt

Old Beams- Milton Keynes

Orange Tree- Hitchin

Peahen- St Albans

Plough- Enfield

Plough- Flampstead End

Plough- Sewardstone

Queens Head- Waltham Abbey

Queens Arms- New Barnet

Saint & Sinner- St Albans

Saracens Head- Ware

Shark- Harlow

Town & Gown- Cambridge

Vine- Waltham Cross

Warbler on the Wharf- Milton Keynes

White Hart- Hertford

White Hart- Whitechapel

White Swan- Pimlico

Wonder- Enfield

Woolpack- Hertford


Whether you're enjoying a Macs Brew whilst watching the match at the pub or even at home, share your pictures on Instagram or Facebook and tag @mcmullens_brewing_pubs so we can enjoy it with you!

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