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The Corner Tap (Whitstable Brewery)

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Whitstable - Kentish ReserveAcceptable1
Oakham - JHBNot Tried0
Whitstable - East India Pale AleNot Tried0
Triple fff - Pressed Rat & WarthogNot Tried0
Whitstable - Native BitterNot Tried0
Salopian - OracleNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Corner Tap, Faversham, Kent
Picture 2. The Corner Tap, Faversham, Kent

Visits Details

15 Dec 2016 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening until 10.30pm close. My first visit, can see no reason why not a Micropub but the row of fizz taps is a worrying trend, they are in an increasing number of Micropubs, a concept which originally were cask only ale houses. Ambience may be work in progress but felt rather clinical.
Whitstable - Kentish Reserve5.00AcceptableRather metallic
Oakham - JHB3.80Not Tried
Whitstable - East India Pale Ale4.10Not Tried
Triple fff - Pressed Rat & Warthog3.80Not Tried
Whitstable - Native Bitter3.70Not Tried
Salopian - Oracle4.00Not Tried

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About The Corner Tap

The pub sign. The Corner Tap, Faversham, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Faversham, Kent, ME13 8PE.

A two roomed pub, in the style of a Micropub, created from a glazing shop conversion in Preston Street which opened on 1st December 2016. Real ales, ciders and keg beers are sold from the bar counter in the bare boarded front room through a line of wall taps. More comfortably appointed rear room up three steps. Inevitably majors on selling products from the owning Whitstable Brewery.

We have visited this pub 11 times, seen 34 different beers and tried 12 of them.

Map location

Postcode: ME13 8PE