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The Anchor Inn (Ei Group (formerly Enterprise Inns))

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Wantsum - HengistExcellent1
Wantsum - 1381Excellent1
Fuller's - London PrideGood6
Nelson - Scrum HalfGood1
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Brains - First GoldNot Tried0
Robinsons - Dizzy BlondeNot Tried0
Long Man - Long Blonde Not Tried0
Picture 1. The Anchor Inn, Wingham, Kent
Picture 2. The Anchor Inn, Wingham, Kent

Visits Details

17 Mar 2017 (Jack William)
St Patrick's day just after 5. Very busy with diddly diddly music from a group of 5 strings giving it their all. Good craic I believe is the correct description.
Nelson - Scrum Half4.00GoodMalty.
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Long Man - Long Blonde 3.80Not Tried
27 Feb 2016 (Andrew)
11:10 am. Just me, the bar maid and the pub dog. Nice proper village pub this.
Wantsum - 13813.80ExcellentGood condition. Light golden bitter. Reedy with rose notes. Nice. This nearly as good as Canterbury Ales Wife of Bath. Nearly :-)
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Robinsons - Dizzy Blonde3.80Not Tried
17 Jan 2015 (Andrew)
Jane and Isabel were going to get their hair cut in Wingham so I tagged along. I lived here for a number of years so it was interesting to come back. The Anchor is a really nice pub with lots of old beams and hops. 3 beers on now including a Kent micro.
Wantsum - Hengist5.00ExcellentGood condition. Soft in the mouth. Hint of marzipan. Rich light brown colour
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Brains - First Gold3.80Not Tried
06 Jan 2013 (John Kirk)
My visit coincided with the pub's regular Sunday afternoon live music spot. The place was very busy; and the atmosphere was brilliant! Before joining the music lovers in the main bar, I squeezed into the packed restaurant and had a very nice (and reasonably priced!) Sunday roast. The staff were friendly and helpful - A great pub: I'll definitely go back there.
20 Nov 2005 (Andrew)
It was mid evening and the main bar was fairly busy as they had a live singer in.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodA good pint. Bitter to start with followed by deep malt and some caramel on the finish
15 May 2005 (Andrew)
Only 2 other people in on a late Saturday afternoon. In fact I've never been in it with more than a handfull of other drinkers - but then I don't often go in
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodSlighly hoppy, sligtly malty brown beer
15 May 2005 (Ian)
Village pub with lots of wood in evidence in the interior. Only London Pride available as a bitter when I visited. Very pleasant.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10AcceptableThis was fine. Slightly too cold but had some caramel and hops
05 Mar 2005 (Andrew)
We turned up just before closing so got a rather frosty reception. The pub was fairly quiet.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodAs good as London Pride gets.
15 Jan 2005 (Andrew)
Virtually empty except for a few locals sitting around the bar. It's a loverly pub and really feels like a drinkers venue not a resturant
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodNice. I know that's a bland comment but it was, well, nice.
15 Jan 2005 (Cam)
Late afternoon after a couple of JHBs from Canterbury Beer shop
Fuller's - London Pride4.10AcceptableBit flat, bit yeasty but OK.

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About The Anchor Inn

The pub sign. The Anchor Inn, Wingham, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Wingham, Kent, CT3 1BJ.

Old low beamed 3 roomed pub in the centre of Wingham.

We have visited this pub 11 times, seen 8 different beers and tried 4 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CT3 1BJ