|Beer (sort)||Average Score (sort)||No. Samples (sort)|
|Harveys - Sussex Best Bitter||2|
|Greene King - Morland Old Speckled Hen||Not Tried||0|
|Wells & Young's (Charles Wells now) - Young's Bitter||Not Tried||0|
|Harveys - Sussex Best Bitter||4.00||A tad too fresh for my liking|
|Greene King - Morland Old Speckled Hen||4.50||Not Tried|
|Wells & Young's (Charles Wells now) - Young's Bitter||3.70||Not Tried|
|Harveys - Sussex Best Bitter||4.00||Soon ran out on this cask after I had ordered. New cask pulled through and distinct brewery hopstore smells wafted through the pub as the cellarman tapped another cask|
|Greene King - Morland Old Speckled Hen||4.50||Not Tried||None of our group touched the stuff|
|Wells & Young's (Charles Wells now) - Young's Bitter||3.70||Not Tried||Clip was turned round. Upon questioning the barman said they had decided to replace it with one of the local Long Man Brewery beers - probably Blonde|
The pub is found in Normans' Bay, Pevensey, East Sussex, BN24 6QG.
Seemingly isolated pub at Normans' Bay but not far from humanity really. The Star Inn is a classic English pub in the village of Normans' Bay, Pevensey. The pub has lots to offer all the family and is just a short distance from local towns Eastbourne, Bexhill and Hastings. The drinks menu boasts a wide selection of real ales, lagers and wines while the food menu includes the famous Star Inn Carvery with three succulent meats and various steamed vegetables. The large gardens are an ideal setting for those rare fair weather days. A river running through the grounds is home to resident ducks and swans and adds to the peaceful and tranquil setting. Children can be kept fully entertained with an inside games room consisting of computer games, rides and toy machines. Outside it has a large play area.
We have visited this pub twice, seen 3 different beers and tried 1 of them.
Postcode: BN24 6QG