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Two Sawyers (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Old Dairy - Summer TopExcellent1
Harvey's - Sussex Best BitterGood2
Ringwood - FortyninerNot Tried0
1648 - SignatureNot Tried0
King Beer (formerly W.J. King) - Brighton BlondeNot Tried0
Beachy Head - Legless RamblerNot Tried0
Eagle (was Wells & Young's, was Charles Wells, was Wells) - Courage DirectorsNot Tried0
Picture 1. Two Sawyers, Pett, East Sussex
Stephen Harris

Visits Details

04 Jun 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Here for dinner with my brother and we sit in the quiet restaurant area. The bars meanwhile are busy.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Old Dairy - Summer Top3.60ExcellentA very nice, light beer.
Harvey's - Sussex Best Bitter4.00Not Tried
Eagle (was Wells & Young's, was Charles Wells, was Wells) - Courage Directors4.80Not Tried
11 Oct 2015 (Stephen Harris)
Lunch in here with my mother and father to celebrate their 59th wedding anniversary. Apparently I have to tip off the Queen so that a congratulatory telegramme can be sent next year for the Diamond Wedding anniversary. Very nice here. A national brand beer also available, but I forget which.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Harvey's - Sussex Best Bitter4.00ExcellentA really good pint.
Beachy Head - Legless Rambler5.00Not Tried
30 May 2013 (Stephen Harris)
Lunch with family members to celebrate my fatherís birthday Ė at a pub we know well and have used for many years.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Harvey's - Sussex Best Bitter4.00AcceptableNot the greatest pint of this beer Iíve ever had unfortunately, itís flat condition nullifying much of the flavour.
Ringwood - Fortyniner4.90Not Tried
1648 - Signature4.40Not Tried
King Beer (formerly W.J. King) - Brighton Blonde3.90Not Tried

About the Two Sawyers

The pub sign. Two Sawyers, Pett, East Sussex

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional-
Excellent2
Good-
Acceptable1
Poor-

Website.

The pub is found in Pett, East Sussex, TN35 4HB.

An old, tiled, village pub. It came to wider attention in 1995 when the Forge Brewery was established in an outbuilding, later becoming the Pett Brewing Company. As well as for its brewing, the pub was equally well-known for its food and for bed and breakfast accommodation. But in the early 2000s the pub closed and land was sold off for development. Pleasingly the pub re-opened in around 2010, with a smaller garden, no outbuildings any longer, a re-sited boules pitch and a lot of new, flat-dwelling neighbours. It still has two small public bars and an adjoining pair of restaurant rooms.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 7 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: TN35 4HB