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The Troubadour of Kent (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - JaipurExcellent1
Dark Star - HopheadExcellent1
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 5Excellent3
Oakham - CitraExcellent2
Kent - Session PaleExcellent1
Kent - ProhibitionNot Tried0

Visits Details

14 Sep 2017 (ChrisE)
Evening until 9pm (ish) close. Very welcoming and a very good pianist playing the piano.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 54.40Excellent
Dark Star - Hophead3.80Excellent
Kent - Prohibition4.80Not Tried
29 Apr 2017 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening until 10.30pm close. As always beaten to the earlier lunchtime first day session by ChrisE who is up with the lark or never sleeps! Very hospitable with gratis buffet tonight and run by a very friendly family, all mucking in tonight, who were inspired and helped by the Guv at The Just Reproach, Deal in setting up and training for their venture. Very much a work in progress with boarded up broken front window and it was a unique feature to have the lights flickering as an unintended consequence of someone regularly leaning against the panel of switches.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 54.40Excellent
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Jaipur5.90ExcellentQuite the best Jaipur I have had for some time
Oakham - Citra4.20Excellent
Kent - Session Pale3.70Not Tried
29 Apr 2017 (ChrisE)
Saturday afternoon on the pub's first day of opening and still work in progress. We enjoyed some bread and cheese and had a good chat with the owners.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 54.40Excellent
Oakham - Citra4.20Excellent
Kent - Session Pale3.70Excellent
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Jaipur5.90Not TriedNot quite ready yet but expected to come on sale soon.

About The Troubadour of Kent

Summary of Beer Scores

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Excellent8
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Acceptable-
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Website.

The pub is found in Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1JR.

Micropub in Tontine Street in a converted former newsagent/food shop, which opened on 29th April 2017. Live traditional music, poetry & storytelling help the pub live up to its name. High bench seating and high tables on the left hand side and low tables and chairs on the right. Unisex toilet. Small raised performance stage by the front window. Piano. Real ales and ciders sold on gravity dispense from a temperature controlled cellar room. Wine too.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 6 different beers and tried 5 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CT20 1JR