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Hog & Donkey (Freehouse)

We believe this building is NO LONGER a pub

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Badger (Hall & Woodhouse) - Flowers IPA (subsequently contract brewed at Brains)Good2
Picture 1. Hog & Donkey, Marshside, Kent
Picture 2. Hog & Donkey, Marshside, Kent

Visits Details

29 May 2005 (Ian)
Somewhere on the marshes south of Herne Bay. Could do with a lot of restoration. Serves one beer on gravity. A bit of an oddity. Suffice it to say that I won't be returning
Badger (Hall & Woodhouse) - Flowers IPA (subsequently contract brewed at Brains)3.60AcceptableMid brown beer with some hop and some malt. Unexceptional
29 May 2005 (Andrew)
It was late Sunday afternoon and the pub was deserted. After a few minute the landlord came in and poured our pints. He then went off and left us alone. The pub had an eclectic feel to it with odd bits of carpet and a variety of wooden furniture. One wall was covered with crome car bumpers. Certainly an interesting pub
Badger (Hall & Woodhouse) - Flowers IPA (subsequently contract brewed at Brains)3.60GoodGravity poured (it had a Fremlins cooler jacket on it - ahhh, if only).

About the Hog & Donkey

The pub sign. Hog & Donkey, Marshside, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Marshside, Kent, CT3 4EH.

This pub is found down a narrow winding country road leading out of Boyden Gate. It is set back from the road with an outbuilding set at the front.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 1 beer and tried it.

Map location

Postcode: CT3 4EH