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Bramley's (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Shepherd Neame - Spitfire (or Spitfire Amber Ale)Good1
Shepherd Neame - Bishops FingerAcceptable1
Shepherd Neame - Canterbury JackNot Tried0
Picture 1. Bramley's, Canterbury, Kent
Picture 2. Bramley's, Canterbury, Kent

Visits Details

20 Mar 2010 (Ian)
Possibly the oddest bar I have been in for Canterbury. Parachute silk on the ceiling, bizarre flock wallpaper, more women than men in the place and lots of cocktails. 4 handpumps of which 2 were on. Really comfy armchairs though and suddenly late 70s early 80s rock has achieved a kitsch value as ACDC, Led Zeppellin, Deep Purple and Van Halen were all played.
Shepherd Neame - Bishops Finger5.00AcceptableBit flat, some fruit. I enjoyed the Van Halen "Drop Dead Legs" more.
Shepherd Neame - Canterbury Jack3.50Not Tried
15 Jan 2010 (Andrew)
A friend at work described this as, "Canterbury's best real ale pub". I'd never heard of it so I came to find out what it's like. The interior is great. I guess it's themed as a bar from the 1880's American West. There's a large room to the rear that just looks like there should be poker games going on between men with names like Three-hand Luke. I thought it was great.
Shepherd Neame - Spitfire (or Spitfire Amber Ale)4.20GoodI liked this. Tangy and malty with some good earthy hops on the bite.
Shepherd Neame - Bishops Finger5.00Not Tried
Shepherd Neame - Canterbury Jack3.50Not Tried

About the Bramley's

The pub sign. Bramley's, Canterbury, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2JA.

A large multi-roomed venue on Orange Street in the Odd Fellows Hall historic building. More recently a cocktail bar not selling real ales.

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

Map location

Postcode: CT1 2JA