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The Anchor Inn (Ei Group (formerly Enterprise Inns))

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Franklins - Mama Knows BestExcellent1
Wantsum - HengistExcellent1
Wantsum - 1381Excellent1
Fuller's - London PrideGood5
Nelson - Scrum HalfGood1
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Brains - First GoldNot Tried0
Robinsons - Dizzy BlondeNot Tried0
Long Man - Long Blonde Not Tried0
Batemans - Autumn FallNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Anchor Inn, Wingham, Kent
Picture 2. The Anchor Inn, Wingham, Kent

Visits Details

07 Oct 2017 (Andrew)
A really attractive pub this one. Exactly what I want from a village pub; low beams, nooks, crannies, worn wood, deep rich-green furnishings. If I still lived in Wingham I'd be here a lot.
Franklins - Mama Knows Best4.10ExcellentShe cleared the pipes before serving me. Excellent condition. Oakay, rough tar-like malt and black pepper hops.
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Batemans - Autumn Fall4.20Not Tried
17 Mar 2017 (Jack William)
St Patrick's day just after 5. Very busy with diddly diddly music from a group of 5 strings giving it their all. Good craic I believe is the correct description.
Nelson - Scrum Half4.00GoodMalty.
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Long Man - Long Blonde 3.80Not Tried
27 Feb 2016 (Andrew)
11:10 am. Just me, the bar maid and the pub dog. Nice proper village pub this.
Wantsum - 13813.80ExcellentGood condition. Light golden bitter. Reedy with rose notes. Nice. This nearly as good as Canterbury Ales Wife of Bath. Nearly :-)
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Robinsons - Dizzy Blonde3.80Not Tried
17 Jan 2015 (Andrew)
Jane and Isabel were going to get their hair cut in Wingham so I tagged along. I lived here for a number of years so it was interesting to come back. The Anchor is a really nice pub with lots of old beams and hops. 3 beers on now including a Kent micro.
Wantsum - Hengist5.00ExcellentGood condition. Soft in the mouth. Hint of marzipan. Rich light brown colour
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Brains - First Gold3.80Not Tried
06 Jan 2013 (John Kirk)
My visit coincided with the pub's regular Sunday afternoon live music spot. The place was very busy; and the atmosphere was brilliant! Before joining the music lovers in the main bar, I squeezed into the packed restaurant and had a very nice (and reasonably priced!) Sunday roast. The staff were friendly and helpful - A great pub: I'll definitely go back there.
20 Nov 2005 (Andrew)
It was mid evening and the main bar was fairly busy as they had a live singer in.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodA good pint. Bitter to start with followed by deep malt and some caramel on the finish
15 May 2005 (Andrew)
Only 2 other people in on a late Saturday afternoon. In fact I've never been in it with more than a handfull of other drinkers - but then I don't often go in
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodSlighly hoppy, sligtly malty brown beer
15 May 2005 (Ian)
Village pub with lots of wood in evidence in the interior. Only London Pride available as a bitter when I visited. Very pleasant.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10AcceptableThis was fine. Slightly too cold but had some caramel and hops
05 Mar 2005 (Andrew)
We turned up just before closing so got a rather frosty reception. The pub was fairly quiet.
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodAs good as London Pride gets.
15 Jan 2005 (Andrew)
Virtually empty except for a few locals sitting around the bar. It's a loverly pub and really feels like a drinkers venue not a resturant
Fuller's - London Pride4.10GoodNice. I know that's a bland comment but it was, well, nice.

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About The Anchor Inn

The pub sign. The Anchor Inn, Wingham, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Wingham, Kent, CT3 1BJ.

Old low beamed 3 roomed pub in the centre of Wingham.

We have visited this pub 12 times, seen 10 different beers and tried 5 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CT3 1BJ