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15th Worthing Beer Festival. St Paul's Centre (CAMRA Beer Festival)

We believe this building is NO LONGER a pub

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Hammerpot - Shooting StarExceptional1
Kissingate - Six CrowsExceptional1
Littlehampton (formerly called Anchor Springs) - Black Pearl PorterExceptional1
Hammerpot - Well HammeredExceptional1
Langham - Hip HopExcellent1
Nobby's - Plum PorterExcellent1
Arundel - Autumn Old AleExcellent1
1648 - ArmisticeExcellent1
First In Last Out (FILO) - CardinalExcellent1
Littlehampton (formerly called Anchor Springs) - IPAExcellent1
Topsham & Exminster - Terror Of TopshamGood1

Visits Details

15 Oct 2011 (Alenomore)
My very reason for returning to sunny Worthing. The fresh sea air was welcome and this new venue with an excellent selection of Ales on was superb. I sampled 11 ales, mostly LocAle types, from a selection of 60, all in perfect condition. A great day out.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Hammerpot - Shooting Star3.80ExceptionalVery good. An award winning ale.
Kissingate - Six Crows6.60ExceptionalAn excellent dark un'.
Littlehampton (formerly called Anchor Springs) - Black Pearl Porter5.20ExceptionalAnother new brewery from nearby Littlehampton. An excellent porter.
Hammerpot - Well Hammered5.20ExceptionalSuperb U.S. type pale ale.
1648 - Armistice4.20Excellent
First In Last Out (FILO) - Cardinal4.40ExcellentNice to sample this rarity.
Langham - Hip Hop4.00Excellent
Nobby's - Plum Porter4.00ExcellentA good "starter".
Arundel - Autumn Old Ale4.60Excellent
Littlehampton (formerly called Anchor Springs) - IPA4.00ExcellentA good effort from this new brewery.
Topsham & Exminster - Terror Of Topsham3.60GoodA very refreshing light type to finish my session today.

About the 15th Worthing Beer Festival. St Paul's Centre

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional4
Excellent6
Good1
Acceptable-
Poor-

The pub is found in Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1EE.

A new venue for this 15th edition of a very popular beer festival. Bright, large airy chapel type circa 1812. Very grand on the outside and very smart and modernised on the inside. A much improved venue, well laid out. Recommended. CAMRA beer festivals are no longer held here.

We have visited this pub once, seen 11 different beers and tried them all.

Map location

Postcode: BN11 1EE