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The Four Candles Alehouse (Freehouse)

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Four Candles - Coffee & Hazelnut PorterExcellent1
Four Candles - East Kent BitterExcellent1
Four Candles - Extra PaleExcellent1
Four Candles - GoldenExcellent2
Four Candles - Green Hop RyeExcellent1
Four Candles - Hazelnut PorterExcellent1
Four Candles - New Zealand Rye PaleExcellent1
Four Candles - Southern Cross PaleExcellent1
Four Candles - Strong and StunningExcellent1
Four Candles - Target PorterExcellent1
Four Candles - Winter BitterExcellent1
Four Candles - Chinook Session BitterNot Tried0
Four Candles - CitraNot Tried0
Four Candles - Green Hop SessionNot Tried0
Four Candles - Juniper RyeNot Tried0
Four Candles - Taiheke Single HopNot Tried0
Four Candles - Wakatu Session PaleNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Four Candles Alehouse, St Peter's, Kent
Picture 2. The Four Candles Alehouse, St Peter's, Kent

Visits Details

09 Feb 2019 (Andrew)
Last stop of the night and busy. We ended standing up chatting to a local about pubs in Herne Bay. I really like this pub.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Hazelnut Porter4.90Excellent
Four Candles - East Kent Bitter4.10Excellent
Four Candles - Wakatu Session Pale3.80Not Tried
10 Jan 2019 (ChrisE)
Early doors at 4.30 for 5pm opening. Warm and welcoming, we stayed for longer than originally planned and cut out our visit to the next pub. A proper micropub.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Target Porter4.20Excellent
05 Jan 2019 (Dosser)
Small crowd and 3 home made beers
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Golden4.70GoodThis golden was 4.4% and £3.40. Crisp and in good nick.
29 Dec 2018 (Andrew)
Great pub. We managed to find two chairs and perch on the end of a bench table. Great atmosphere.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Winter Bitter4.40ExcellentExcellent deep brown chestnut, and slightly sweet, best bitter.
Four Candles - Chinook Session Bitter3.90Not Tried
Four Candles - Taiheke Single Hop4.40Not Tried
03 Oct 2018 (Magnus Greel)
Mid evening one table occupied with friendly locals, we sat at the other table soon to be joined by a throng of German students, all drinking the real ales. Friendly welcome and attentive service from our barmaid.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Southern Cross Pale4.10ExcellentEasy drinking mellow yet full flavoured fruity NZ hopped ale in fine form
Four Candles - Green Hop Rye4.40ExcellentStronger wheatier version of the SCP, again served in fine form
Four Candles - Green Hop Session3.10Not Tried
22 Jul 2018 (Dosser)
Good crowd in
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Coffee & Hazelnut Porter4.70ExcellentLovely. This is a repeat brew. One of the first here.
02 May 2018 (Dosser)
3 local beer brewed on the premises
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - New Zealand Rye Pale4.50ExcellentThis one was 5%
10 Feb 2018 (Andrew)
Handful in. Nice corner community pub.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Extra Pale4.70Excellent
Four Candles - Citra4.10Not Tried
Four Candles - Juniper Rye4.50Not Tried
22 Nov 2017 (Dosser)
Lots of new beers on
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Strong and Stunning5.00ExcellentLovely beer
05 Aug 2017 (Dosser)
Nice crowd on a Saturday evening
BeerABVScoreNotes
Four Candles - Golden4.70ExcellentSlovenian hopped golden ale

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About The Four Candles Alehouse

The pub sign. The Four Candles Alehouse, St Peter's, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional1
Excellent30
Good19
Acceptable4
Poor1

Website.

The pub is found in St Peter's, Kent, CT10 2AT.

Located in Sowell Street in former shop premises, converted to become one of Thanet's ever increasing population of Micropubs. Like the other Micropubs which are becoming a popular part of the East Kent drinking scene this shop conversion is a street corner former shop building with its entrance front door on the corner itself. The real ales and cider are served direct by gravity from casks in the rear temperature controlled stillage room. Access to the toilet is via the stillage room. First opened on the evening of Thursday 9th August 2012 just in time to benefit from the Broadstairs Folk Week starting the very next day. Although the pub name is prompted by a Two Ronnies TV sketch please do not try buying here any hoes, plugs, saw tips, peas, pumps, washers or even billhooks. Just beer and cider should do. A small in-house brewery installation was subsequently made here.

We have visited this pub 42 times, seen 84 different beers and tried 51 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CT10 2AT