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The Three Crowns (Free House)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Nottingham - Rock MildExceptional2
Nottingham - Extra Pale AleExcellent2
Adnams - BroadsideNot Tried0
Everards (see entries against Joule's & Robinsons whilst its new brewery was being built) - TigerNot Tried0
Lincolnshire Craft (formerly Tom Wood's) - Bomber CountyNot Tried0
Adnams - Southwold BitterNot Tried0
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London PrideNot Tried0
Springhead - Roaring MegNot Tried0
Cottage - TornadoNot Tried0
Church End - Fuggles FudgeNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Three Crowns, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

Visits Details

14 Apr 2009 (Andrew)
Cam and I had driven out to the Black Horse (the Caythorpe Brewery tap) and the Marquis of Granby (the Brewsters brewery tap) and found both closed!!! we came back home and went to the three crowns instead.
Nottingham - Rock Mild3.80ExcellentFruity, malty with hints of milky burntness.
Nottingham - Extra Pale Ale4.20GoodQuite harsh leafy tannin bitterness to this. Nice but not as 'downable' as in the past
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Springhead - Roaring Meg5.50Not Tried
Cottage - Tornado4.70Not Tried
Church End - Fuggles Fudge4.70Not Tried
10 Jun 2006 (Andrew)
England were playing in the world cup so we popped in and got a take-out of 4 pints of mild and then later, 4 pints of EPA. Both were way too cold but still fantastic. The pub looks like a modern bar and when we visited later (after a great Thai next door) it was full of trendy types. Great beer line up and quality.
Nottingham - Extra Pale Ale4.20ExceptionalNottingham beers have a core taste combination of malt and hops that's recognisable throughout their range. This EPA was as good as any I've drunk before, if a little cold
Nottingham - Rock Mild3.80ExceptionalWonderful. Pear and peach flavours to start with quickly followed by burnt toffee and rich syrup. The finish was good and bitter
Adnams - Broadside4.70Not Tried
Everards (see entries against Joule's & Robinsons whilst its new brewery was being built) - Tiger4.20Not TriedCam tried this and it was fairly bland. Must have been bottom of the barrel as it's usually great
Lincolnshire Craft (formerly Tom Wood's) - Bomber County4.80Not Tried
Adnams - Southwold Bitter3.70Not Tried

About The Three Crowns

The pub sign. The Three Crowns, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, NG11 6LB.

Found on a fairly quiet street in Ruddington this pub comprises a long modern bar area with a front room slightly partitioned off. The back room contains the Three Spices Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant. Known locally as The Top House.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 10 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: NG11 6LB