History: Home > The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse)

The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse) (Freehouse)

[More Visits]

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Timothy Taylor - Poulter's PorterExcellent1
Kent - Brewers ReserveExcellent1
Dark Star - American Pale AleExcellent1
Kent - Black MirrorGood1
Portobello - Market PorterGood1
Kent - Green GiantGood1
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 7Good1
Iron Pier - Perry St PaleGood1
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - DogBolter Dark PorterGood1
Kent - CitraGood1
Heritage (formerly William Worthington Brewery) - MasterpieceAcceptable1
Northdown - Pale Ale MaryPoor1
Otter - BrightNot Tried0
Twickenham (also uses sub-brand Old Hands) - Grandstand BitterNot Tried0
Portobello - APANot Tried0
Portobello - Home Turf PaleNot Tried0
Fuller's - London PrideNot Tried0
Dark Star - American Pale AleNot Tried0
Irving - Admiral Classic StoutNot Tried0
Anarchy - Hard TimesNot Tried0
Westerham - British BulldogNot Tried0
Iron Pier - PorterNot Tried0
Iron Pier - RytesNot Tried0
Tiny Rebel - CwtchNot Tried0
Swan - Green SwanNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse), Broadstairs, Kent
Picture 2. The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse), Broadstairs, Kent

Visits Details

03 Jan 2019 (Dosser)
Few in on a cold afternoon.
Kent - Black Mirror4.50GoodDidn't taste like a Kent brewery beer but went down well.
28 Oct 2018 (Dosser)
A good crowd in
Iron Pier - Perry St Pale3.70GoodNice flavours
Heritage (formerly William Worthington Brewery) - Masterpiece5.60AcceptableNot my sort of beer at all
03 Oct 2018 (Philip Pirrip)
Mid evening visit. A singing group was in full voice in the upstairs area with a variety of harmonics put to a number of contemporary pop and more traditional songs, very good they were. The barmaid said the owner is concentrating on the delicatessen in the old pub's premises for the moment then attention may fall to commissioning the brewery intended for here.
Kent - Green Giant6.00GoodGood but not a patch on last year's anywhere I have tried it so far in 2018
Northdown - Pale Ale Mary4.00PoorA tired pint which needed lemonade dashes to push it down
Tiny Rebel - Cwtch4.60Not Tried
Swan - Green Swan4.10Not TriedA Herefordshire take on green hopping
22 Jul 2018 (Dosser)
5 ales on
Kent - Brewers Reserve5.00ExcellentLovely flavours
17 May 2018 (Philip Pirrip)
Mid evening visit. Good chat with a travelling wine sales rep who was adamant that Oakham Citra was the best Citra beer and who could gainsay him.
Kent - Citra4.50Good
Anarchy - Hard Times4.30Not Tried
Westerham - British Bulldog4.10Not Tried
Iron Pier - Porter5.30Not Tried
Iron Pier - Rytes4.50Not Tried
02 May 2018 (Dosser)
A few in on a quiet night
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - DogBolter Dark Porter5.60GoodOnly 2 beers on...4 others had run out that evening
11 Apr 2018 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening visit, my first to the new location. Now just a pub rather than a micropub. Seems more emphasis on keg than real ales now too. Good to see bar billiards upstairs. The pub still has an expectation to set up the brewery but apparently efforts are currently concentrated in getting the delicatessen set up in the old micropub premises just a few doors along.
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 73.80Good
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Dark Star - American Pale Ale4.70Not Tried
Irving - Admiral Classic Stout4.30Not Tried
10 Apr 2018 (Dosser)
Quiz night on our crawl
Dark Star - American Pale Ale4.70ExcellentGreat condition
10 Feb 2018 (Andrew)
First time I've been here since it moved venue. Now it's basically a pub. Nice and busy.
Portobello - Market Porter4.60Good
Otter - Bright4.30Not Tried
Twickenham (also uses sub-brand Old Hands) - Grandstand Bitter3.80Not Tried
Portobello - APA5.00Not Tried
Portobello - Home Turf Pale4.30Not Tried
22 Nov 2017 (Dosser)
Only 2 others in on a quiet evening
Timothy Taylor - Poulter's Porter4.80ExcellentSmashing pint

[More Visits]

About The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse)

The pub sign. The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse), Broadstairs, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Broadstairs, Kent, CT10 1LR.

First incarnation was a former Pet Food shop converted into a Micropub in 5 Charlotte Street specialising in cask ales and ciders. Opened on the 30th November 2012. The casks were visible racked behind the bar behind glass frontage. High tables with similarly high wall mounted bench seating abounds. Plans to relocate to a nearby much larger street corner premise at 11-13 Charlotte Street came to fruition on Friday Friday 5th May 2017 and this incorporates a brewhouse for what will be Broadstairs Town Brewery perhaps in 2018. 8 handpumps and 10 keg beer taps in the new location. Bar billiards upstairs where is some extra seating too. The new venue is too large to be a Micropub so best called an alehouse or really just a pub.

We have visited this pub 64 times, seen 118 different beers and tried 79 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CT10 1LR