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The Whalebone (Brew Pub)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Whalebone - Diana MildGood1
Whalebone - Neck Oil BitterAcceptable1
Timothy Taylor - LandlordNot Tried0
Copper Dragon - Best BitterNot Tried0
Greene King - IPA ReserveNot Tried0

Visits Details

05 Jan 2013 (Stephen Harris)
Unexpectedly busy on Saturday evening, especially given the unpromising locale.
Whalebone - Diana Mild3.50GoodVery dark red in colour, approaching black. A smooth, easy-drinking dark mild.
Whalebone - Neck Oil Bitter3.90AcceptableA very bland bitter.
Timothy Taylor - Landlord4.30Not Tried
Copper Dragon - Best Bitter3.80Not Tried
Greene King - IPA Reserve5.40Not Tried

About The Whalebone

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, HU2 0PA.

This pub is situated in a now run-down industrial area on the west bank of the River Hull, 10 minutes walk north from the top of the High Street. Whaling boats once sailed from this stretch of the river. The pub was probably established in the early nineteenth century and today is a cosy place, adorned with many black and white photographs of old Hull pubs and sporting teams. An in-house brewery was established in July 2003 and produces beers which are sold cheaply in the pub and which have names relating to the whaling industry.

We have visited this pub once, seen 5 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: HU2 0PA