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Chelsea Potter (Greene King)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Thwaites - Big BenExcellent1
Wylam - Spring ThingExcellent1
Black Sheep - Best BitterAcceptable1
Greene King - London GloryAcceptable1
Thwaites - Nutty BlackNot Tried0
Marston's - EPANot Tried0
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London PrideNot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Greene King - IPANot Tried0

Visits Details

29 Aug 2016 (Jack William)
Just after noon - up here for the Stones exhibition at the Saatchi gallery. Few customers - but service still slow. 3 out of 5 hand pumps turned round. Toilets smelt. Is this the best the Kings Road can do?
BeerABVScoreNotes
Greene King - London Glory4.10AcceptableStrange - a good head but tasted flat, and of nothing else much.
Greene King - IPA3.60Not Tried
24 Sep 2014 (Magnus Greel)
Pre match crowd already for tonight's Bolton game.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Thwaites - Big Ben4.50ExcellentCreamy chocolate flavour stout
Black Sheep - Best Bitter3.80Acceptabletowards the end of the barrel but drinkable
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London Pride4.10Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not TriedRare to find this beer in London!
07 Apr 2013 (Stephen Harris)
I came in here for a much-needed lunchtime pint after viewing the rather disturbing exhibition of Russian photographs at the nearby Saatchi Gallery. CAMRA discount claimed.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Wylam - Spring Thing3.40ExcellentLight gold in colour. This beer features the rarely-encountered Ahtanum hop. Citrusy and sprightly and a bit spicy.
Thwaites - Nutty Black3.30Not Tried
Marston's - EPA3.60Not Tried

About the Chelsea Potter

The pub sign. Chelsea Potter, Chelsea, Greater London

Summary of Beer Scores

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Exceptional-
Excellent2
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Acceptable2
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Website.

The pub is found in Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 4PL.

This pub is located at the heart of the Kings Road shopping area, having been established here as a beerhouse by 1842. For two-thirds of its history it traded as the Commercial Tavern, but was renamed in 1956 to bring in a more-obviously local connection. The pub became well-known at the height of 1960s ‘Swinging London’, when it was frequented by the likes of Michael Caine and Terence Stamp and many of the fashionable types that once made the Kings Road famous. For a while branded as a ‘Taylor Walker’ pub, it is these days more of a shoppers' than a stoners' hangout.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 9 different beers and tried 4 of them.

Map location

Postcode: SW3 4PL