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The Albert (Greene King)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Westerham - 1730Excellent1
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London PrideGood1
Big Penny (formerly Truman's) as of late 2022 contract brewed - RunnerPoor1
Belhaven - Caledonian Deuchars IPANot Tried0
Greene King - Morland Old Golden HenNot Tried0
Woodforde's - WherryNot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Banks's - Wychwood Hobgoblin GoldNot Tried0
Big Penny (formerly Truman's) as of late 2022 contract brewed - ZephyrNot Tried0
Adnams - BroadsideNot Tried0

Visits Details

03 Jun 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening until close.
Westerham - 17304.00Excellent£4.44 pp less 10% becomes nicely £4
Woodforde's - Wherry3.80Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Banks's - Wychwood Hobgoblin Gold4.20Not Tried
Big Penny (formerly Truman's) as of late 2022 contract brewed - Zephyr4.40Not Tried
15 Jan 2015 (McGargle)
Friendly enough busy pub with lacklustre beer choice.
Big Penny (formerly Truman's) as of late 2022 contract brewed - Runner4.00PoorAnother boring brown bitter. Nothing wrong with serve just the beer.
09 Aug 2013 (Stephen Harris)
A sneaky lunchtime half whilst my boss wasn’t looking. The clientele seemed entirely to be families of tourists eating fish and chips.
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London Pride4.10GoodA good pint of Pride.
Adnams - Broadside4.70Not Tried
Belhaven - Caledonian Deuchars IPA3.80Not Tried
Greene King - Morland Old Golden Hen4.10Not Tried

About The Albert

The pub sign. The Albert, Westminster, Central London

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Westminster, Central London, SW1H 0NP.

This pub was founded in around 1842 as the Blue Coat Boy, being rebuilt and re-named the Albert Tavern in 1867 after acquisition by the Artillery Brewery of Westminster to be the brewery tap. It is a grand building, with patterned brickwork and two iron balconies along the frontage. It must once have dominated the scene on this stretch of Victoria Street, but it is now conspicuously the only building of its era remaining in the area and is itself now dwarfed by surrounding office blocks. Inside there is a single ground floor bar, albeit effectively split in to front and rear areas. A grand staircase leads to a first floor restaurant. The bar itself has impressive wooden fittings and there is plenty of surviving etched glass. There are a few pavement tables. Front area counter has 6 handpumps, rear one has 5 too but these 5 are usually out of use.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 10 different beers and tried 3 of them.

Map location

Postcode: SW1H 0NP