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Trout Inn (Mitchells & Butlers)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Everards (see entries against Joule's & Robinsons from now on) - XinguAcceptable1
Brakspear (at Marston's Wychwood) - BitterNot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Skinner's - Cornish TrawlerNot Tried0

Visits Details

06 Jul 2014 (Stephen Harris)
A long time since I was last here, and the pub has been considerably smartened. Busy with lunchtime diners, but plenty of room for a pint in the garden.
Everards (see entries against Joule's & Robinsons from now on) - Xingu4.00AcceptableHazy yellow/gold in colour. A ‘Brazilian’ beer. Soft and bland. Chilled to near tastelessness – I almost dropped to two stars for this one.
Brakspear (at Marston's Wychwood) - Bitter3.40Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Skinner's - Cornish Trawler3.80Not Tried

About the Trout Inn

The pub sign. Trout Inn, Wolvercote, Oxfordshire

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Wolvercote, Oxfordshire, OX2 8PN.

A classic riverside pub that can trace its origins back to 1138 when it was a hostelry attached to Godstow Abbey, the ruins of which lie nearby. The present building has parts which date from the 17th century. Quite how long it has been a pub in the conventional sense is a matter of speculation; probably 300 years plus. It is stone-built, with low ceiling beams. Several rooms and a large riverside terrace and garden. Much modernised inside, where the focus is on serving meals.

We have visited this pub once, seen 4 different beers and tried 1 of them.

Map location

Postcode: OX2 8PN