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Queens Head (Waveney)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Waveney - LightweightExcellent1
Wolf - Silver FoxGood1
Waveney - East Coast MildAcceptable1
Dent - AviatorNot Tried0
Eagle (formerly Wells & Young's, formerly Charles Wells, formerly Wells) - Young's London Original (was Bitter)Not Tried0
Everards (see entries against Joule's & Robinsons from now on) - TigerNot Tried0
Spire - Whiter Shade of PaleNot Tried0
Wolf - Wolf In Sheep's ClothingNot Tried0
Picture 1. Queens Head, Earsham, Norfolk

Visits Details

24 Aug 2014 (HSB)
16:15 Busy. None of their own beers on! Landlord/brewer recognised me from the Norwich Beer Festival and came over for a chat. The lack of beer was down to a wild yeast infection in a brew of the Lightweight. He had tapped one and left it soft spiled and it was still working. I asked for and got a taster.
Waveney - Lightweight3.90ExcellentI am judging the wild yeast version rather the proper one. The beer was superb. Excellent condition and clarity. Dry. Only negative factor was lack of body as full fermentation was under way. It had the characteristics of a geuze. The Silver Fox was sweet in comparison.
Wolf - Silver Fox4.60Good
Everards (see entries against Joule's & Robinsons from now on) - Tiger4.20Not Tried
Wolf - Wolf In Sheep's Clothing3.70Not Tried
Eagle (formerly Wells & Young's, formerly Charles Wells, formerly Wells) - Young's London Original (was Bitter)3.70Not Tried
28 Jul 2007 (Ian)
Traditional village pub. L shaped bar, 4 handpumps, several drinking areas, real fire, piano. Pump clips on ceiling above bar show the various guest beers. Red tiled floor. Excellent traditional village local. Pool table in a side room.
Waveney - East Coast Mild3.80AcceptableVery deep ruby, lasting beige head. Very choccy, velvety, milky aroma. Decent condition in mouth, smooth, velvety choccy mild, some sweetish damson fruit. It's certainly tasty and smooth, some dryness on end. Little bit one dimensional. Little bit of toffee.
Dent - Aviator4.00Not Tried
Spire - Whiter Shade of Pale4.00Not Tried
28 Jul 2007 (Andrew)
Busy village local with an old world feel to it. The pub is home to the Waveney brewery.
Dent - Aviator4.00Not Tried
Waveney - East Coast Mild3.80Not TriedHad a few sips of Ian's. Loved it. Reminded me of Goacher's mild with its easy drinking smooth roasted feel.
Spire - Whiter Shade of Pale4.00Not Tried

About the Queens Head

The pub sign. Queens Head, Earsham, Norfolk

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Earsham, Norfolk, NR35 2TS.

In Station Road this is a long thin pub with the front 2 rooms sectioned into a bar and a pool-table area. A large seating area is found to the rear. Home to the Waveney Brewing Company.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 8 different beers and tried 3 of them.

Map location

Postcode: NR35 2TS