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10:50 From Victoria (Free House)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Dartford Wobbler (re-named from Millis) - Golden WobblerGood1
Skinner's - Betty Stogs BitterGood1
Skinner's - Heligan HoneyGood1
Mighty Oak - Maldon GoldGood1
Kent - Nelson SauvinGood1
Grainstore - Ten Fifty (1050)Good1
Box Steam - Funnel BlowerAcceptable2
Pig & Porter - SkylarkingAcceptable1
Teignworthy - Reel AleAcceptable1
G2 - Southern CrossAcceptable1
Kent - KGBAcceptable1
Dancing Duck - Ay UpNot Tried0
Kent - Brewers ReserveNot Tried0
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 5Not Tried0
Musket - Flintlock Best BitterNot Tried0
Dartford Wobbler (re-named from Millis) - Curiously DarkNot Tried0
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - HPA Hoppy Pale AleNot Tried0
Portobello - Northern Line Stout (collaboration with Camerons)Not Tried0
Grainstore - Red KiteNot Tried0
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde MildNot Tried0
Tonbridge - Blonde AmbitionNot Tried0
Ashover - ZooNot Tried0
Bushy's - Oyster StoutNot Tried0
Picture 1. 10:50 From Victoria, Strood, Kent

Visits Details

21 Apr 2022 (Magnus Greel)
Been on my bucket list far too long, impressive sun trap outside seating area which I took advantage of and enjoyed my beer.
Mighty Oak - Maldon Gold3.80GoodPeaty yet dry and hoppy
Kent - Nelson Sauvin4.50GoodSpicy hoppy with honey notes and a bitter kick to finish.
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 54.40Not Tried
Grainstore - Ten Fifty (1050)5.00Not Tried
Musket - Flintlock Best Bitter4.20Not Tried
Dartford Wobbler (re-named from Millis) - Curiously Dark3.60Not Tried
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - HPA Hoppy Pale Ale3.60Not Tried
05 Nov 2016 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. The stove on the front wall was positively posterior warming so I soon moved away! Good to see an emigrée from The Door Hinge now drinking here.
Dartford Wobbler (re-named from Millis) - Golden Wobbler4.10GoodDistinctive Dartford Wobbler taste
G2 - Southern Cross4.80Acceptable
Bushy's - Oyster Stout4.20Not Tried
Dancing Duck - Ay Up3.90Not Tried
Kent - Brewers Reserve5.00Not Tried
16 Sep 2016 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. First slight chill of autumn but still many in the garden. Inside luckily obtained a seat. Lots of groups of couples here. Several abvs wrongly displayed on the menu board.
Grainstore - Ten Fifty (1050)5.00GoodThe regular beer here
Pig & Porter - Skylarking4.00AcceptableSour old taste and too hazy to be better than average
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde Mild3.70Not Tried
Tonbridge - Blonde Ambition4.20Not Tried
Ashover - Zoo5.50Not Tried
18 May 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. Micropub is settling in nicely. Casks are now kept in a temperature controlled room with stillage for 7.
Skinner's - Heligan Honey4.20Good
Kent - KGB4.10AcceptableHazy, tired
Portobello - Northern Line Stout (collaboration with Camerons)4.40Not Tried
Grainstore - Red Kite3.80Not Tried
14 Mar 2015 (Dosser)
Amazing micro pub. Needs to be seen to be believed. At the back of Asdas car park. Took a while to find.
Box Steam - Funnel Blower4.50AcceptableBit flat as Phil Pirrip said, but perfectly acceptable for a porter after our McDonalds.
13 Mar 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. Great quirky new Micropub with 3 very enthusiastic proprietors holding court. Now there is a reason for visiting Strood.
Skinner's - Betty Stogs Bitter4.00GoodCask fresh on
Teignworthy - Reel Ale4.00Acceptable
Box Steam - Funnel Blower4.50AcceptableFlat
Grainstore - Ten Fifty (1050)5.00Not TriedRan out

About the 10:50 From Victoria

The pub sign. 10:50 From Victoria, Strood, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Strood, Kent, ME2 4SJ.

Quirky Micropub in North Street which officially opened on Monday 2nd March 2015 in a railway arch at the rear of shop premises. Originally rumoured it would be called Strood Emporium. Access is through a signed wooden gate in North Street then up an alley into a garden yard. The pub is well disguised inside a railway arch so you can hear trains passing overhead. High bench seating and tables. Walls adorned with bric-brac such as bottles, blowlamps, toy trains, oil lamps and various railway signs. Railway track is embossed on to the floor. Old National cash register is in live use with an abacus above it for the proprietors to tally up their own beer intake. Modern stove with chimney flue on the front wall keeps the pub cosy. Real ales and ciders are served from a temperature controlled rear room on gravity dispense. No children permitted under 18 - strictly enforced. Cash payment only. Local CAMRA branch Pub of the Year 2022 & 2019. CAMRA West Kent Pub of the Year 2019. ** CLOSED ALL DAY ON SUNDAY.**

We have visited this pub 6 times, seen 23 different beers and tried 11 of them.

Map location

Postcode: ME2 4SJ