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Crown Inn (Free House)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Green Jack - StarlingGood1
Hoxne - GoldbrookGood1
Shortts Farm - StrummerGood1
Adnams - BroadsideNot Tried0
Adnams - Southwold BitterNot Tried0
Wolf - WerewolfNot Tried0
Picture 1. Crown Inn, Burston, Norfolk

Visits Details

24 Feb 2016 (HSB)
18:00 My travelling chum was staying overnight with us so we took him to a Norfolk pub he had not been to before. The lounge was busy but we had the public bar to ourselves.
Hoxne - Goldbrook3.80GoodPale ale.
Green Jack - Starling2.80GoodI didn't notice the low gravity at first so I drank the beers in the wrong order. Hard to judge the taste as the previous pint dominated.
Adnams - Broadside4.70Not Tried
Adnams - Southwold Bitter3.70Not Tried
07 Nov 2015 (HSB)
12:45 Nasty wet day here so we went out for lunch and lighted on here as some years since last visited. Just a few others in. We enjoyed a Norfolk platter of salami, Scotch Egg, cheese, pickles and bread all produced in the county.
Shortts Farm - Strummer3.80GoodA fine example of a standard English bitter.
Adnams - Broadside4.70Not Tried
Adnams - Southwold Bitter3.70Not Tried
Wolf - Werewolf4.40Not Tried

About the Crown Inn

The pub sign. Crown Inn, Burston, Norfolk

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Burston, Norfolk, IP22 5TW.

Two room village pub with separate dining room. The left hand bar is more basic with a pool table. The right hand bar has a massive inglenook with sofas and a low table in front. Regular Adnams beers on gravity, two guests on handpump. The village is famous for the Burston School Strike of 1914 - 1939.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 6 different beers and tried 3 of them.

Map location

Postcode: IP22 5TW