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The Devereux (Greene King)

We believe this pub is CLOSED

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Westerham - 1730Excellent1
Springhead - SweetlipsExcellent1
Truman's - RunnerGood1
Hop Stuff - Oatmeal StoutGood1
Florence - Topper (branded as A Head In A Hat Brewing)Good1
Batemans - Miss LusciousAcceptable1
Camerons - Harvest AleAcceptable1
London Fields - Hackney HopsterAcceptable1
Old Mill - Traditional BitterAcceptable1
Smiles - DrifterAcceptable1
Eagle (was Wells & Young's, was Charles Wells, was Wells) - Courage DirectorsNot Tried0
Fuller's - ChiswickNot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
St Austell - TributeNot Tried0
London Fields - Love Not WarNot Tried0
Cottage - EndeavourNot Tried0
Greene King - Hardys & Hansons Rocking RudolphNot Tried0
Fuller's - London PrideNot Tried0
Florence - Trilby (branded as A Head In A Hat Brewing)Not Tried0
Greene King - IPANot Tried0
Picture 1. The Devereux, Temple, Central London
Picture 2. The Devereux, Temple, Central London

Visits Details

24 Jan 2017 (Stephen Harris)
Quiet in here at around 8pm, in contrast to two busy pubs visited nearby.
Hop Stuff - Oatmeal Stout4.80GoodA good Oatmeal Stout, although this perhaps not the freshest ever pint served.
Greene King - IPA3.60Not Tried
Westerham - 17304.00Not Tried
12 May 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening until close.
Westerham - 17304.00ExcellentBizarrely priced at £4.44 pp but more comfortably so at £4 after 10% CAMRA discount
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
St Austell - Tribute4.20Not Tried
Florence - Trilby (branded as A Head In A Hat Brewing)4.00Not TriedStupid hanging tab says "Cask Conditioning". Same one still conditioning since a previous correspondent's visit one wonders??
Truman's - Runner4.00Not Tried
30 Apr 2015 (HSB)
11:45 First ones in. CAMRA discount employed.
Truman's - Runner4.00Good
Fuller's - London Pride4.10Not Tried
St Austell - Tribute4.20Not Tried
Florence - Trilby (branded as A Head In A Hat Brewing)4.00Not TriedPump clip in place but I missed the hanger saying conditioning. I wish pubs wouldn't do that.
Westerham - 17304.00Not Tried
09 Dec 2014 (Stephen Harris)
Busy in the early evening. Mostly lawyers by the look of ‘em. Money no object in these parts and it is a shock to find that my pint costs £4:40, even with the CAMRA discount. two other beers were available, but I forget which.
Florence - Topper (branded as A Head In A Hat Brewing)4.80GoodAn ‘Indian Export Porter’, based on an 1808 recipe. Dark brown and a bit challenging.
Greene King - Hardys & Hansons Rocking Rudolph4.20Not TriedA beer that claims to be from a brewery that no longer exists and which advertises itself with flashing lights on the pump-clip. Regrettably, there seem to be lots of takers for this sort of stuff.
29 Jan 2014 (Stephen Harris)
Early evening and the pub is quiet – it is now badged as a ‘Taylor Walker’ house. Only the 10% CAMRA discount bought the price of my pint below £4. For that money I expect tip-top quality, and I didn’t get it.
London Fields - Hackney Hopster4.20AcceptableHoppy golden pint served with a huge frothy head. Bland-tasting, had none of the usual character shown by this beer. Only just ‘acceptable’.
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
St Austell - Tribute4.20Not Tried
London Fields - Love Not War4.20Not Tried
Cottage - Endeavour4.00Not Tried
06 Oct 2011 (Martin the Mildman)
Fairly busy but comfortable on a Mid Thursday evening.
Camerons - Harvest Ale4.50AcceptableSweetish and malty with little hop character and no really strong flavours. Faint hints of fruit in the finish. My score 14/20.
09 Mar 2010 (Martin the Mildman)
Springhead - Sweetlips4.60ExcellentPale premium bitter with strong citrus hop character. Refreshing dry, hoppy finish. My score 16/20.
23 Nov 2009 (Martin the Mildman)
Fairly quiet mid evening on a Monday.
Batemans - Miss Luscious4.30AcceptableCopper coloured bitter with mainly sweet, malty flavours. My score 14/20.
29 Jan 2008 (Ian)
Mid weekday afternoon and it was pretty quiet. The landlord was excellent, finding out what the Old Mill Bitter was and chatting to me about his pub and beers.
Old Mill - Traditional Bitter3.90AcceptableCopper colour with thin beige head. Yeasty, traditional bitter. Proper bitter with yeasty solid character
Smiles - Drifter4.50AcceptableCopper colour with thin beige head. Some good hop, nice enough, some apple. Got this free, really nice landlord. The fruit is interesting, not much of a Xmas beer. Fine, OK bitter.
Eagle (was Wells & Young's, was Charles Wells, was Wells) - Courage Directors4.80Not Tried
Fuller's - Chiswick3.50Not Tried

About The Devereux

The pub sign. The Devereux, Temple, Central London

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Temple, Central London, WC2R 3JJ.

In lawyer country, just up an alley from Temple Underground station and almost backs on to The Edgar Wallace. Corner pub with central wood bar with a single room running round it. 5 handpumps with 4 changing guests.

We have visited this pub 9 times, seen 20 different beers and tried 10 of them.

Map location

Postcode: WC2R 3JJ