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Royal Victoria Pavilion (Wetherspoon)

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Wantsum - Ravening WolfGood4
Marston's - Old Empire IPAGood1
Peerless - Knee-Buckler IPAGood1
Phoenix - Wobbly BobGood1
Wantsum - Black PigGood1
Wantsum - GolgothaGood1
Wantsum - HengistGood1
Picture 1. Royal Victoria Pavilion, Ramsgate, Kent
Picture 2. Royal Victoria Pavilion, Ramsgate, Kent

Visits Details

14 Aug 2022 (Dosser)
6 guests on a sultary hot Sunday afternoon. Packed pub with many eating.
Phoenix - Wobbly Bob6.00GoodVery good nick but goes warm too quickly in the heat.
04 Aug 2022 (Dosser)
6 guests on. Hot day. Struggle to keep beer cold.
Peerless - Knee-Buckler IPA5.20GoodNice but got warm quickly in the sun
29 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
6 guests on.
Wantsum - Ravening Wolf5.90GoodNice pint
26 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
A picnic on the beach, beer in the RVP and a chinese for Lynnes big birthday,
Wantsum - Ravening Wolf5.90Good
24 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
Roasting afternoon where beers turned warm quickly.
Wantsum - Golgotha5.50GoodGood beer but got warm quickly in the sun.
20 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
6 beers on. Another muggy evening.
Wantsum - Ravening Wolf5.90Good
17 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
Hot day in ramsgit. Rumors of Phillip pirrips big birthday party in Dover tomorrow. Happy birthday if its true. 6 beers on.
Marston's - Old Empire IPA5.70Good
Wantsum - Black Pig4.80GoodNice
14 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
6 ales on. Fair few inside.
Wantsum - Hengist5.00Good
10 Jul 2022 (Dosser)
Boiling Sunday and the beach and pub are full. 6 ales on, all guests. Wantsum featured heavily. First real ale after almost a month in tenerife.
Wantsum - Ravening Wolf5.90GoodQuite sweet but less than £2 with a token.
11 Jun 2022 (Jack William)
Popped in here just to show my daughter round one of the biggest pubs in the country. It was as vast as I remembered with hundreds of customers but we didn’t stay to drink.

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About the Royal Victoria Pavilion

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 8LS.

This building opened as a Wetherspoon's on Tuesday 29 August 2017 and is probably the largest Wetherspoon's in the country. It was designed as a dance hall by architect Stanley Davenport Adshead in 1903 and in later years operated as a casino. On two levels with a bar with 12 handpumps at ground level and another on the 1st floor balcony with 6 handpumps. Open-to-view kitchen on the ground floor. There is a ground floor rear patio and an upstairs outside covered decking area for fair weather drinking and sea and sand views.

We have visited this pub 126 times, seen 136 different beers and tried 107 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CT11 8LS