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The George Inn (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Wensleydale - Black Dub StoutExceptional1
Goose Eye - Chinook BlondeExcellent1
Wensleydale - FalconerExcellent1

Visits Details

03 Nov 2021 (Wittenden)
A large group of us met here for lunch. Excellent pies, and pretty good beer.A very enthusistic Guv, who makes a point of remembering everyone's names.COVID19 regulations strictly enforced:we were met at the gate of the covered patio,our temperatures taken, before we were allowed in.
Wensleydale - Black Dub Stout4.40ExceptionalBible black,chocolate,oily oat stout.
Goose Eye - Chinook Blonde4.20ExcellentVery light,arboreal,grapefruit.
Wensleydale - Falconer3.90ExcellentHouse beer, badged as George Inn Ale.Pale bitter,traditionally fruity.

About The George Inn

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Hubberholme, North Yorkshire, BD23 5JE.

A long, whitewashed dales pub in a quiet village in Kirk Gill. Traditionally, a wax candle is always burning when the pub is open. Much favoured by the twentieth century author and campaigner J.B.Priestley. A cosy bar with wood stove, a second room laid up for dining and other uses.

We have visited this pub once, seen 3 different beers and tried them all.

Map location

Postcode: BD23 5JE