Visited on 09/09/12 around a 10 minute walk from Winchester BR station.
Also home to the Fulflood Arms brewery.
Outstanding appearance from the outside with late 20ís/early 30ís green glazed tiles. I íthinkí it was a single roomed pub but not 100% as it was towards the end of a beery day and we sat outside on the street on a bench. Clearly a locals boozer built for a 30ís housing estate.
Service was fine.
4 cask beers available and one criticism is that they were all very samey 4%ish blonde/bitters. One beer from the home brewery (which I didnít enjoy, I donít doubt the quality just not a good beer in my opinion), also beers from Everards, Nethergate and Upham.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 15/20
Slightly outside the city centre, this is well worth an excursion; the exterior is outstanding, with the original glazed tiles and Winchester Brewery signage. Donít let the GK pub sign put you off - there are five hand pumps with no GK beers in sight - in fact thereís at least one brewed on the premises. The interior has been refitted sympathethically, but doesnít quite achieve the same quality as the outside.