Gosport Beer Guide: Your Gosport guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Gosport

62 /100 UNIT 7, CLARENCE WHARF, MUMBY ROAD
“Industrial unit. The small room to the front serves as an office and shop. The tap is then in the main space. A raised area with the beers and a cash till. Wooden fold out tables were then set up down the middle of the brewery. Very much a working brewery tap room, with a friendly welcome from the lass running the bar area. There were around 8 of us plus various other people dropped in. One of those places I drop into regularly if I was local for the decent array of beers - up to six on cask (three today, including a guest) plus the kegs.“
BeardedAvenger 308 days ago
78 /100 45 STOKE ROAD
“Really inviting micro pub fronted by a father and daughter team. They knew we were coming but would hope they are like that all the time:) They make the most of the room by bringing the beers to you and then either taking payments via a bum bag for cash or with a wireless chip reader. Tables are then down the middle of the room. Decent array of cask and keg. Just out of central Gosport but presume people will head here as I would if I was in the area again.“
BeardedAvenger 308 days ago
66 /100 UNIT 7, CLARENCE WHARF, MUMBY ROAD
“A nice little brewery.“
Leeale 324 days ago
68 /100 UNIT 7, CLARENCE WHARF, MUMBY ROAD
“The taproom is 5 to 7 mins walk from the ferry terminal. Three beers on cask & five on keg, a variety of styles. Their Russian Imperial Stout - Crimea River (750ml bottle) - was superb. Tried a couple of others that I was less keen on“
Cheeseboard 330 days ago
74 /100 45 STOKE ROAD
“Cosy micropub, around 20 mins walk from the ferry terminal. There were a few folk in already by the time we arrived at lunchtime on Saturday. 8 cask & 4 keg lines including some locally brewed beers. Very friendly service, well worth a visit“
Cheeseboard 330 days ago
60 /100 28-29 HIGH STREET
“Not a bad place, but a lot of the ales weren’t yet on sale when I visited. It’s located on a busy shopping treat so it’s essy to find. Not too far from the Gosport ferry terminal.“
SaintMatty 2367 days ago
66 /100 28-29 HIGH STREET
“Located a bit of a walk up the High Street from the much used Gosport ferry, this Wetherspoon is a busy affair throughout the day with a preference for seats in the thin conservatory type area towards the rear where a small garden exists for times when the wind is not causing a chill off the Solent. It’s a traditional but cosy affair for a Wetherspoon with a couple of rows of ales to choose from.“
ManVsBeer 2449 days ago