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70 /100
33 Green Bottles (Beer Store)
11A NORTH CROSS
“Was surprised to discover that this bottleshop was now also a micropub, having expanded a few months previously. I guess they must have taken over the neighbouring unit. Gosport is a rundown drab place and 33 Green Bottles is on a particularly drab side street. You wouldn't spot it if you weren't looking for it. The bar area is on the right side of the building as you walk in and is a bit ramshackle, having seemingly been decorated with random second hand furniture. 4 kegs, some local and also a beer from Crafty of Surrey if I remember correctly, and two customers sat at a table. To the left is the shop area. As soon as I arrived the guy at the bar welcomed me and when I headed to the beers he came over and explained that the beers were split between craft and old school, light and dark. Straight away I spotted some Isle of Wight ticks and a couple of Fallen Acorn beers I'd not had. 100+ beers featuring local and national brands. They also stock an array of gins, including their own, plus ciders and spirits. Not the biggest selection but I'd be happy with it if it was my local bottleshop. And plus points for the owner who was extremely chatty and helpful. Decent local bottleshop and micropub. Gosport doesn't compete with Portsmouth but with the Four-Ale micropub down the road, Fallen Acorn's tap and the chance of an obscure Newtown Brewery tick at the Queens Hotel (none on this time) Gosport is worth the short ferry ride if you are staying in Portsmouth.“
BeardedAvenger 432 days ago
78 /100 UNIT 7, CLARENCE WHARF, MUMBY ROAD
“Online order based on Facebook advert on UKCBF. Simple to order also order at the quoted release time. Simple and easy to use website. And quick secure postage.“
Mr_Pink_152 582 days ago
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 1089 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 1089 days ago
66 /100 UNIT 7, CLARENCE WHARF, MUMBY ROAD
“A nice little brewery.“
Leeale 1105 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 1111 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 1111 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 3148 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 3230 days ago
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