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

Latest reviews from Stevenage

82 /100 29B HIGH STREET
“Little place just off the High Street in the Old Town. Easily the best craft place in Stevenage. Beers from the Six Hills Brewery, plus guests. One main room, and a long narrow external courtyard. This doesn't reflect well on me, but my wife and I were sitting outside alone and got into a bit of a "shouty" political debate, as couples sometimes do. The reason I mention this is that the bartender took the trouble to check my wife was okay when I went to the mensroom. Good customer care.“
Martin243 49 days ago
94 /100 29B HIGH STREET
“Huge selection of craft ales from top brewers in the UK. Hundreds of cans and bottles, 4 cask lines & 10 keg. Brewery is on site and accessible during opening hour assuming they are not brewing. Outside courtyard when the weather suits. Snack food available. Best place in Stevenage for craft beer.“
SourChecker49 602 days ago
70 /100 164 HIGH ST
“Visited on 17th February 2017. Situated in the old town of Stevenage and around 10 mins to the station this is a good beer venue. Greene King pub but had 5 guest ales, including 3 from Biggleswade brewery plus others. Tasting flight of 3 available, Also had a good range of local ciders on. Nice decor in the pub with a clean, modern feel to it but maintaining some of the traditional features. Service good, beer was well looked after, even had a chat with Biggleswade brewer. Really decent end to Herts trip.“
WingmanWillis 2049 days ago
66 /100 BROADWATER CRESCENT
“Visited on 17th Feb 2017. An old estate pub a good hike out of Stevenage. It’s a little run down looking but is quite a sizeable place, 2 rooms with a bar spanning both with different beer on each. Picked up a decent pint of Earl Soham Gannet Mild. Prices were good, beer quality excellent. Lots of room but place was still busy. Worth the effort to get out to for some good cask beer“
WingmanWillis 2049 days ago
56 /100 60 HIGH STREET
“In the Old Town of Stevenage, this Greene King pub is popular enough in an area with a glut of drinking options. The pub is open plan although there’s several defined areas given there’s plenty of pillars and part walls throughout. Food is served and live football is shown and there’s a beer garden at the rear. It’s traditional in style and comfortable enough without being impressive and the bar stocks a rotating selection of Greene King’s own brews that includes seasonal brews. There’s a few half-decent bottle options too.“
ManVsBeer 3078 days ago
58 /100 1 THE PLAZA, TOWN SQUARE
“On one side of the central open-air bus terminus of which the new town conurbation sprawls around it, this Wetherspoon pub is part of a building that includes several other drinking and eating options, and you may even get confused with the similarly styled pub that is next door to this one. If your shopping in the interesting but ultimately failure of mid-20th century new town planning you may want to dart in here for some ales and give your eyes some respite from the endless concrete buildings, streets and right-angles! It’s a twin-floored open plan room with the bar occupying the length of the back wall opposite the entrance. The decor is part traditional but the modern touches and artful features make it slightly more funky in style, although not necessarily better. This place is probably best suited for semi-serious evening drinking.“
ManVsBeer 3078 days ago
62 /100 33 HIGH STREET
“In the fairly pretty old town area set back from the main road on the High Street, this is an appealing traditionally styled Wetherspoon in a charming brick building part of a row of shops and bars. The front area is all seating in a low ceiling and cosy environment that eventually opens out into a brighter high roofed bar area against the side wall that also has a fair number of seats in front of it. There’s also a rear garden area beyond this. There’s two rows of rotating ale pumps.“
ManVsBeer 3078 days ago
64 /100 BROADWATER CRESCENT
“A 1960’s style pub on a housing estate a little way out from the centre of Stevenage, with a good range of real ales as well as the usual kegs. This place is a frequent "pub of the year" award winner, and rightly so.“
berkshirejohn 4155 days ago
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