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

Latest reviews from Great Yarmouth

50 /100 7-9 REGENT RD
“Large Wetherspoons in the centre of Great Yarmouth, handily by the bus station. Not one of the prettier or more interesting pubs in the chain. A little slow on service. There beer range was a little limited.“
imdownthepub 998 days ago
62 /100 62-63 NORTH MARKET RD
“Friendly backstreet locals pub just off the main shopping area in Great Yarmouth. Full of bric a brac around the walls with a vague Dickens theme. A better choice than many in Yarmouth with a couple of guest beers. Probably a better option than many in town.“
imdownthepub 998 days ago
“I have to admit that the name drew me in this one. It is a big opened up pub on the outskirts of Great Yarmouth on a local shopping street. It was an attempt by the looks to grab the new market for craft beer but appears to have failed and is looking close to closing. Just 1 beer of interest, all the others are national standards, particularly on keg. The terrace is pleasant enough.“
imdownthepub 998 days ago
54 /100 69 HOWARD ST SOUTH
“Quite a large, two roomed pub fairly close to the town centre. It is a locals bar, with locals bar entertainment, the pub singer had to be heard to be believed. A very strange atmosphere on our visit with a monstrously sized Doberman having the run of the pub, controlled very loosely if at all, there was a hint of threat from the locals, but not from the bar girl who didn't want to upset them. They are the ones that keep the regular income in I suppose. Probably the best selection of beers in Yarmouth, but we didn't make full use of them as we thought it best to leave.“
imdownthepub 999 days ago
50 /100 58 NORTH QUAY
“Quite an old pub, 18th Century, on the old Quay side area of town, originally built for the older Lacons Brewery. Times and the area have moved on, this being a locals pub now. It is a step back to the 70's with the carpeted floor, pool table and Juke Box, stuck in the past. There is a small beer range here with just a couple of changing beers of interest. Worth a look if you are at The Tombstone Saloon just round the corner.“
imdownthepub 999 days ago
72 /100 6 GEORGE ST
“Visited in July '18 whilst camping at the Racecourse. It is a single roomed micro pub style pub but with the addition of their own Brewery. There were only 4 beers available on our visit and just one of their own. Friendly and chatty with the radio playing at a low level. All the beers are served from gravity.“
imdownthepub 999 days ago
82 /100 69 HOWARD ST SOUTH
“Great traditional real ale pub with friendly staff and regular live music. Cosy real Fire in the colder months and decent sized outdoor space for the warmer ones. A stones throw from the historic market place, with a constantly changing wide range of real ales and if ciders your thing, they’ve got a good cider selection too. “
beer_head 1518 days ago
66 /100 7-9 REGENT RD
“Visited on 25th November 2016. Large single roomed town centre Spoons, ordered fish and chips from across the road, as they were being cooked from fresh I popped in here for a pint. It’s a modern space, nice decor and popular with the locals. Service was a little slow, a decent range of local beers on cask, prices low, quality decent. It’s not a bad stop off and you’re likely to find something interesting or just chug Sixpoint Resin.“
WingmanWillis 1589 days ago
60 /100 62-63 NORTH MARKET RD
“Visited on 25th November 2016. Backstreet pub in a residential area, walked here as have been known to have Tombstone beers on, indeed they were advertised on a chalk board outside. It’s a large pub, several rooms, one with a pool table, decor is a bit rough and ready. Beer range wasn’t great with mostly Greene King offerings plus a couple of guests. Might have been as off season not much of a range on and it has been reported as decent. Highlight was the distribution of free sausage and chips from a local chippy. Could be better and would give it another go.“
WingmanWillis 1589 days ago
74 /100 6 GEORGE ST
“Visited on 25th November 2016. Single roomed micropub style venue which is home to the Tombstone brewery, beer is served from gravity and there’s a boat load of ciders available too. Nice decor in the place and nice space to relax in. Beer range was a good mix of Tombstone’s own beer plus a few guests. Everything is available in a flight of 3 thirds for £3.30. Beer was good, service friendly and prices good. Best place in town“
WingmanWillis 1589 days ago
72 /100 69 HOWARD ST SOUTH
“Visited on 25th November 2016. Not far from the Tombstone Saloon, a 2 roomed traditional pub in deepest Great Yarmouth. Has a focus on live music with a band warming up as I arrived, nice wooden interior. Decent array of cask ales from microbreweries around the UK. Quality and prices were decent, service good. Liked this pub and definitely worth a look in.“
WingmanWillis 1589 days ago
70 /100 6 GEORGE ST
“10 changing beers but all from stillage. Home of Tombstone brewery so about 5-6 of theirs on plus guest ales from micros. Probably best place in town, but that would not be hard!“
b727trijet 1666 days ago
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