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

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70 /100 THE HILL
“Visited 14/8/2020. Lovely old pub, next to the church and close to the coast, run by a very friendly lady. Had only just reopened after lockdown when we visited and it was still a little unprepared but looking to re-establish themselves after what appears to have been a pretty tough time for them over the last 5 months. The brewery wasn't yet back up and running, they were still counting the cost from the breweries losses when Covid hit. Only had a couple of GK beers on offer (which I'd not had before fortunately). Would definitely like to revisit when the brewery is producing again. The brewery, incidentally, is named after Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes book "The Adventures of the Dancing Men" written there in 1903.“
Grumbo 679 days ago
70 /100 THE HILL
“Set back not far from the coast, you’ll certainly know you’re near to it on a windy night in this exposed part of coastal Norfolk. The pub with rooms is in a lovely old building, perfect for its countryside and village setting with a central doorway and a bar central to the building. I was here on a weekend night and the place was packed with standing room only. It serves a range and considerable row of rotating ales, but better still it has a summer beer festival which I’m told has over 100 choices. There’s outdoor seating and a number of board games available if you’re looking to kill a few hours here for whatever reason.“
ManVsBeer 2902 days ago
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