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The Crown, Berkhamsted - pub details

Crown

Address: 145 High Street, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 3HH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10811) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Berkhamsted (0.3 miles), Hemel Hempstead (3.6 miles), Tring (4.1 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
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user reviews of the Crown, Berkhamsted

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Better than most Wetherspoons even if nothing truly interesting on tap - decent enough ales but all much of a muchness. The building is a half timbered gem and the location on Berkhamsted's main street is good - but only go if you want you money to help fund the senseless Brexit campaign via the company founder's political funding peccadilloes.
BoehmBawerk - 3 Apr 2016 20:04
A really excellent Wetherspoons'. For me, the beer quality consistently out performs the hightly rated Rising Sun. Has made a deserved return to the Good Beer Guide for 2014.
Oldham_drinker - 17 Sep 2013 14:03
This is a great pub. The beer is well kept and low priced, lovely historic building. Food is JDW..its cheap, its OK. But the overall experience is excellent, well worth a visit. Very busy at weekends.
puddock - 13 Apr 2011 10:50
Had a couple of beers here this weekend: one from the Marlow and one fro mthe Gloucestershire brewery. An interesting range on offer and seemed well kept - although not all the pumps were in active use and my first two choices turned out not to be available.
Pleasant enough for a quiet tipple and prices good as usual (rare to have pints less than £2 down in the South).
mafiosi - 6 Sep 2009 20:36
Itís a small frontage but can hardly be called a small pub, it goes back so far that you think youíre in the next county by the time you reach the extent of itís environs. The low ceilings, lack of natural light and a general lack of cleanliness give it a typical dreary JDW feel. There are two staircases that lead from either side of the bar up to the toilets that give a sense of going up to meet the hangmanís noose as you ascend them. What this pub really has going for it is the range of beer, there are about 10- 12 hand pumps with some interesting beers and also some from the local Tring Brewery. So, go for the beer but little else, Iíll visit again if in the area but I think if I saw half the pump clips turned around Iíd probably do the same.

Millay - 9 Feb 2008 09:20

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