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The Cricketers, Redbourn - pub details

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Address: East Common, Redbourn, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 7ND [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21366) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Harpenden (2.7 miles), St Albans Abbey (4.5 miles), St Albans (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 21 users)
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It's 15 years since I last visited this smallish pub on the common. Then it was dark, cosy with flock wallpaper and good beer. The only thing that remained the same was the good beer. Five real ales were on offer - two from the Tring brewery (Brock and Side Pocket), a bitter golden ale from Leighton Buzzard, Tetley Gold and Doom Bar. My pint of Brock was a little tired but the Side Pocket was in excellent condition. The young bar staff knew a bit about the real ale which was a nice surprise. The rear bar is now a restaurant and I hear the food's not bad. Definitely worth a visit.
Number11 - 25 Oct 2015 18:16
Small bar area on entering with the rear of the pub geared more towards dining. So why do some people insist on eating in the small drinking area when the dining area is empty leaving even less space for drinkers ? The Tring brew was okay but this is a pub that doesn't really feel like one. The only GBG entry in Redbourn - the ale may be okay but I wouldn't make a detour to visit.
anonymous - 29 Jun 2014 21:48
Tiny pub on East Common, but surprisingly spacious inside. Two bars with the back bar being mainly for meals. It is a Greene King house although they sold beers from Tring. Our pints were fine, although Tring's beer are not especially full flavoured. The food was adequate although perhaps a little on the expensive side. It makes great efforts to be a community pub with a range of events.
simontheeditor - 20 Sep 2013 22:12
beer festival on til sunday night ,20 beers on with coolers,all the ones i tried excellent and the double cheeseburger for 5 was superb, helpful staff,clean bar and loos ,great beer tent setup. prices good for the area especially if you like strongrer brews, also an 8th pint free card reduces prices . will be back.
THUNFAN007 - 15 Sep 2012 17:52
Nice setting on the common and a lovely looking pub. The beers and the real cider were on very fine form. Tring's Brock Bitter, Oldershaw's Best Bitter, one from Buntingford brewery that I can't remember (it had Eros on the clip) and Gr**ne King "IPA" with a Rioja cask cider from (I think) Mr Whitehead's cidery. All tasted and all good - particularly the Brock. Will pop back sometime soon as my brother-in-law came here recently for food and thought it was excellent.
littledrummerboy - 27 Mar 2012 18:28

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