The Woodman, Wild Hill - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22407) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
- Outside seating
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other pubs nearby:
Candlestick, West End (1.0 miles), Cock O' The North, Bel Bar (1.1 miles), Rose and Crown, Essendon (1.3 miles), Five Horseshoes, Little Berkhamsted (1.9 miles), Sibthorpe Arms, North Mymms (2.0 miles)
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|The Woodman is thriving, 4 casks on and several fizz. Monday afternoon was busy. Fair prices and lots of locals plus day trippers. Simples. but works.|
bamberg1 - 11 Sep 2012 18:26
|Tried the Buntingford Polar Star on Saturday and it was lovely. Normally seem to have a good range of beers in here. |
dyyony - 21 Aug 2012 22:13
|Was just trying to recall how many beers they actually have on here, I think it's Abbot, IPA, then four guest real ales, but I think on occasions there have been more. I have never seen such an atmosphere of anticipation as one real ale went off, another was put on, connected up and sampled. The atmosphere was almost electric as the beer clip was attached and everyone had the opportunity to sample one ale more than there were hand pumps! Rarely see the same ale in there for very long, although Abbott Reserve has been on since before xmas and is justified in this long performance :)|
To please the non-real ale drinkers there are three lagers, guinness and a cider on tap, plus the usual selection of wines. There is a lunchtime food service and the woodman closes in the afternoons as per old licensing hours.
Another village to aspire to live in!!
slimgym - 29 Feb 2012 20:29
|I searched out the Woodman on the net prior to travelling down from the Midlands...glad I did. I had read somewhere the words "Cracking Little Boozer" and it sure was. Three pints all in excellent condition, started off with Buntingford "June" floral and hoppy, very refreshing on a warm evening, then Crouch Vale "Yakima Gold" again excellent, nice head, slightly off white with a nice hoppy-citrussy kick and finished off with Adnams "Broadside" super condition, malty toffee flavours with a head that followed the beer all the way down the glass. Friendly locals, knowledgable staff and a great environment..I hope I get asked to go down South on business again as I will definitely add this to my list of favourites, and congrats to all concerned on winning South Herts Pub of the Year.|
lozzer999 - 15 Jun 2011 16:01
|I see the Woodman has just been voted CAMRA Hertfordshire pub of the year so well done. Certainly an excellent pub with excellent beer. I will be paying this weekend's beer festival at the pub a visit.|
BeerManiac - 4 Jun 2011 16:42
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