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The Garland, Redhill - pub details

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Address: 5, Brighton Rd, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 6PP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1993) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Redhill (0.3 miles), Earlswood - Surrey (0.6 miles), Reigate (1.6 miles)

Brewery: Harveys

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What's all this "earthy authenticity"? Someone give you a smack?

Sadly for me, despite the refurb, this place is a shadow of its former self. Beer quality still too hit-and-miss for me to visit regularly, kitchen still closed, landlord best described as disinterested. Shame.
lynx - 27 Sep 2019 16:20
Always a pleasure to find a Harvey's pub. Good beer, good service and a very pleasant beer garden. Nothing at all not to like.

It seemed to be doing well on Saturday afternoon and it deserves to continue to do well.
terenced - 23 Sep 2019 08:54
The Garland misses out on CamRA Good Beer Guide listing for 2020, but rest assured that this judgement wasn't based on the conditions of either the Best or seasonal offering, both of which tend to turn over far more frequently and so are still well-worth sampling. It's true that the pub under its interim management company regime is less beer-focused, and nothing like the old range of Harvey's can be supported with current customer preferences. Nevertheless, custom is brisk, and there is an atmosphere of earthy authenticity here - definitely no pretensions and what one sees is what one gets.

Most encouragingly, the brewery have apparently shown some ongoing commitment to the pub despite the lack of long-term suitable tenant willing to stump-up the ludicrous annual rent being levied. The exterior has been fully-redecorated and to smart effect with the recent Harvey's livery incorporated into the scheme. Some interior upgrading was completed earlier in 2019, without detracting from the core Victorian character. Although personally I think the all-bare wood carpetless option doesn't work. Minor matter though.
Gamboozler - 1 Sep 2019 18:56
Wrong: In addition to the Wetherspoon (The Sun), there's the excellent Junction in the centre of town - with high quality Thai food.
randolf7 - 5 May 2019 10:07
There is some posting history for this place - I found it a decent old school boozer serving a decent pint of Harveys with a horseshoe type bar and a bar billiard table. Worth the additional walk from the station for a decent pint (the only other ale option being a Wetherspoon outlet)
Snarling_Mallard - 4 May 2019 22:20

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