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The New Inn, Canterbury - pub details

New Inn

Address: 19 Havelock Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3322) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Canterbury West (0.6 miles), Canterbury East (0.7 miles), Sturry (1.9 miles)

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GBG 2019 Entry. Back Street Terraced locals boozer just out the City Walls. You have to go looking for it.

Lovely greeting from the landlady. So easy to provide but so rare.

Six or so real ales on. Played safe with a decent Adnams Ghost Ship.
Mappiman - 11 Mar 2019 17:26
A number of visits over the last week due to holiday. Upwards of 15 different ales came on and were drunk, each and every one in tip top condition. Far too many to recall and record here. Ever changing selection from local Kent breweries as well as small breweries nationwide.
Looking forward to the weekend of 22-24 September with a Green Hop themed beer festival, 10 beers promised over the weekend.
TonyMitch - 10 Sep 2017 19:30
The New Inn was our first stop on a short crawl of Canterbury pubs. It's a back street pub on a terraced street to the east of town. 5 ales were on - Purity Pure Gold, Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, Oakham Citra, Adnams Ghost Ship & Thornbridge Jaipur. I was hoping they'd have a real cider. But sadly the best available was Aspalls Harry Sparrow on keg. The front bar is quite small and it leads into a conservatory. Nice enough pub. But would have preferred a dark beer or a cider.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Mar 2016 16:54
Off the beaten track a little but well worth seeking out. Very much a local pub with the same old faces lined up along the bar whenever I visit!
That said it's not a cliquey pub and both the customers and the staff are friendly.

At first glance looking up Havelock St there doesn't appear to be a pub there at all as most of the street is made up of residential housing.

It's larger inside than expected, long and narrow with the bar just inside the door and a beer garden out the back.

Excellent selection of beers, Summer Lightning, Betty Stoggs and Tribute were all available on my last visit.

outtamehead - 31 Dec 2015 00:00
Themed weekend, 3G's and 2 C's. Gadds beers, Goodys Ales and G2 as well as micro brewery Turnstone Two Seas from Whitstable, BBQ and music. Beers all excellent condition and the pub was buzzing, as it deserves to be. Sunday lunchtime is a continuation of the same and the monthly cooking competition is back on, free food for judges. Undoubtedly the best beers in Canterbury.
TonyMitch - 7 Jun 2015 00:40

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