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Queens Hotel, Gosport - pub details

Address: Queens Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 1LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38398) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Portsmouth Harbour (1.3 miles), Portsmouth & Southsea (2 miles), Fratton (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.6/10 (rated by 14 users)
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An old traditional pub with a shrewd beer selection policy no Key Keg no Craft just handpumped real ale at its best,a real community pub with no gimmicks no eye spy £100 parking fines.The locals were friendly and helped us with excellent advice on the latest news on Oakleaf Brewery R.I.P. The ferry was all of three minutes getting here. 10/10 without hesitation. This pub usually has Castle Rock Harvest Pale Ale the replacement was Anarchy Brewery Citra in good nick.
slerpy - 14 Oct 2016 20:46
Glad to say this traditional pub is still just as good as it ever was. VIctorian, spacious but cosy, real ales, including the local IPA, friendly staff and steady stream of knowledgeable regulars, all adds up to an excellent experience. A real beer lovers pub but also the usual standards. Only 3 ales on tap I believe but good to see some strength in the beers on offer. This is a quality experience. Alezilla will give this an 7, which in these bob the rob banker times and us all having to tighten our belts is nothing short of miraculous. Transport info: if you are on an ale trail then gosport is notoriously poor to get to- however, the new buses which use the half-built expressway can shorten the journey noticeably from Fareham- making this outpost somewhat more accessible. An outstanding curry house lies close, the sister joint to the Lime Tree which is also in Gosport.
alezilla - 1 Dec 2013 13:56
A homely backstreet pub with a large room accessed from the side street dvided in to darts, telly and bar area. The local IPA from Gosport was excellent here by far the bset pit of the day.
anonymous - 16 Oct 2012 17:24
Very good. Landlady is a star, and keeps fine beers, notably the Oakleaf IPA. We were sent up the road to the Tunction Tavern nearby (not listed on this site) which was having a beer festival, and which I would also recommend. Ask landlady or regulars at the Queens for directions.
Beerwulf - 24 Aug 2012 21:25
This was our second pub of the day in Gosport (the nearby Five Alls is not listed on here) and turned out to be the best of the establishments we tried on the day. As Sleepy Meerkat says, it's very dark inside. But this simply adds to the atmosphere. The St Bernard was asleep by the coal fire in the centre of the pub. The landlady greeted us on arrival from her seat by the entrance and all the staff and customers were pleasant. Live rugby was being shown on a big screen on the other side of the coal fire from the bar. Beers on were Palmers 200, Beavertown Neck Oil, Youngs Bitter, Hook Norton Hooky Gold & Oakleaf IPA. Mr Whiteheads Heart of Hampshire & Midnight Special (cider & perry respectively) were also on. Beers coming on soon were displayed on a blackboard. Well worth the effort to find in the backstreets of Gosport.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Mar 2012 11:33

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