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The Door Hinge, Welling - pub details

Address: 11 Welling High Street, Welling, Kent, DA16 1TR [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Welling (0.5 miles), Bexleyheath (1 mile), Falconwood (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.2/10 (rated by 8 users)
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I really liked the Door Hinge,it has a lot In common with " The Iceman cometh",with no effort you can Imagine the same blokes sitting In the same seats for years to come.Without the guvnor it would be easy to fall asleep but the banter keeps coming most of it from Max Miller's joke book circa 1940.A limited range of cask unless the local football club are playing a home fixture.9/10.
slerpy - 22 Oct 2018 14:22
Another re-visit for me and one of the reasons for wanting to spend a Saturday afternoon at Welling United, the 5 of us headed here straight after the game and managed to get a table before it filled up.

3 ales on, I managed to get a couple of pints of Kent Brewery Pale Ale which went down a treat before the barrel ran out. We were then told we had to wait 15 minutes while the owner changed the barrels, at this point we decided to bail out and head off to Blackfen.

In the 90 minutes we spent here the chatter was lively with the majority of the punters having been at the football.

I really like the Door Hinge, it’s a cracking little micro pub but I agree with other reviewers that the owner can be a little difficult and certainly isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Regardless of that visit and make your mind up, the ales are worthy of a visit alone, looking at all of the pump clips on the walls will tell you how many ales have been offered here since they opened.

lezford - 9 Mar 2016 15:33
The first micro inside the M25 when it opened. Good bar, good beers, good friendly atmosphere. However, a note of caution. The landlord does have a tendency to get lazy when trying to get his beers to drop. He will sometimes add finings to the cask to speed things up. If you get the end of a barrel where this has been done, prepare thyself for a night on the throne.
Zaphod - 18 Dec 2015 15:50
Excellent small shop conversion that does have the feel of a pub rather than a small shop conversion. All the ales sampled were top notch. With traditional pubs closing and vast noisy drinking barns becoming the norm I hope this is the future for those just wanting a quiet pint and a natter. Prices are also reasonable for the area - £3 for a pint of decent ale (£3.75' next door' for an iffy Kronenbourg).
anonymous - 6 Sep 2015 09:31
Visited the pub for the first time on Saturday. A brilliant pub with a wonderful selection of beers. So nice to go to a pub where people can just drink beer and talk and not have be interrupted by televisions and music. Will definitely go back.
Boyne - 19 Jan 2015 13:57

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