Beer Scores - Top 20 Pubs
This Month's Top 20 Pubs for Beer Quality
Beer Quality is assessed by the appearance, aroma, taste and aftertaste of a particular beer in a particular pub on a particular occasion. Short measures without being offered a top-up can also affect the score, as can a bad beer not being graciously replaced.
It's not about the taster's personal likes or dislikes. After all, they are likely to select a beer that suits their personal liking at the point of ordering.
The same beer in two different pubs could be given two different scores. It's all down to the way the pub keeps and presents its beers.
The pubs below currently have the highest beer quality scores averaged over a rolling two calendar months, a month at a time. They are displayed in alphabetical order. The second column shows how often a pub has been in the top 20 over the preceeding 12 calendar months.
Period Covered:April & May 2018
|Pub||Times in Top 20|
|Anchor Inn, Caunsall||12|
|Astley Cross Inn, Stourport-on-Severn||1|
|Beer Emporium & Cider House, Kidderminster||12|
|Bewdley Brewery Tap Room, Bewdley||8|
|Black Boy, Wyre Hill, Bewdley *||5|
|Black Star, Stourport-on-Severn||12|
|Castle Inn, Kidderminster||2|
|Great Western, Bewdley||11|
|Harbour Inn, Arley||2|
|King & Castle, Kidderminster||12|
|Little Pack Horse, Bewdley||4|
|Mug House, Bewdley||10|
|Old Waggon & Horses, Ismere||4|
|Olde Seven Stars, Kidderminster||12|
|Rising Sun, Bewdley||6|
|Station Inn, Kidderminster||12|
|Weavers Real Ale House, Kidderminster||12|
* = Opened or changed hands within the last 12 months