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The New Inn, Roydon - pub details

Address: 90 High Street, Roydon, Harlow, Essex, CM19 5EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25455) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Roydon (0.3 miles), Rye House (1.6 miles), St Margarets - Herts (2.1 miles)

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Blimey, what is going on here? Proper Job is on the bar - yippee. Although Doombar and GK IPA are still there.
So, a pint of Proper Job it was. It took three to four pulls of the handpump and a couple of little finishes and there it was - a perfect pint, perfect temperature and perfect taste.

Another pint followed a short time later. A fresh glass was taken from the shelf but not put directly under the pump. It seemed to be put on the drip tray.
After a few seconds a glass appeared under the tap. This time it only took two pulls to fill the glass. Something didn't seem right.
The beer was warmer than the first pint, looked flatter and tasted less hoppy.

When I settled the bill I moved to the side of the bar counter and there, under the pump taps, was a pint glass with nearly half a pint of beer in it.
It might be all innocent and maybe not.
fugglehops - 4 Aug 2019 19:12
Eight years since my last visit (doesn't time fly).
Now let me see what the beer range is now.
Still Broadside and GK IPA, at least the Courage Best has gone and replaced by.........NO, I don't believe it, bloody DOOMBAR.
I need to calm down and take a deep breath. That's better.
I will return again in eight years time (2025) and see if there is a different beer - and it better not be London Pride.
fugglehops - 27 Jul 2017 22:15
I don't believe it! After 15 years they have changed the menu, and guess what? The New Inn brunch (my favourite) is no longer available.........great.
Never mind, perhaps they have changed the choice of real ale on offer. After all, it has probably been over 20 years since the last change. Nope, still the same.
Adnams Broadside, Courage best and bloody Greene King I.P.A........argh!!!

fugglehops - 15 Nov 2009 18:13
Having tried all three pubs in Roydon, mainly for something to eat than just for a drink, the New Inn is by far my favourite. There is something for everyone on the menu (The New Inn Brunch is my choice).
You can not fault the cooking - nor the price. So, why do I not come here for the beer? If you like GK Abbot / IPA or an Adnams then you're in luck because it will be on the bar this year, next year and every bloody year thereafter.
I was told the locals don't like change - they have found the right pub then!!!
fugglehops - 7 Jun 2009 20:40
Hi - as im new to the village I have been to all 3 of the pubs. I must say the this pub has a real home feel to it. I did get looked at very funny when I walked in, I guess this is a real locals pub, correct me if im wrong, and i dont mean to offend. It was th eimpression i got. I see that you are allowed to bring children in to this pub, shame as i cant stand children being in a pub. However nice pub, I will try again some time. I do like the McMullens ale, never herd of it before, I noticed that only the crusader does this. Are all the pubs in this village privatley owned or comapany run?
anonymous - 25 Mar 2007 14:46

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