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Green Dragon, Worcester - pub details

Address: Bishops Frome, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR6 5BP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32862) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 7 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Chase Inn, Bishops Frome (0.0 miles), Majors Arms, Halmonds Frome (0.9 miles), Fir Tree Inn, Bromyard (1.2 miles), Wheatsheaf Inn, Fromes Hill (1.9 miles)


user reviews of Green Dragon, Worcester

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I knew of its previous GBG entries and local CAMRA awards but hadn't realised that they were hosting a beer festival last Saturday so there were 8 guest ales in the side room (I tried the Wobbly Welder for £3.10) as well as TT Golden Best, Wye Valley Butty Bach, Theakston's Best, Purple Moose Snowdonia Ale, Otter Amber and Hillside's Pinnacle on sale in the main pub. Ciders were Abrahalls Lily the Pink, Bartestree's First Cuckoo, Westons Rosie's Pig and also their Country Perry. Whether it was because of the legions of families (also the day of the village fete) or because of the scrapyard of old lorries parked opposite and near to the pub but it wasn't quite the experience I was expecting. Perhaps one to try again another time.
paul_d102 - 29 Jun 2015 09:04
A roaring log fire greeted us at the pub. Good range of local beers including one brewed especially for them.
Very chatty locals, landlord and barmaid.
Food was vert good, Allyson had a steak that was perfect, very rarely the case. I had a homemade beefburger which was also very tasty.
Loads of beams and character. Well worth a visit.
inkywebber - 17 Jan 2013 18:15
It's probably been nearly 30 years since I was last in here. Little has changed in that time. Although it seems much smaller than I remember it. The bar area is split into 2 parts and is very traditional. A smaller side room on the way to the toilets has little character. We used to come here for lunch some weekends. But the pub now seems more beer-oriented. 7 beers were on - Purple Moose Snowdonia Ale & Easte Ale, Theakston Best, Dragon's Brew (a house beer - possibly also from Purple Moose), Timothy Taylor Golden Best, Wye Valley Butty Bach & Caledonian 2.8. Ciders were Westons 1st Quality & Country Perry. Customers congregated around the bar were locals. A good pub that I'll try to visit again before another 30 years is up.
blue_scrumpy - 7 May 2012 10:42
A good country pub with good food and good ale. Definitely better than the one around the corner...
tom202 - 20 Jul 2009 00:29
Large pub which was obviously the drinkers choice in the village, as opposed to the pub next door (can't remember the name) which was more food-orientated. Place was packed with people watching the rugby on various sized screens dotted around the various sized rooms.
Pubgrabber - 27 Feb 2008 22:44

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