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The Three Horseshoes (Shepherd Neame)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Shepherd Neame - Late RedExceptional1
Shepherd Neame - The Faversham Steam Brewery - Whitstable Bay Pale Ale Excellent1
Shepherd Neame - Master Brew BitterGood2
Picture 1. The Three Horseshoes, Hernhill, Kent

Visits Details

12 Mar 2019 (Jack William)
Lunchtime - just two others in. New tenants from January. Music nights on Saturdays. Only the one hand pump on. We sat in the window seat by the wood-burning stove and watched the gale gather pace.
Shepherd Neame - Master Brew Bitter3.70Good
23 Aug 2014 (Jack William)
Mid afternoon - 4 drinkers plus the pub dog. Friendly enough. This pub may be out in the sticks but the prices are pure inner city - £3.80 for a pint of Whitstable Bay and the lager drinker next to me had to hand over £4.10 for his pint. Good old Sheps.
Shepherd Neame - The Faversham Steam Brewery - Whitstable Bay Pale Ale 3.90Excellenttip top condition
Shepherd Neame - Master Brew Bitter3.70Not Tried
18 Feb 2010 (Wittenden)
Cosy bar area, open fire,homely. Plenty of hops (of course) as Sheps source their Cascades from the parish. Quiet on a damp Thursday lunchtime. The food was good value.
Shepherd Neame - Late Red4.50ExceptionalWonderfully malty yet resinous, with a hint of sourness.I love this beer.
Shepherd Neame - Master Brew Bitter3.70GoodServed direct from the cask at the back of the bar.A real trip down memory lane. Not as citrussy as of late, perhaps towards the end of the barrel.

About The Three Horseshoes

The pub sign. The Three Horseshoes, Hernhill, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Hernhill, Kent, ME13 9UA.

17th century farmhouse with weatherboarding and catslide roof in the Staple Street area of Hernhill.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 3 different beers and tried them all.

Map location

Postcode: ME13 9UA