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White Hart Inn (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Newby Wyke - Red SquallExcellent1
Weetwood - Old Dog Premium BitterExcellent1
Weetwood - Cheshire CatExcellent1
Chapel - MiracleExcellent1
Ludlow - Ludlow BestGood1
Blackwater (sub brand of Salopian) - White ElephantGood1
Newby Wyke - HMY BritanniaGood1
Salopian - Shropshire GoldAcceptable1
Kelham Island - Ace of SpadesAcceptable1
Laine - Summer Lovin'Not Tried0
Hobsons - Champion MildNot Tried0

Visits Details

13 Jul 2014 (Jack William)
Early Sunday evening - good old-fashioned boozer - number of locals.
Chapel - Miracle4.40ExcellentWonderful citrus notes and good bitter bite.
Laine - Summer Lovin'3.50Not Triedname and strength correct - can't be sure about the brewer
Hobsons - Champion Mild3.20Not Tried
24 Jan 2013 (Bear & Ragged Staff)
Nice to see this pub getting busier each time I visit. Lots of locals in at early doors.
Weetwood - Old Dog Premium Bitter4.50ExcellentGood balance of hops and malt. Well kept and well presented.
Ludlow - Ludlow Best3.70GoodA good flavour at 3.7%, ideal session beer.
27 Nov 2012 (Bear & Ragged Staff)
Just a few regulars propping up the bar.
Newby Wyke - HMY Britannia4.20GoodNice bitter.
Salopian - Shropshire Gold3.80AcceptableTangy bitter, bit thin in body.
Kelham Island - Ace of Spades4.00AcceptableDeep golden brown, hints of fruit, thin and watery, instantly forgettable.
01 Jul 2012 (Bear & Ragged Staff)
Not sure what to expect - five superb ales on handpull. Late Sunday afternoon and about half a dozen locals in attendance. Sat outside in the warm afternoon sun. Will certainly make sure I revisit.
Newby Wyke - Red Squall4.40ExcellentBlue cheese then good East Anglian malt and fruity hoppiness. Scrummy.
Weetwood - Cheshire Cat4.00ExcellentCrackingly good, malty, semi dry bitter.
Blackwater (sub brand of Salopian) - White Elephant4.90GoodGood bitterness but still get some fruit and malt coming through. Fairly clean and crisp.

About the White Hart Inn

Summary of Beer Scores


The pub is found in Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 0ET.

A quaint backstreet local in this picturesque, small Shropshire town. Plenty of timbers in the exterior walls and lots of beams inside. Landlord claims the pub to be 16th century and would lay further claim to be one of the oldest, possibly the oldest pub in Shropshire! Five real ales on handpull. Small car park to rear. Well worth the effort if you are in the area.

We have visited this pub 4 times, seen 11 different beers and tried 9 of them.

Map location

Postcode: SY12 0ET