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The Black Horse

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Hopdaemon - Skrimshander IPAExcellent1
Whitstable - Native BitterExcellent2
Hop Fuzz - 1914 Lest We ForgetExcellent1
Goody Ales - Bleangate Brewery - Genesis Green HopExcellent1
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 7Good1
Hop Fuzz - Northern StarGood1
Whitstable - East India Pale Ale (or EIPA)Good1
Nelson - Trafalgar BitterGood1
Shepherd Neame - Master Brew BitterGood1
Harvey's - Sussex Best BitterGood1
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London PrideNot Tried0
Shepherd Neame - Whitstable Bay Organic AleNot Tried0
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 5Not Tried0
Whitstable - CitraNot Tried0
Hop Fuzz - Red & GreenNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Black Horse, Monks Horton, Kent
Picture 2. The Black Horse, Monks Horton, Kent
Picture 3. The Black Horse, Monks Horton, Kent

Visits Details

29 Nov 2014 (ChrisE)
Early Saturday evening, we were made very welcome.
Whitstable - Native Bitter3.70Excellent
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 73.80Not Tried
29 Nov 2014 (Jack William)
Saturday lunchtime - about a dozen in, all lunching. Friendly welcome.
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 73.80GoodGood flavour but not much life - may have been the first one out.
Whitstable - Native Bitter3.70GoodGood condition and livelier than the half I had in Dover yesterday - but not a memorable beer.
05 Nov 2014 (Trevor)
Well patronised in the restaurant area at lunchtime where we had an extremely tasty meal. Friendly service too.
Goody Ales - Bleangate Brewery - Genesis Green Hop3.50ExcellentGood condition with real flavour.
Hop Fuzz - Red & Green3.80Not TriedNot available
13 Aug 2014 (Trevor)
Busy in the restaurant area at lunchtime when we had a very tasty meal from their special Wednesday menu. Friendly service.
Hop Fuzz - 1914 Lest We Forget4.50ExcellentGood condition malty beer which I like.
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 54.40Not Tried
Whitstable - Citra4.40Not Tried
23 Jul 2014 (Trevor)
Quite busy at lunchtime when we had a tasty meal where the service was good and friendly.
Nelson - Trafalgar Bitter4.10Good
Whitstable - East India Pale Ale (or EIPA)4.10Not Tried
19 Jul 2014 (ChrisE)
I do not get here very often as it is somewhat isolated, it is very much changed since my last visit, and very food orientated which it needs to be to survive in this location. It was full tonight but we were able to find a table in the bar area that was not reserved for diners and enjoy our beers. It was nice to see that the new owners have found room for a Bar Billiards table.
Whitstable - East India Pale Ale (or EIPA)4.10Good
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 73.80Not TriedServed but returned and exchanged for Whitstable EIPA. Pump Clip was turned round immediately.
02 Jul 2014 (Trevor)
We haven't been here for some years but on a friend's recommendation we thought we would give it a try. We arrived at lunchtime with some in the restaurant but, over our visit, more arrived. Basically this is a family run pub with Italian connections who took over about a year ago. They were very welcoming and provided a very tasty meal at a reasonable price with attentive service.
Hop Fuzz - Northern Star4.40GoodDescribed as Honey Best Bitter on the pump label.
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds') - No. 73.80Not Tried
29 Jul 2009 (Charles)
Pitched my tent in the field at the back (free if you eat here) and got soaked. Then sampled the wonderful food and felt much better ... but eat so much I wanted to lie down - and could! - as my tent with comfy bed was just a few yards away! A few other camper in. Not that busy but a nice friendly atmosphere.
Hopdaemon - Skrimshander IPA4.50ExcellentWow - this was really lovely. So nice I didn't try any of the others. Badges on the hand pulls but all of the beer is brought from the back room - straight from the barrels.
Shepherd Neame - Whitstable Bay Organic Ale4.50Not Tried
18 Jan 2008 (Ian)
Came here with a work colleague for a Friday lunch. We were going to The Tiger, just up the road, but the car park was packed, so we decided to come here. We were surprised as it was mid January and no one should have any spare money, but the car park here was busy too. Harry has imported his excellent dry humour to this pub and for my first visit I was very impressed. The building inside is lovely with lots of exposed wood beams giving a country pub feel (which it is). 4 handpumps, only one in use. Lunch was superb, all locally sourced food (meat from a butcher in Aldington, the sausages were amazing) and homemade puddings including the banoffee pie. Will definitely be back.
Harvey's - Sussex Best Bitter4.00GoodHarry said that no one else in the area does it and it proved more popular than the Fuller's London Pride he had as his regular beer before. Typical Harvey's yeasty aroma, with good sweetish malt in mouth.
18 Mar 2007 (Andrew)
Went for Mothering Sunday. It was heaving. The food was excellent.
Shepherd Neame - Master Brew Bitter3.70GoodBit cloudy but didn't taste tired at all. Quite fresh tasting with good hops and malt.
Harvey's - Sussex Best Bitter4.00Not TriedWent off before I could order it
Fuller's (part of Asahi Europe) - London Pride4.10Not Tried

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About The Black Horse

The pub sign. The Black Horse, Monks Horton, Kent

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Monks Horton, Kent, TN25 6AP.

Small bar on right with restaurants to the right and left.

We have visited this pub 11 times, seen 17 different beers and tried 11 of them.

Map location

Postcode: TN25 6AP