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White Hart (Morton-Scott Pubs)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Thwaites (brewed at Banks's) - Wainwright (please now use the Banks's entry)Good1
Ilkley - Mary JaneAcceptable1
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Black Sheep - Best BitterNot Tried0
Caledonian - Deuchars IPANot Tried0
Picture 1. White Hart, Covent Garden, Central London

Visits Details

07 May 2015 (HSB)
17:15 10th stop. On our itinerary because of the mention of a baronial hall at the rear. The pub itself was built in 1912 and there are signs of a 1930s re-fit but the interior is much altered and distressed in modern parlance. The so-called baronial hall was booked for a private party at 17:30 but the Manageress showed us round. It is a very unusual structure. A clerestory roof with painted beamed supports. Two of the walls have blocked up arches in them. It shows more resemblance to a porte cochere, and the Manageress said that part of the current building had been stables so that would be my conclusion.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Ilkley - Mary Jane3.50AcceptableLacking condition
Caledonian - Deuchars IPA3.80Not Tried
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
05 Jan 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. The service lacked warmth.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Thwaites (brewed at Banks's) - Wainwright (please now use the Banks's entry)4.10GoodGood bitterness. Hit the £4 pp mark though
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
Black Sheep - Best Bitter3.80Not Tried

About the White Hart

The pub sign. White Hart, Covent Garden, Central London

Summary of Beer Scores

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Good1
Acceptable1
Poor-

Website.

The pub is found in Covent Garden, Central London, WC2B 5QD.

Deceptively large inside given its frontage at the north end of Drury Lane. Claims outside and inside to be the oldest licensed premises in London. Bareboards, no seating at the bar. 3 handpumps.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 5 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: WC2B 5QD