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White Hart, Loughborough

27 Churchgate
LE11 1UD

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custodian 42 left this review about The White Hart

Decent real ale pub with some good selections. Unfortunately it was getting toward the end of the night so I've forgotten what I had. Would go back just to find out!

On 27th March 2017 - rating: 6
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Real Ale Ray left this review about The White Hart

A one room traditional pub with a choice of six hand pulled ales. We went for the Leatherbritches Hairy Helmet and the Charnwood Salvation. The pub consisted of timber floors, dark green painted walls, bunches of hops hanging from the ceiling and plenty of tables and chairs, also loads of lit candles even on a Tuesday evening visit. This pub attracted a good few ale drinkers on our visit and one of the brewers from Charnwood Brewery also popped in for a pint.

On 10th April 2016 - rating: 8
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Mark Davey left this review about The White Hart

Great beer pub, but I do agree about the candles on the bar, I burnt the back of my hand receiving my change! possibly due in part to the half dozen pints consumed before the White Hart. Other than that, a great beer pub and well worth a visit if in Loughborough.

On 1st March 2016 - rating: 7
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Aqualung . left this review about The White Hart

This is smallish pub near Loughborough Parish Church that is separated from the Everard's Three Nuns by an upholsterer's shop.
It is a Free House that has been fully refurbished. Inside there is a single wooden floored room with the bar on the right and a garden further down. This is another pub that likes candles and the Landlord started lighting them soon after I arrived. Surely these things are a fire hazard?
The bar had six handpumps with a 50/50 mix of mainstream and more unusual. The beers were Bass, Taylor's Landlord, Bateman's Yella Belly, Eden Gold, Elliswood Best of Both and Leatherbritches Hairy Helmet. I went for the Elliswood Best Of Both which was a golden ale in very good nick.
This is a nice little place that is well worth the visit.

On 22nd September 2014 - rating: 8
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