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The White Horse, Hedgerley - pub details

White Horse
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Address: Village Lane, Hedgerley, Slough, Berkshire, SL2 3UY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7660) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Seer Green (2.4 miles), Gerrards Cross (2.5 miles), Beaconsfield (3.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 62 users)
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I try to review this pub at least once a year. It's still one of very few pubs I can say warrants a 10/10. My latest visit was on a Monday night, when it's always reasonably quiet. Although, there were a few in last night. The garden is looking particularly good this time of year. But, the forthcoming beer festival will no doubt put paid to that. Last night, the ales were Rebellion IPA, Stardust Curve Ball, Pig & Porter Souls Be Brave, Church End Rugby Ale & Coffee & Vanilla Porter, DBC Yachtsman, Froth Blowers Anthem & Buckland Mad March. Craft beers were Big Smoke Fruju & Bootleg American IPA. There is also a decent bottle/canned range. Real ciders were Winkleigh Sam's Traditional Dry, Broadoak Moonshine & Newton Court Islay Malt Cask Cider. Still a fantastic rural pub, not a million miles from junction 2 of the M40.
blue_scrumpy - 14 May 2019 21:38
Started my weekend in the White Horse on Friday evening. It was a nice evening and people were out enjoying the last rays of sunshine of the day. The pub has changed little since my last review. Ales on this visit were Rebellion IPA, Old Pie Factory American Pale, Hal's Ales Poker Brown, Reunion Actus Reus, Atlantic Azores, Hattie Brown Kirrin Island, Flash House Neighbourhood & Fierce and Noble Session IPA. Ciders were Abrahalls Ruby Tuesday, Salt Hill Green Man & Barbourne Whisky Cask. Craft beers were Mala Gissona Apatxe & Paulaner Hefe Weissbier. Excellent village pub. Looking forward to the next beer festival over the bank holiday weekend.
blue_scrumpy - 8 May 2018 19:38
Still a great pub. It had a beer festival over the Easter weekend. Of the 3 annual festivals, the one at the end of May is the biggest with generally over 100 ales on throughout the weekend. The pub is a 2 room village local with a basic bar and a cosy lounge. There is an undercover patio at the rear with heaters and a garden beyond that for finer weather. Ales are served on gravity. Yesterday there was Rebellion IPA & The Bard, Mallinsons Calypso Cascade, Pebblefish Admiral Hopper, Brightside Amarillo, Mitchell's Hop House Dennis, Blue Square Abyss Porter & Mill Valley Duke's Perry. The two ciders were Salt Hill Ginger Spice & Broadoak Pheasant Plucker and there was also a perry from Stockmoor. There was also a craft beer - Boundary Push & Pull. Well worth a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Apr 2017 19:29
I'm sorry to hear of Mappiman's recent experience.
With two friends from Florida, both of whom know their beers well, I visited the White Horse again a few days ago. We had the Rebellion IPA and the Artisan MOSAIC. There was also a strong case for trying the black XPA. Fine beer, consumed in the cosy snug with interesting and friendly locals.
This included one of the best discussions that I have had on that forthcoming referendum, with an articulate and successful man whose views and mine differed substantially- but not on the qualities of the beer!
Definitely worth a return visit.

pubsampler - 19 Jun 2016 11:22
Hard for me to rate this. The pub is superb - old school, 8 real ales on, full of charming locals with a real buzz.

However, my Little London Pryde was ghastly, in look (flat), taste (vinegar) and price £3.85. Dont like gravity fed beer direct from the barrel. Its needs to be hand pulled to get some life into it.

Maybe it was a bad pint or an ill choice, but it left a real bad taste in my mouth.

A Shame.

Photos and story at my walking blog - http://bit.ly/1YyYaor
Mappiman - 19 Jun 2016 08:44

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