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Black Horse, Bridgnorth

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user reviews of the Black Horse, Bridgnorth

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Sprawling low town pub that has been extended into addition buildings.

Three bar areas but only one manned. Nicely decorated rooms with a Mod / Sixties theme - including Who motifs and a full wall mural of Keef from the Stones.

Beer - well, nearly all of my favourites were on - which is unusual as they were all similar types of Pale Ale/Bitters - Wye Valley HPA, Town Crier, Bathams and Three Tuns (Which was in superb condition).

They don't really do food but the cobs were good value.

Worth checking out.
Mappiman - 4 Aug 2019 12:46
The Black Horse is probably the best pub in Low Town, Bridgnorth. Although there are better pubs in High Town. There are 3 drinking areas, plus a conservatory and outdoor seating in a courtyard. We chose the conservatory, which was warm with the sun beating down. 6 ales were on - Batham's Best Bitter, Wye Valley HPA, Hobson's Town Crier, Three Tuns XXX, Enville Ale & Gorgeous Beer Company Blonde Ale. But, with no dark beers and no real cider, there was nothing particularly suited to my taste. It was quite busy on our Saturday afternoon visit. But, we were soon on the Cliff Railway heading to better places.
blue_scrumpy - 20 May 2019 21:22
Visited on a Sunday tea-time - busy as there was a big Premier League match on, but friendly atmosphere nonetheless. Had a good pint of Hobson's Town Crier, also serving a good range of other ales, including Bathams.
JJWalks - 3 May 2018 21:58
Excellent pub with probably the best beer I've drank for some time so great credit to the landlord.6 beers on including Town Crier,Bathams and Golden Glow.
Nice outside seating area with accomodation and Sky sports too.
bromsgrovebeerboy - 25 Aug 2013 20:21
Nice ale and a good staff.
f6c - 6 Aug 2012 21:54
lovely room, fantastic buffet type breakfast, very friendly welcome and one of the best pints we've had. great selection of real ales, kept well well worth a second visit
maureenwheawall - 25 Sep 2009 16:15
Brick and half rendered facade. All that i need to add to ROBCamra's description is that the seats were plain leather - one a little ripped. The service was fine and the place clean. Music was played at a good level.

Beer was the usual stuff with Banks's MILD and Bitter on handpull, along with an excellent Bathams bitter - so good, it could be a mild!

A very good pub, with two of my favourite drinks, so will always visit this place given the chance
Archivist - 30 Jun 2009 21:11
Small tap room with dart board at the front decorated with sporting memorabilia, large lounge plus a conservatory at the back. Half a dozen handpumps in the lounge selling Bankís Original & Bitter, Bathams Best and changing guest beers. Had a pint of the Bathams which was very good and went to sit in the conservatory which was very pleasant. Very popular pub it was pretty busy early on a Wednesday evening. Only negative was that I won £6 on the quiz machine and the thieving sod only paid out £5 as it said the hopper was empty. Itís a good pub and Iíll call in again next time Iím in Bridgnorth.
ROBCamra - 3 Apr 2009 12:25
Lovely old pub which dates back to 1700's had a lovely pint of enville ale.
trains2064 - 5 Aug 2008 09:13
Not a place for a quiet drink. Great if you are into TV screens and horse racing, cricket or other sports blasting out. Personally I prefer conversation and leaving TV at home.
The beer was ok, I had Blackhorse Bitter, brewed by Bridgnorth Brewery.
Caraman - 23 Jun 2008 09:31
Great atmosphere and very good beer in this traditional two bar pub near the river.
anotherpintplease - 2 Jan 2006 10:57

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