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The White Horse, Brentwood - pub details

White Horse

Address: 173 Coxtie Green Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 5PX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31060) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brentwood (2.7 miles), Shenfield (3.3 miles), Harold Wood (3.6 miles)

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Still the best pub in the area by far. The three pints supped were excellent (Brentwood, Chestnut Stout; Woodfordes Nog and Greene King, IPA Reserve).

Visited on 1 January when they were only open till 22.00. Even though my wife (the driver) asked for a coffee at 21.50 and the machine had been switched off the lady behind the bar was more than happy to start it up again and produce the required hot beverage. We didn't leave until 22.30 but the same lady did not rush us at all and engaged in conversation whilst drinks were consumed.

My resolution for 2014 - visit the WH more often.
twineyboy - 4 Jan 2014 18:10
Over two years since I last posted about the WH. In that time the pub has been largely refurbished with the best feature being a huge covered beer patio with comfy chairs. Now boasts as the brewery tap for the Brentwood Brewery Company (based just down the road) and today 6/10 of the pumps had BDC beers plus 3 others (Crouch Vale, Tring & Fullers London Pride). I had the Crouch Vale Boys Bitter and a BDC Summer Virgin, both of which were superb.

I recommend this pub to any discerning ale drinker. The only downside is that its in the middle of nowhere so I have to share the driving with the wife (I drive there, she drives back).
twineyboy - 2 Sep 2012 23:19
What can I say, 7hand pulled bitters, 7ciders plus the usual lagers etc for the poor souls who have lost their way and forgotten what good beer is like. I have only used this place for about 10+ years so either I am very happy here or unable to change. The former as I like the beer,the staff and the regulars. To -day though I had the expirence of a numpty who walked in with a lady friend, the barmaid attended to serve them,which now took about4mins for them to decide. Next time round he was worse he started to order then turned his back to the barmaid to talk to his lady friend, and got upset because she was serving DRINKERS who knew what they wanted. Good pubs like this can do without plonkers like this. Keep up the good work Jason. Pat and dog
Tillysgrandad - 9 Oct 2011 20:11
Must be the beer festival soon anyone know when.
hogshead - 30 Jun 2010 11:37
I've called in here sporadically over the last ten years of visiting the Brentwood area and the quality and selection of ales always impresses, similar to the Viper several miles distant or even the Swan in Brentwood, in that it's a proper pub that allows you to sample a decent variety of ales in a peaceful and pleasant atmosphere- that said, there's usually a decent crowd when I've visited, even in mid-afternoon, and the local's banter creates a pleasant and unobtrusive background hubbub. It is a bit out of the way but well worth the effort, and there are worse routes to a pub than through Weald Park, and once you've had your fill you can toddle back to the Ongar road for a bus.
virginiaplain - 21 Jun 2010 19:17

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