White Hart (JDW)

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Beers At White Hart (JDW)

Venton Skippy's Scrumpy6.5%8/8/2017
Elland American Amber5%8/2/2017
Robinsons Wizard3.7%8/2/2017
Rudgate Ruby Mild4.4%8/2/2017
Saltaire Raspberry Blonde4%8/2/2017
Mr Whitehead's Toffee Apple Sweet Cider4%8/2/2017
Saltaire Onyx Black3.8%8/2/2017
Hallets Real Cider (Draught)6%8/2/2017
Titanic Steerage3.5%7/6/2017
Adnams Jack Brand Mosaic Pale Ale4.1%7/5/2017
Westons Old Rosie Scrumpy7.3%7/5/2017
Shipyard Rye Pale Ale4.3%7/5/2017
Phoenix Black Bee4.5%7/5/2017
Thistly Cross Original6.2%7/5/2017
Thwaites Wainwright (Cask)4.1%7/5/2017
Moorhouses Pendle Witches Brew (Cask)5.1%7/5/2017
Dark Star Hophead3.8%7/5/2017
Banks's / Barley Brown's Tumble Off5%6/3/2017
RCH Return From The Ashes5%5/1/2017
Tring Warrior Queen4.6%4/11/2017
Exmoor Urban Fox4.2%4/8/2017
Banks's / Bodebrown Brazillian Burton Pale Ale5%4/3/2017
Caledonian / Brouwerij 't IJ Flink4.7%3/31/2017
Shepherd Neame / Foglie d'Erba Hot Night at the Village5%3/16/2017
Sixpoint Resin9.1%11/26/2016
Purity Pure Era4.5%10/18/2016
Banks's / Ninkasi Special Bitter5.8%10/18/2016
Wadworth / Bentspoke Braddon Bitter4.5%10/18/2016
Liberation Pilsner3.8%10/18/2016

  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 6/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD 4/10
  • VALUE 9/10
  • OVERALL 13/20
ManVsBeer  (2050) Hebden Bridge, England | July 2, 2013| Updated June 18, 2014
Wetherspoon pub on two floors very close to the train station. It’s very well decorated in a traditional pub style, but apt given the building it is in has historically been a pub. Ales are available on both bars top and bottom and there is a terrace area outside the top bar, but given this pub is on a hill the terrace is actually at street level. Weatherman John Kettley has his picture hanging on the wall at the top of the top stairs. Can get busy.
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 12/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 13/20
Boudicca  (1232) London, England | June 19, 2013
The White Hart has always been a pub as far as I can remember. Now it’s a Wetherspoon’s but it’s still retained the character of a traditional pub. It’s comfortable and quite cosy, with a roaring fire in winter, and the beer was in good condition. There are 10 hand pumps and a good selection of beers in the main bar. It’s built on the side of the hill so the patio is upstairs alongside an upstairs room and bar which has another 5 hand pumps. The posters around the walls celebrate local history and heroes, including John Douglas Cockcroft who shared the Nobel Prize for Physics for splitting the atom. (Visited 26 December 2012).

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