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Shropshire pubs, bars and breweries: enjoy a real pint in a real pub

Shropshire is a beer drinker’s dream destination, with real ale pubs serving well-kept, locally brewed ales, craft beers and guest beers. Cosy fireplaces, low beams, the occasional ghost…even live music if you’re lucky. Cider and perry drinkers are well catered for in Shropshire pubs and bars. We share a border with Herefordshire and Worcestershire, two of the orchards of England. Shropshire also has many lovely bars, with well-chosen wine lists and dazzling selections of gin. Pubs and food in Britain go hand in hand. Nowhere more so than in Shropshire, where we do both extremely well. From sandwiches and tasty bar snacks (think homemade scotch eggs or fat, delicious sausage rolls) to Sunday carveries or gourmet lunches, Shropshire will ensure you never drink on an empty stomach. You’ll find that all Shropshire pubs serving food are welcoming to families with young children, making them ideal places for Sunday roast or a family meal. Brewing is big business in Shropshire. Several Shropshire pubs have their own microbreweries. Bishop’s Castle in south Shropshire is home to two breweries. One of them is the oldest working brewery in Britain, its licence granted by King Charles I in 1642. There are distilleries too. Speciality and award winning Shropshire businesses, waiting to welcome you. Here’s to seeing you in a Shropshire pub soon…cheers!

Whitchurch

The Black Bear, Whitchurch

Welcome to The Black Bear, a beautiful medieval pub building right next to St Alkmund’s Church in the heart of Whitchurch. We’ve got good honest food and drink, including decent wines that we blend and import ourselves and a beer that we brew ourselves, too. We’ve also got a lovely courtyard garden which is very […]

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Wrexham

The West Arms

Tucked away in a picturesque hamlet at the head of the glorious Ceriog Valley with the Berwyn Hills as a backdrop, this 16th-century former drovers’ inn stands in well-manicured gardens that run down to the river bridge. Black and white painted outside and bedecked with creeper and summer flowers, it’s a haven of comfort within, […]

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Clun

White Horse Inn, Clun

Hi, we are Jack & Hannah the proud proprietors of The White Horse Inn since 2001. Our small 16th-century inn is on Clun’s ancient market square. We have a great pub and have been working over the past years to make it even better for you and our local community. We have added four more […]

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Oswestry

The Cross Keys - Kinnerley

The Cross Keys is a stunning 14th century pub in the unspoilt village of Kinnerley. This hidden treasure has been lovingly restored by the local community. Serving beautifully prepared seasonal fare served alongside delicious Shropshire pub classics. Offering real ales from local breweries and a interesting winelist, many available by the glass. On a chilly […]

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Churchstoke

Kerry Vale Vineyard

Kerry Vale Vineyard is a small, family run, English vineyard situated on the Welsh / English border of rural Shropshire. Planted in 2010 and covering six acres of farmland, on what was the Roman Fort of Pentreheyling, the vineyard resides at the eastern tip of the Vale of Kerry – an area of exceptional beauty, […]

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Market Drayton

Joule's Brewery

Independent Shropshire Brewer steeped in over 200 years of History At Joule’s Brewery, we’re not just about brewing exceptional beer; we’re dedicated to crafting memorable experiences. As the world’s sixth oldest beer trademark, with a history steeped in tradition and a quality, our journey is a tapestry of commitment. As passionate pub professionals, we uphold the timeless […]

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Shrewsbury

Ernest & Co Winebar

Relax in a vibrant atmosphere with a glass of wine and a delicious selection of locally sourced cheeses in the heart of Shrewsbury’s historic town centre. Special charcuterie and cheese boards are served daily. Your visit can be enjoyed on our sunny terrace or in our cosy indoor environment.

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Shrewsbury

Riverside Inn

New for 2021, Greene King Inns welcomed the Riverside Inn, Shrewsbury, to the family.  At the postcard-perfect Riverside Inn, you will feel instantly at home with a warm welcome, exceptional service, delicious pub classics and expertly curated drinks. The charming grade II-listed Inn boasts idyllic views over the River Severn and fascinating heritage around the […]

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Bridgnorth

Pheasant Inn

Superb Shropshire Food in a real Country Local, restored and now owned by the Community The Pheasant is a stunning Shropshire dining pub with rooms which dates back to the 18th century. Closed for almost 9 years, this quintessential country inn is now open again and welcoming villagers and visitors from far and wide. The […]

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Nr. Oswestry

Whittington Together

Whittington Together is a Community Organisation to promote Village Events, the varied Charitable and Voluntary Groups, as well as the local Businesses within the Parish of Whittington, which is located near to Oswestry in Shropshire

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Whitchurch

The Crafty Dragon

We are a cosy welcoming bar serving mainly cask and craft beer from our own brewery, Magic Dragon Brewing. We also have a number of guest ales and beers on. Magic Dragon Brewing micro-brewery is only 13 miles away at The Plassey Holiday park. We have a few ciders, a small selection of wines and […]

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Whitchurch

Reubens

in 1989, the Kanauros family brought Reuben stubbs bistro onto the food scene, with over 30 years of developing original flavours, the family business was handed over to the next generation of restaurateurs and Reubens bar & BBQ was born. With A passion of deep smokey flavours found in American cooking, and the love of creating unique blends of […]

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Bridgnorth

The Acton at Morville

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque British countryside in Bridgnorth, our establishment offers a tranquil escape with breathtaking views. We’re embarking on an exciting new journey to transform this beloved pub into an unforgettable culinary destination. Our vision extends beyond mere dining; we aspire to build an empire of exceptional experiences, where every visit […]

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