Phil's World Pub Guides - Shropshire, UK

Pub Comments Location
Railwayman's Arms A pleasant traditional two room pub in the steam railway station, with a fine choice of hand pulled ales. Decorated, of course, with lots of railway memorabilia. Bridgenorth Station
Coracle Excellent micro pub serving quality real ales and delicious scotch eggs. When I was there they had five cask and eleven keg beers on offer. High Street
New Inn A Victorian-style pub, part of the excellent Blists Hill Victorian Town, and well worth a visit. Banks' Bitter. Blists Hill
Armoury Nice rather quirky interior decor, including 12ft high bookshelves in this rather splendid pub/restaurant. The pneumatic tubes for food orders are in use. They serve a wide range of real ales in excellent condition. The building, built in 1806, was originally an armoury at a different location. It became disused in 1882 and a shortage of building materials after the Great War caused it to be rebuilt on the current site in 1922 for use as a bakery, which continued until 1974.
Last visited September 2007.
Victoria Avenue
Bull's Head A nice pint of hand pulled Banks' in this traditional boozer with some nice original features. The juke box is a little noisy.
Last visited August 2006.
Castle Gates
Loggerheads Excellent real ale in this friendly recently refurbished antique pub, which is on CAMRA's list of historic pub interiors.
Last visited September 2007.
St Mary's Street / Church Street
Wetherspoon's Thomas Botfield A large modern spoons in a shopping precinct. Poor quality beer on my visit.
Last visited November 2021.
Holyhead Road / Mill Bank
Cock The only pub in this town listed in the Good Beer Guide and it's closed in the afternoon. Hmph!
Not visited.
Holyhead Road / Mill Bank
Donovan's Formerly the station hotel, the pleasant plain interior includes a disco area at one end and a pool room at the other. They serve an excellent pint of Fuller's London Pride.
Last visited September 2009.
Station Road

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