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White Horse Inn, Neatishead

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Box's Brolly, Muirhouse's Wolf, Nene Valley's Manhattan Project, Great Newsome's Holderness Dark, Wolf's Granny Wouldn't Like It and Woodforde's Nelson's Revenge were the 6 ales on sale last Wednesday. A couple of days later 2 (or was it 3?) of them had disappeared to be replaced by something else (including one from their own brewery). The beers I tried were better than average and even good but I kept switching as I tried to find euphoria in a glass. I didn't bother with the craft keg offerings as they seemed to be lagers e.g. Redwell Steam, Spitfire (yes, that name confused me too). The pub itself is multi-roomed and welcoming to everyone - drinkers in the quarry-tiled beermat and hop decorated bar, diners in the mezzanined wooden-windowed extension and folk singers in the front parlour.
paul_d102 - 20 Jun 2018 18:41
Visited the White Horse for the first time on Friday night. It's a very nice cosy pub with a decent selection of well kept beers. It is well worth a look and I shall be back for another pint or two before too long.
dougdeep - 4 Nov 2014 13:58
A real traditional locals pub, 3 little rooms, very old handpumps dispense Woodfordes ales, no fruit machines, jukebox's or canned musak, just conversation and atmosphere fantastic, I wish there were more like this in Broadland.,
Hodge1 - 1 Jul 2012 20:39
Visited this pub with a group of friends on a Friday evening, moored nearby at the free dock. What a night! Good, honest food at a reasonable price, followed by an evening drinking with the locals, very friendly and good fun. The best pub i have visited on the broads, old fashioned local that does what it says on the tin! Well worth a visit.
thebarn1990 - 21 May 2012 20:00
Visited twice last Sunday, for a Roast at lunchtime and for a drink in the evening. The roast was excellent and as we had two, super value at 12 for 2. As moored close by - came back for a drink in the evening.
A traditional country pub that serves the local community as well as the holidaymakers on the Broads. Friendly staff, friendly locals, super pub and a bit of a labyrinth inside. A nice change from the usual generic open plan boozer.
fetchman - 23 Sep 2010 16:31
Good old fashioned pub, lots of small rooms and very small bars. 3 real ales all well kept, very good food a place well worth going to.
Randyray - 9 Sep 2009 16:46
Popped in here for lunch whilst cruising> well glad i did. The broadside was first class, and a simple meal like Ham, egg and chips must have used most of the pig. so much ham that the missus could eat it all. well recommended as loads of boards games etc for that quiet evening getting smashed with company.
BigAl142 - 26 Sep 2008 10:34
Old fashioned village pub about 5/10 minutes walk from the nearest moorings. Still split into several different roooms, some for eating and some for drinking - dogs allowed in front bar. Good choice of real ales - sadly I can't remember what I had now! No beer garden but outside courtyard area for smokers/claustrophobiacs.
graham2 - 11 Aug 2008 17:35

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