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White Hart, Aylesbury

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Went in there recently.

It is a typical Wetherspoons but of the glass and steel type and not the "converted bank" type.

Unfortunately the choice of beers was abysmal. Apart from the "usual suspects" there was Leighton Buzzard Black Buzzard (a good beer but not on a blazing hot July lunchtime) and two Tring beers: one was finished (unknown to the bar staff) and the other not on yet. So I adjourned to the nearby Bell, a better bet in the JDW stakes.

I then had a "deja vue" moment when I remembered that the last time I called in there were very few beers so I walked out.
boblarkin - 25 Jul 2018 22:15
Service was abysmal the archetypal Wetherspoon model - 8 staff on duty, 7 faffing about with till rolls, dusting etc etc and the one person at the bar clueless as to who to serve next.
Snarling_Mallard - 22 Mar 2017 17:30
Not the finest Wetherspoons. But I thought I'd give it a go as it's in the current Good Beer Guide. There's another one just round the corner, which I didn't go in. Ales were Everards/Townshends JC IPA, Greene King IPA & Abbot, Marstons/Tyler Brown Barley Brown's ESA, Tring Death or Glory, Sharps Doom Bar & Vale Fusion. No real cider is served. Car parking is available next to the pub. But you do have to pay.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Apr 2015 20:04
Bog standard Wetherspoons though the ale is reasonable you get the Jeremy Kyle brats-in-tow acolytes and the one person serving behind a busy bar policy.
anonymous - 3 Jan 2015 22:12
Went in at lunchtime, so rather quiet. Still took time to get served (it is a Wetherspoons) but then both staff wanted to serve me. Guest beer (Burton Porter) was pretty good and pretty cheap.

On this limited experience I would say one of the better 'Spoons.
boblarkin - 24 Jun 2011 20:41
Never had a bad pint in here, always kept well. Better decor than the JDW Bell but noisy in late evenings with the DJ & Glitter balls. Still have the annoying practice of 'coming soon' on handpumps. Usual 3 ales of GK Abbot, Ruddles & maybe Pedigree/Pride. Guest ales of which there are 2 or 3 are interesting - slightly better choice than the JDW Bell 200 metres away. Had a really good Kelham Island Pale Rider. Cheap but some pubs in Aylesbury are hurting.
Booze_Allen - 22 Jun 2011 14:47

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