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Good Beer Guide

In september 2016 we were awarded a place in the Camra Good beer guide for the 7th year in a row.

This is a reward to recognise the quality of our cask ale range, and service.

At the Horse and Jockey we can offer you a selection of great cask ales. As well as our choice ales we have an array of ever changing guest beers for you to try. Come and have a pint with us, you wont be dissapointed, Keep an eye on our twitter and facebook pages for our ever changing guest ales.

Green King, Abbot Ale

This irresistible ale has masses of fruit characters, a malty richness and superb hop balance. It is brewed longer to a unique recipe.

The famous Doomesday Book chronicles "cerevisiarii" or ale brewers as servants of the Abbot in the town's Great Abbey. The Greene King brewery sits alongside the historic ruins of the Abbey and to this day the brewers still draw water from the same chalk wells used by brewing predecessors all those years ago.



St Austell, Tribute

Award-winning Tribute was first brewed to commemorate the 1999 solar eclipse. Today, the popularity of this great-tasting 4.2% abv beer has spread nationwide; with Tribute now being voted as one of the UK's top-ten premium cask ales.



Hobsons, Town Crier

Town Crier is a full flavoured golden ale with a big voice, the elegant straw coloured bitter has a hint of sweetness which is complemented by subtle hop flavours leading to a dry finish




Tetley's Original is the No. 2 in the UK ale sector with an ABV of 3.8%. It has been brewed in Leeds since 1822 and to this day we still use traditional brewing methods, such as dry hopping of cask ales and Yorkshire Square fermenting vessels. Tetley's Original is a traditional style ale with a full-bodied hoppy flavour and a refreshing crispness on the palate.



Hobsons, Twisted Spire

A unique beer with all round appeal, with a sweet floral aroma, the initial fizz and sweetness gives way to a refreshing burst of hop flavour which lingers though to a crisp dry finish. The latest creation from Hobsons Brewery -Twisted Spire is a pale low gravity beer named after the twisted spire of St Mary the Virgin Church in the market town of Cleobury Mortimer where Hobsons is based



Opening Hours

Sunday - Thursday 12:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday - Saturday 12:00pm - 11:30pm

Dont forget quiz night!

Every tuesday is quiz night, with cash prizes, play your card right and free food.

Just £1 per person to enter with no maximum on team sizes, starts at 8:30pm

why not guarantee a seat and eat with us before the quiz gets underway?