Ironbridge  
  

Pubsurvey would like to thank the photographer at www.ironbridge-gorge.co.uk for the photos of the Robin Hood, Swan, Crown, Golden Ball, Meadow and Station

  

The Bird in Hand

B&B accommodation. Food served. Sunday lunch. Good collection of Ironbridge paraphernalia and local photographs adorning the walls. Tables outside overlooking the River Severn. This pub is older than the Ironbridge itself. Open all day. Car park. Situated on Waterloo Street. Tel - 01952 432226. Visited Feb 2017  Pub website
Six Bells Cloud Nine
Six Bells Spiky Blonde 
  

Crown Inn
Situated on Hodge Bower - no real ale

No real ale - Nov 2014. 
   

Golden Ball

Good selection of tasty and well kept ales. Nice historic pub with a real fire that also does accommodation. Dog friendly. Occasional live music. Food served and lots of weekly specials. The pub sign says it was established in 1728.  
Pub website
  Situated on Newbridge Road. Tel - 01952 432179. Visited Nov 2014
Adnams Broadside 
Greene King London Glory
Salopian Shropshire Gold
St.Austell Tribute 
  

Horse & Jockey

Freehouse. Just one real ale on the day of the visit - the Shropshire Lad was well kept and tasty. This pub is situated down some steps on Jockey Bank off Madeley Road. Two rooms mostly given over to diners. Good value food served and famous for it's tasty steak and kidney pies. Sunday roast is good, too. Just a few car parking spaces outside. Tel - 01952 433798. Visited Jan 2000, Dec 2001, Jun 2004 and Feb 2006  Pub website
HPA Wye Valley Straw coloured, sweet, bitter edge, hoppy aftertaste
Woods Shropshire Lad
star45.gif (403 bytes)Tasty and full bodied
   

The Malt House

Freehouse. A good place to sit back and enjoy some music. Wednesday is open mike  night. Popular pub with live music most nights of the week. The bar food is tasty and served quickly. There is a selection of loud paintings on the wall in the bar area. Restaurant. Accommodation. Car park. Situated on The Wharfage overlooking the River Severn. Tel - 01952 433712. Visited Apr 2008  Pub website
Green King IPA A bit average really 
      

Meadow Inn

Freehouse. Award winning restaurant pub with three separate eating areas. Comfortable, but not really a drinkers pub.  Awesome view of the Ironbridge cooling towers from the beer garden. Pub has won awards for the food. Collection of cigarette cards. Only one real ale available at the last visit. Situated on Buildwas Road. Tel - 01952 433193. Visited May 1999, June 2002 and Mar 2006  Pub website
Wheatwood Ale Well kept, very drinkable, good temperature and a nice hoppy finish
  

New Inn

Marstons's pub. Fairly authentic recreation of a turn of 19th century pub. Basic facilities. Piano. Beer garden. Part of the Blists Hill Open Air Museum. Visited Aug 2016
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Station Hotel

We here it's now a restaurant. On our previous visit it was a very basic old pub with average beer. Pool table. Juke box. Situated on Bridge Road on the quiet side of the iron bridge. Cains a bit fizzy. Visited May 2000  Pub website
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Swan Taphouse

Freehouse. Major renovation in 2000. Situated on The Wharfage opposite the river. Food served. Bar and restaurant area. Car park. Since our last visit the thumping music has disappeared. The Shropshire Pride was the star pint - and there were two other real ales to choose from. Comfortable surroundings. Accommodation. Visited Apr 2008  Pub website
Fullers London Pride 
St. Austell Tribute
Worfield Shropshire Pride
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Reader's comments - Looks closed - Aug 2014
  

Tontine Hotel

Enterprise Inn & Hotel. Unspoilt hotel opposite the Iron Bridge. Beer well kept. Accommodation. Food served. Relaxing atmosphere, and check out the old photographs of coracles in the bar and the encaustic tiles in the entrance way. Tel - 01952 432127. Visited Nov 2014  
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Stonehouse Station Bitter 
Wye Valley Butty Bach
   

White Hart Inn

Popular pub situated opposite the River Severn on The Wharfage. Tables outside. Food served. Two real ales. 
Brakespear Bitter 
  

White Horse

Pubmaster pub. Popular local with karaoke on the night we visited - a bit loud. There's a real fire, darts and a pool table. Tables outside at the front, and a beer garden with kiddies play area. Situated on Lincoln Hill. Car park. Pool table. Tel - 01952 432369. Visited Nov 2014  Facebook page
Enville Ale
Hobsons Town Crier
Morland Old Golden Hen
Readers comments - Andy the landlord who was here in 2000 tells us that things have changed a lot.
  

Ye Olde Robin Hood Inn

Olde world charm and a log burning stove in the bar. Good selection of real ales. The pub has seats outside overlooking the new bridge across the Severn. Occasional live music. Dog friendly. Accommodation. Food served. Car park. Tel - 01952 433100. Visited Feb 2017 Pub website
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Holdens Black Country Mild
Holdens Black Country Special
Holdens Golden Glow
Wye Valley Butty Bach 
Marks says - pub has changed hands, now a Holdens pub - beer quality is still high and guests are varied and interesting. Give it a try.