Market Drayton   

Clive and Coffyn

Freehouse. A single real ale was on offer - the Bombardier was served at a nice temperature. Heavily beamed pub with exposed floorboards. Very popular on Saturday nights - music can be a bit loud and it may be standing room only. Food served. Real fire. Pool room. Beer garden at the back. Situated on Shropshire Street. Tel - 01630 653263  Visited Jul 2012

Coach and Horses
Closed - Situated on Shropshire Street - to be housing

Readers comments - The pub has been for sale for ages and the owners have applied for planning to turn it into a house - Nov 2015 

Corbet Arms Hotel
Closed - plans to move the post office into the building submitted in 2012


The Crown

Marstons pub. Bustling on a Saturday lunchtime. Good value food served. The Pedigree Bitter was well kept. Credit cards and switch taken. A few one armed bandits. Pool table. Free Wi-Fi. Situated on Queen Street. Visited Jul 2012 Pub website
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Marstons Pedigree Bitter
Readers comments -  My old local the Crown in Market Drayton gave me some good memories but now I am disappointed to say the the Marstons Pedigree Bitter is very bad. Jan 2006

Gingerbread Man

Tom Cobleigh pub. Market Drayton is the home of Gingerbread - but the pub didn't have any on the menu. Six handpulls on the bar - but only one real ale. There's a big car park and a kiddies play area. Food served. Situated off the A529 on Adderley Road. Tel - 01630 652771  Visited Dec 2009


Wetherspoons pub. The Battlefield Sabut Jung was tasty. The Hippodrone is located in the old cinema building. Hugh light shades hang from the very high ceiling. Food served. Coffee. Outside seating. Situated on Queen Street. Tel - 01630 650820  Visited Jul 2018 
Battlefield Sabut Jung
Greene King Abbot Ale
Ruddles Bitter
Sharps Doom Bar
Slaters Haka  

Joiners Arms

Marstons pub. Popular and comfortable pub. The Marston's Pedigree Bitter was nice and tasty. Handy for the chippy next door. Free Wi-Fi. Situated on Shrewsbury Road. Tel - 01630 654843   Visited Jul 2012  Pub website
Marstos Pedigree
Marstons Burton Bitter 

Kings Arms

Basic local. Guest beers on offer - and a sample was readily offered to try. Beer nicely kept. Lounge and bar. Situated on Shrewsbury Road. Visited Jul 2012
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Deuchars IPA
Wadworth 6X 

Kings Head Inn

Marstons pub. Burton Bitter was well kept and served at a nice temperature. Car park at the front for a few cars. Nice comfortable pub with food served. Beer garden at the back. Free Wi-Fi. Situated on Shrewsbury Road. Tel - 01630 652410 Visited Jul 2012 Pub website
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Wychwood Hobgoblin
Readers comments - Since Stuart Frazer took over the pub a food menu has been introduced - Mar 2010

Lord Hill

Joules pub. Large open plan pub, with seating around the edge, darts and a pool table. Joules Pale Ale tasty and nicely hopped. Car park. Tables outside at the front of the pub and a beer garden too. Pub website  Tel - 01630 698702. Visited Jul 2012
Readers comments - Pub acquired by Joules Brewery - Mar 2009

Oscars Wine Bar
Watch out - keg only


Red Lion

Flagship pub and home of the Joules Brewery. Pleasant, multi roomed beamed interior where barrels serve as some of the tables - which got a thumbs up from the beer tasting team.  There are two bars and food is served during the day. In common with other Joules pubs the walls are adorned with artwork and enamel signs.  Situated on Great Hales Street. Car park. Free WiFi. Tel - 01630 652602  Visited Jul 2018  Pub website
Joules Blonde
Joules Bob On
Joules Long Shot
Joules Pale Ale 
Joules Slumbering Monk  

Salopian Star

Market Drayton's oldest pub - this used to be called Jack Hanby's Place. A popular local with original exposed floorboards. We must have visited on a bad day, the Salopian Golden Thread was definitely not right. Darts. There was a lively game of dominoes going on. Pool room at the back. Situated on Stafford Street. Visited Jul 2012 
Salopian Golden Thread
Salopian Shropshire Gold
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Sandbrook Vaults

Half timbered exterior and the pub now features beers from the Joules Brewery in town. Well kept beer. Basic interior, the exposed floorboards give it a traditional look. Two TVs and a dartboard. Situated on Shropshire Street. Tel - 01630 655281 Visited Jul 2012  Pub website
Joules Blonde
Joules Pale Ale  

Stags Head

Marstons pub. Just one real ale - the Marstons Bitter was smooth but not distinctive. Two roomed basic local with a pool table and dartboard. Car park around the back. Situated on Great Hales Street. Tel - 01630 657012  Visited Jul 2012 
Marstons Bitter  
Readers comments - Wow what a change, newly decorated and new covers on seating it was quiet and relaxing and myself and a friend could sit and talk with a very friendly atmosphere - Mar 2007
- Pub for sale Jan 2013

Talbot Hotel

Closed Jun 2016 -  Comfortable and popular pub on the outskirts of town. A real fire, car park, food served, restaurant area. The Sunday roast lunch was the largest serving we can remember. All the beers come from the Marston's stable of breweries. Situated on Newcastle Road. Tel - 01630 654989  Visited Aug 2009  Pub website

Tudor House Hotel

Freehouse. 17th Century black and white pub in the middle of Market Drayton. The Youngs Bitter was quite tasty. Food served. Coffee. TV. Open all day. Accommodation. Situated on the corner of Shropshire Street and Cheshire Street. Tel 01630 657523. Visited Jul 2012  Website
St. Georges Brewery Lazy Days
Youngs Bitter

William Chester

Market Drayton's newest pub -converted into a cosy bar from an old photography shop. Situated at 20 Shropshire Street. Freehouse. Tel 01630 652315.
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