The Anvil

Free house. Tiny side street local with a real fire and a homely feel. Popular with darts players. The tiny bar offers three real ales. The Everards Tiger Bitter was a nice temperature and very drinkable. Situated on Aston Road. Tel - 01952 460125 Visited Oct 2002  Pub website
Banks's Original
Everards Tiger 
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Guest ales
Landlord's comments - We are now a much bigger pub, with a beer garden and have a good selection of real ales. We are a privately owned free house - Jun 2006

The Beehive

The Beehive now has real ale again. Families are welcome, food is served, Sky TV. Outside refurb. Situated on Curriers Lane. Tel - 01952 460655. Need to visit again soon. Pub website


Formerly the Old Bell Inn. Food served including a Sunday carvery. Young clientele. Three rooms including a restaurant area. Check out the sayings on the beams.  Situated on Church Street. Tel - 01952 463441 Visited Apr 2012 
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Jaspers Arms

Pub, restaurant and bistro. As well as the restaurant area there is a bar with a pool table. Food is served and there is a car park around the  back. There is all kind of old paraphernalia on the shelves in the bar. Situated on Victoria Road. Tel - 01952 460452. Visited Jun 2003
Green King IPA
Holdens Golden Glow
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Naughty Nells

Freehouse. This is a 16th century coaching house now converted into a hotel, pub and restaurant. The pub has stone floors and pumping music and looks like a dungeon - dark and dismal. The Enville Ale was a bit disappointing. Accommodation. Separte Mongolian restaurant. Situated on Park   Street. Tel - 01952 411412. Visited Jun 2003
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Good selection of beers on.  Pleasant pub with an interesting menu but food is not cheap. Popular with drinkers and diners. Candles on the tables. Situated at 65 High Street. Tel - 01952 249153 Visited Apr 2012
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The Plough

Newly renovated and re-opened in 2011. The Plough serves real ales and food. Chatty landlord. Situated on Broadway. Visited May 2015.  Tel - 01952 463118  Pub website
Dark Star American PA
Hobson Bitter
Hobsons Town Crier
Holdens Mild
Salopian Darwins Origin
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Thwaites Wainwright

Royal George
Closed in 2015 - it's going to be a co-op store


Seven Bar & Restaurant

Formerly the Crown & Anchor - now refurbished as a bar and restaurant. Car park. Situated at 8 Broadway. Tel - 01952 463740  Pub website 


New owners took over in Nov 2012. The Wheatsheaf looks like a pretty historic old building. Banks's Bitter is the house beer, with regular guest ales. Bit of car parking at the front. Situated on Broadway. Tel - 01952 879453 Visited Apr 2012  
Banks's Bitter
Guest beer

White Hart

Freehouse. A great pub for real ale fans with regular guest beers. The forthcoming beer attractions are listed by the bar. Unusual to find a Mild in pubs these days - the Holden's Mild was on top form. Food served. Car park. Two rooms. Is this the best pub in town for beer?  Situated on High Street. Tel - 01952 461161  Visited May 2015
Abbot Ale
Emville Ale
Holdens Mild
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Salopian Shropshire Gold
Wye Valley Butty Bach
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Readers comment - Jay says - You are spot on with the White Hart in Shifnal, it is a great pub, good beer and a good night so that one of us does not have to drive home. Jan 2006

Winking Frog

With a new name in 2016 - this used to be the Railway Inn. Popular side street pub. Food served. Stained glass windows at the front. Floorboards and hops. Situated on Aston Street. Tel - 01952 460431 Visited Aug 2001  
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