Castle Hotel

Joules Pub. Transformed inside since our last visit - now the bar is in the middle with a room on either side. Popular local with nice wooden panelling and a log burning stove. Friendly service and there are three Joules beers on offer - they were all tasty. Food served including coffee. Quiz nights. Situated right in the middle of Wem at 14 High Street. Tel - 01939 232430. Visited Nov 2014  Pub website
Joules Calcutta 1757 
Joules Slumbering Monk
Joules Blonde 
Readers comments - Visited  on a Friday night. It was busy, mainly youngsters who seemed to be attracted by the very loud music. The pub is now owned by Joules Brewery of Market Drayton, which was reflected in the two beers that were on. They were Joules Pale and Double Hop. They were well presented, and I’d rate them as 3.5 stars - Nov 2010

Dickin Arms
(Hole in the Wall)

Friendly and popular traditional back-street local. Situated at 39 Noble Street. There's usually a guest ale on. Darts and dominos are popular. Large screen TV for sports events. Tel - 01939 234628. Visited Nov 2014 Facebook page
Adnams Old Ale
Theakstons Bitter
Readers comments - I use this as my local and it is in the process of being re-decorated throughout. It no longer has a pool table or Mansfield Bitter. Weekly guest ales and all the  draught beers are well kept - Jan 2009
Visited on a Friday night. It was still the popular back street local as described and was quite busy. Beer range was Bombardier, Theakston’s Best plus a guest. I rated my Bombardier at 3 stars - Nov 2010

Drayton Gate

The pub used to be called the Albion Inn and it's only open from Thurs to Saturday, the rest of the time it's for private functions only. We've not visited the pub since it changed its name, last time we were there it was a comfortable local. Food served. A single real ale. Car park. Beer garden. New dining room overlooking the front. Situated at the end of Aston Street so it's very handy for the railway station. Tel - 01939 233933. Visited Apr 2008
Stonehouse Station Bitter 
Readers comments - More new owners, and a new name too - 2014 
New landladies since March 2011. Pub is now back to its former glory, with home made food served daily, Sunday lunches served from 12 and it's best to make a reservation. Live music every weekend, Great pub and fantastic atmosphere - Oct 2011

Fox Inn

Formerly a Burtonwood pub, and spruced up in 2004 - with a friendly welcome. It must have the tallest bar in Shropshire, and the highest stools. Anyway, the beer is well kept and tasty. There always used to be two local ales on offer, but no longer. Collection of formula 1 pictures. Car park. Beer garden at the back. Darts. Occasional live music. Located at the west end of High Street. Visited Nov 2014
Old Golden Hen
Old Speckled Hen
Readers comments - Just for info, the bar was newly built but replaced to its original height (circa 1956) hence the high stools!! 
Went to the Fox, it was warm and friendly and the beer was fine. Decor makes the place feel like a chain pub, but the nice lady working behind bar made me and my family feel very welcome. Locals were decent sorts. I'll be back! - Jul 2008
Visited on a Friday night.  The pub is on the edge of Wem’s “circuit”, thus it is very much a busy local with a good mix of clientele. And it is now one of two free houses in the town. Chatty and knowledgeable landlord who confirmed that his range of 3 beers changed frequently. On the night, the three beers were from the Greene King stable. My Ruddles was a 3.5 star - Nov 10

Hawkestone Arms

Popular local and a friendly welcome. Music can be a bit loud. The Sharps Doombar was a bit ordinary, it's surprising how a beer such as this became so popular - anyway just 3 stars for the Doombar. Darts and pool table. Wood burner. Nice old black and white photo of the pub in the bar. Two large screen tellies. Outside drinking area at the side and just about enough car parking for 3 cars at the front. Situated on the edge of town on New Street. Tel - 01939 232927. Visited Nov 2014
Sharps Doombar
Youngs Bitter   
Readers comments - The entertainment varies from solos, motown to bands, drag queen, karaoke etc .The Tetley's is well kept - possibly the perfect pint of Tetley. Has a good variety of guest beers. Darts and dominoes. Live sky sports coverage. Wood burner. Nice old black and white photo of the pub in the bar - Jul 2009

Old Post Office

Called the Old Post Office because this used to be Wem's Post Office before it moved inside the local supermarket. Now with 3 real ales - a lot of customers seem to be the younger generation drinking lager. Food served. There is an outside yard with tables at the Free Wi-Fi. Occasional live music. Situated at 25 High Street. Tel - 01939 768098. Visited Sep 2017  Pub website
Three Tuns XXX 
Salopian Shropshire Gold  
Stonehouse Station Bitter
Readers comments - Visited on a Friday night and enjoyed the experience. It was busy, with a mix of clientele.  The pub is now a free house, which is shown by the range of 3 beers on. The very welcoming landlady informed us that Salopian Shropshire Gold is currently her house beer, with the other two being guests from local breweries. I went for my benchmark Stonehouse Station Bitter which I rated as 3 star - Nov 2010  
Visited on a Thursday night, not very busy, three real ales being served, tried the Three Tuns XXX and gave it 4 out of 5 - Sep 2017 

White Lion

Now a Joules pub and it's been transformed - our photo needs updating! It's more open plan now. Tasty Pale Ale and other beers from the Joules brewery. Popular pub with nice leaded windows at the front with the Joules logo on them, and the pub has a good sized beer garden at the back. Log burning stove is very welcoming. Pool table. Darts. Coffee served. Looks like the food is just butties. Situated at 1 High Street. Tel - 01939 233726. Visited Nov 2014  Pub website
Joules Blonde
Joules Pale Ale
Joules Slumbering Monk 

White Horse

Latest news - Closed
Used to be a multi-roomed popular pub with an entertainment licence that caused some controversy in Wem. Floorboards and a nice fireplace in the front bar. Jukebox type pub. Beer tastes ordinary. Situated opposite the church at 48 High Street. Visited Jul 2004
Readers comments - Closed either late 2007 or early 2008, think it was new years eve - Jan 2009
Nov 2014 - Still closed