Bricklayers Arms • Shrewsbury
A Joules brewery tap, The Bricklayers Arms has all the features you’d expect from a Joule’s pub – wooden floors, fireplaces and stain glass windows and of course, great Real Ale brewed in nearby Market Drayton. Famous for making some of the best sausage rolls in Shrewsbury, a perfect combination with Real Ale from Joules.
The Bull • Rodington
Recently under new ownership, by the same team behind The Malthouse, Swan and Smoke, both in Ironbridge and The Last Inn, Newport. This village pub has just reopened after a refurbishment. Now serving 3 Real Ales, including pub exclusive ale – The Bull, specially brewed for the pub.
Ugly Duckling • Long Lane
A pub with rooms. The Ugly Duckling combines the best of old and new. Expect to see exposed timber, brickwork and other original features, but is still modern. Serving 4 real ales including exclusive Ale – ‘Denzel Duck’ and pub exclusive lager ‘Ay Up Duck’.
The Tiddly • Ellerdine Heath
A Cracking little pub hidden away in the countryside, this friendly rural community pub welcomes locals and visitors alike. Six handpulls dispense three regular beers and up to three guests from local breweries.
The Bear • Hodnet
Set in the historical village of Hodnet, with links to the Holy Grail. The Bear has many secrets of its own – a former Bear Pit located under Wilfred’s retreat in the pub, and has many secret passageways leading to the village and Hodnet Hall. Serves 4 cask ales usually from local microbreweries.
Fox Inn • Wem
One of only 3 freehouses in Wem, this cosy pub serves 3 local real ales alongside delicious pub grub.
Dickin Arms • Loppington
Reopened in 2017 after refurbishment. This modern country pub serves 4 local real ales. Set in the small village of Loppington, home to the only surviving bull ring in Shropshire, which can be seen from the pub window. The bull Ring is in the middle of the road (looking towards the War Memorial), and was used for the sport of bull baiting until the practice was banned in 1835.