What's on Tap
- TIMOTHY TAYLOR, LANDLORD - (National Chestnut Traditional Ale) From Harrogate - 4.3%
- CHARNWOOD BREWERY, SALVATION - (Golden Session Beer) From Loughborough - 3.8%
- LEATHERBRITCHES, HAIRY HELMET - (Hoppy Golden Ale) From Ashby de la Zouch - 4.8%
- CHARNWOOD BREWERY, Vixen 4.0% Chestnut Brown Traditional Ale - Loughborough - %
Charnwood Brewery was founded in 2014 here in Loughborough. Husband and wife team, Andrew and Andrea are brewing quality cask conditioned beer.
Salvation, a permanent beer in the collection can be found on tap at the White Hart, along with various monthly specials.
Home of Sarah Hughs, the Beacon Hotel and Brewery was built about 1850. The first licence was granted in 1852.
The Beacon Hotel and brewery has sat virtually unchanged for decades. It is an English Heritage listed building with national important historic pub interior where time has stood still.
The public house and brewery stand in the shadow of Sedgley Beacon Hills which is 777 feet above sea-level. An ideal walkers paradise being only 10 minutes walk up Beacon Lane with good all-round views from the top.
Timothy Taylor's best known ale is Landlord, a pale ale, 4.3% abv whencas conditioned and 4.1% when sold filtered in the bottle. It was created for miners, to compete against local rival Barnsley Bitter. Landlord was four times Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British beer festival.