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Edwardstone White Horse Inn

Edwardstone White Horse Inn

South West, 52.05002,0.84396

Cask Ale is sold here.

Mill Green, CO10 5PX

grid reference TL 951 428

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Off the beaten track in rural countryside, a traditional Suffolk free house, hard to find but well worth seeking out. A selection of cask beers from local breweries including Burnt Mill, Ampersand, Artefact, and Crouch Vale plus real ciders. Up to 16 craft beer taps including six from on site brewery Little Earth Project. Two small holiday cottages and a campsite are within the grounds. Pizzas (Thu-Sun) and bar snacks are available. Beer festivals and other events are held.

Well off the beaten track in very rural countryside, a really traditional Suffolk free house, hard to find but well worth seeking out. Being run by former CAMRA local-POTY winners Jane & Mike Binyon (23 years experience). With knowledgeable staff to match the ever changing range of both cask and keg beers. Real ale focus is now on East Anglian breweries mostly within a 50 mile radius of the pub. Two pub beer festivals and the annual Eddyfest (August BH) are highlights in the pub events calendar. New Folk Festival starting 20th June 2020 plus the annual Cider Festival (in Oct).

The food is traditional and homemade with almost all dishes being gluten-free. Also two small holiday cottages and a campsite are within the grounds. Reasonably priced home prepared food uses mainly locally sourced and home grown and organic ingredients.

The pub is also the brewery tap of the Little Earth Project, located behind the pub. Noted for brewing quirky and interesting sours, wild beers, and cask aged beers. Exciting times ahead as they hone their offering of excellent British and European brews, organic and local soft drinks.

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Footnote

NOTE: A messuage equates to a dwelling-house and may include outbuildings, orchard, curtilage or court-yard and garden.

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(** historic newspaper information from Bob Mitchell)

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