White Swan9 Main Street
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A 17th century, timber-framed, village pub that combines well kept real ales, an extensive wine and spirit list and classic pub food while maintaining a welcoming community spirit. There are two bars, both with roaring log-burners in winter, a courtyard to the rear and a few tables in front. There are also plans for a small brewery in the outhouses. The left-hand bar, partly sculpted out of adjoining cottages, is used more for dining with a menu ranging from steaks to pub classics plus lighter options. Sunday lunch. The right-hand bar is more oriented towards drinkers. One of its regular ales is the renowned Savignon Blonde from local brewery, Crafty Beers. Its 2 changing ales mostly come from regional brewers including Tring and Adnams.