BEERS - WINES - COCKTAILS
Wines by the Glass
All wines by the glass are wine spectator recommended and Robert Parker rated
FOREST GLENN MERLOT 6.50
XPLORADOR CABERNET SAUVIGNON 6.50
PLACIDO CHIANTI 6.50
PINOT NOIR PATCH BLOCK 7.50
BIG RED MONSTER MERITAGE 8
GEYSER PEAK CHARDONNAY 6.50
HARAS MAIPO VALLEY SAUVIGNON BLANC 7.50
BANFI PRIMAVERA PINOT GRIGIO 6.50
BLUFELD RIESLING 7.50
VENDANGE WHITE ZINFANDEL 5
OLD SPECKLED HEN - GUINNESS - STELLA ARTOIS - BASS - PLUS 2 FINE AND TASTY ALES ON ROTATING TAPS 5.50 per pint
COORS LIGHT 3.50
BOTTLES:- BUD - BUD LIGHT - BUD LIGHT LIME - MILLER LIGHT - MICHELOB ULTRA - 3.75 - SAM ADAMS - SAM SEASONAL - NEWCASTLE BROWN ALE - FLYING DOG - BLUE MOON - SMITHWICKS - HEINEKEN - AMSTEL - CORONA - KALIBER 4.75
OLD STONE IPA - CRISPIN CIDER (sweet) 5.50
SAMUEL SMITH PALE ALE - STRONGBOW CIDER 16oz 6.50
ST. PETERS PORTER 16oz 8.50
There is a carefully chosen wine list available, as well an excellent additional list of reserve wines
Always fabulous - Always custom:
Red Horse - Pink Lemonade - Black Horse - Royal Pimms - White Horse Tea - Passion Fruit Fizz - Pink Horse - Horse of a Different Color - Raspberry Margarita - White Horse Cosmo - Remember this Summer - Tropical Horse - Raspberry Mojito - Windsor Truffle - White Horse Bloody Mary - Peach Sangria by the pitcher or by the glass
Open 7 days for lunch and dinner from 11 to 10
Bar until close
Shop-Logo- tee shirts 15 - Sweat Shirts 24 - Front and Back Logo shirt with 1920 m/c girl 28 - Hoodie 28 -hats 12 - Doggie Tee Shirt 15 - Beer or wine glass 10 - pub sauce 12oz 6 - Chip Pot 15 -
20 White Horse Stamps 15
Bumper sticker free
SOME OF THE ARTIFACTS OF THE WHITE HORSE
BEHIND THE BAR IS AN INDIAN SCOUT MOTORCYCLE FROM
1920 - THIS WAS THE FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION FOR THE BIKE THAT EVENTUALLY EVOLVED INTO THE CHIEF - WITH REVOLUTIONARY ENGINEERING - THIS BIKE WAS FAR AHEAD OF ITS TIME - IT BECAME THE OBSESSION OF BURT MUNROE WHO EVENTUALLY BROKE THE LAND SPEED RECORD AT 200 MPH - AFTER MUCH TINKERING
1488 - CASTLE LAND DEED FROM NORTHERN FRANCE
- THE PART THAT ENGLAND ONCE OCCUPIED, WRITTEN IN OLD FRENCH ON PARCHMENT -No longer valid,I think ?
16TH CENTURY TAVERN TABLE - IN CONTINUOUS USE FOR OVER 400 YEARS, FROM A ROYAL CASTLE - I bet a lot of good ale, victuals, and lively chatter have been absorbed by that oak
AN UNUSUAL PAMPHLET FROM PARLIAMENT 1649
- Lord Fairfax, as commander of the army, declaring loyalty to parliament, just after King Charles I was deposed, during the climax of the civil war. This broadside would have been placed in town squares and important taverns for all to read.
1840 PUB SIGN - from the original White Horse pub - Mayfair, London, well ingrained with Victorian fog
DOCUMENT WITH ORIGINAL SEAL SIGNED BY WILLIAM CLOPTON THE XXI DAY OF JANUARY IN THE 41ST YEAR OF THE REIGN OF OUR SOVREIGN LADY ELIZABETH BY THE GRACE OF GOD OF ENGLAND FRANCE AND IRELAND QUEEN DEFENDER OF THE FAITH 1599 - from one of the noblest families in the land, he had a politically arranged marriage to his cousin Anne in 1586 (he was 12 and she 9) eventually inherited all estates, lived in Stratford upon Avon, where in 1597, he rented the house next to him, called new place to his good friend William Shakespeare, who subsequently purchased it in 1599. Records indicate this was the second biggest house in town, Clopton retaining the biggest. Must have had great dinner conversations when his friends came over. Shakespeare it is said based the character of Ophelia from Hamlet, after a Clopton personal incident also Juliet was similarly inspired by the very colorful Clopton family..
ELIZABETHAN CHEST - geometric shapes fashionable on furniture through the sixteenth century - old hard oak with ancient worm holes - I can only imagine the changing fashions and items those drawers have seen for over 400 years, and now it is a time to hold your menus ..
1597 MANUSCRIPT WITH THE GREAT SEAL OF QUEEN ELIZABETH 1 - One of only a handful in existence, as carved by Nicholas Hilliard, and used exclusively by the Queen on matters of great importance.- scholarship rights had to be granted to the British Museum - Her Majesty's Government did insist after all - perhaps the scholars can enjoy a pint of old speckled hen and a signature burger, whilst at their studies.
1675 FIRST ENGLISH NEWSPAPER - The London Gazette, bringing news from around Europe, speaking of Armarda's and Men of War Galleons, of Banquets attended by persons of quality and the first advert, which was a lost and found for a little dog !
1827 GLASS WINE FLAGON - in original basket
16thc. - ORNATE CARVED FINIAL BRACKETS - either side of the front door came from a Royal four poster bed
1592 - PAIR OF ROYAL COURT CHEST PANELS - from an enormous chest discovered in an Elizabethan Stately Home etched with dates 15 & 92
1865 - CHARLES DICKENS - PURCHASE OF 160 BOTTLES OF 1834 PORT -
Check Drawn on Coutts Bank - 6 March 1865 -
for 142 pounds 18 shillings & 10 pence
Made out to John Humphrey (The Lord Mayor of London)
In a letter "Your brother Mr. William Humphrey has informed me that you will be so very kind as to bid for me at the sale of wine tomorrow.... 'I shall be very glad to lay out from 100 to 150 pounds on the '34 Port taking the smaller range if it should go at very high prices and the larger if it should go at eight or nine guineas per dozen.'
1480 circa - OAK PANEL CARVED FIGURE - mounted above Elizabethan Chest
FENDER GUITAR SIGNED BY MICK, KEITH, RON AND CHARLIE OF THE ROLLING STONES - original triptych by Henry Dilz 1978 and 1979 Paris Concert Tickets.
HORSE BRASSES - Used since medieval times and even mentioned by Chaucer, some of these are up to 200 years old. They were used to decorate the bridles and harnesses of the Shire Horses. With designs both personal and also symbolic of the villages or counties. Similar to customizing or decorating a truck today, in fact as trucks started to replace these beautiful and massive shire horses, the decorative brasses were often placed on the beams, in the village pub. A tradition that continues...