|Real Ales ||TT Landlord, London Pride + 4 guest ales|
|Food ||Lunch everyday, evenings Mon-Fri|
|Outside ||Garden at side|
|Facilities ||small tv, occasional live music, real fire|
|Age Group ||Mainly middle-aged||
|Real Ale ||9|
|Overall ||7 / 10|
The White Hart Tap in St Albans is in a side street just a hundred yards from London Road.
At the time of the visit beer choice was impressive; they had Pendals Witches Brew, London Pride, Bitter and Twisted and Brays Mild on handpump.
As the bar is only a couple of feet inside the entrance and there is often people sitting on stools at the bar it can be a little awkward leaning past these people to get served.
Looking around at the clientele it was noticable that most people were middle-aged to elderly.
This is a small, friendly, traditional pub. It is a fine place for a good pint of beer and a chat. Live music on the first Saturday of each month.
Date reviewed: 12th Oct 2006
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