Drinks

Grey Horse Inn Balerno Drinks

Real Guest Ales And Beers

The Grey Horse Inn, conveniently situated on Balerno’s high street, offers a wide selection of drinks in both our newly refurbished gastro pub restaurant and our long-established, award-winning Real Ale Public Bar. Our central location makes us perfectly positioned for visitors to pop in after exploring the local area.

Our gastro pub offers a premium selection of wines, craft beers, spirits and freshly brewed tea and coffee. Enjoy your favourite drink in our comfortable, modern surroundings while savouring our seasonal specialities and local Scottish produce.

Guest Ales & Drinks Menu

Visit our Facebook page to view our current selection of guest real ales. You can also download our wine list below. 

Traditional Real Ale Bar

Our award-winning Public Bar offers a wide selection of real ales, ciders, beers and spirits. Our guest ales change regularly, so be sure to visit our Facebook page to view our selection for today.

The public bar is cosy, full of character, and has a warm fire that helps us through the cold, winter months. Poems, pictures of local history and recent social events adorn the walls, and we offer a warm welcome to both locals and visitors.

We’re a dog-friendly bar, so feel free to stop by while you are out on a walk in the local area.

Grey Horse Inn Real Ale Public Bar

Book A Table

If you are joining us for a meal, please book a table with us to avoid disappointment. You can call us to place your booking, or alternative book online. 

0131 629 2126

Shining Customer Reviews

We often receive positive feedback praising the quality of our homemade food, drinks selection, and the warm, welcoming atmosphere that awaits your arrival.

If you would like to leave us any feedback on your visit to the Grey Horse Inn, please drop an email to info@greyhorsebalerno.com

 
The pub is a real gem. I dropped in with a small group of friends after a walk in the Pentlands one winter afternoon. The small and cosy public bar has a warm coal fire at one end with a couple of tiny inglenook seats, a collection of other comfy tables and chairs and a long bar. We were welcomed by a cheerful landlord who proudly told us about a variety of real cask conditioned ales from local craft breweries, along with a selection of more conventional drinks and a fine selection of whiskies and gins. Undecided which to try, he then offered us a taster ‘on the house’ to help us make our minds up before selling us several fine, well-looked after pints of super local ale.
Ian W, TripAdvisor