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The Hawne Tavern, Halesowen - pub details

Hawne Tavern

Address: 76, Attwood St, Halesowen, West Midlands, B63 3UG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17826) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Old Hill (1.3 miles), Cradley Heath (1.8 miles), Rowley Regis (2.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 16 users)
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other pubs nearby:

King Edward VII, Halesowen (0.3 miles), Shelton Inn, Halesowen (0.4 miles), Lutley Oak, Halesowen (0.4 miles), Waggon and Horses, Halesowen (0.4 miles), Button Factory, Halesowen (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of the Hawne Tavern, Halesowen

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A good back street locals pub. Popular with a large bar with pool table and separate seating areas plus a smaller cosy lounge. There are three regular and up to six guest ales. Tried the Bathams Bitter and Wye Valley HPA, both good. Thatcher's Heritage cider also available here.
AbbosAle - 15 Apr 2015 02:03
First visit to this pub on Saturday evening. It has a range of 9 ales plus a cider. Although all the beers were pale ales or bitters - Moorhouses White Witch, White Rose Hopping Mad, Bob's White Lion, Wye Valley HPA, Bathams Bitter, Dark Star American Pale Ale, Church End Enigmatic Variations, Thornbridge AM-PM & Ossett Silver King. The cider was Thatchers Heritage. The pub itself is located in a back street. It was busy with people watching the World Cup football on the TV. There is a central bar, which you can walk right round. But it creates separate drinking areas. Undoubtedly a good pub. But I do prefer the Waggon & Horses just down the road.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jun 2014 21:28
A cracking little local pub with a very good choice of Real Ales. This pub has got the best beer in Halesowen and should not be missed.
bailsnall - 5 Mar 2012 16:17
This is a welcoming local, reminiscent of numerous front rooms in the 1970s/'80s. But somehow it's none the worse for that, primarily thanks to its unexpectedly broad range of cask ales - around 8 in total, all of which were found in great condition. A minor disappointment was that all were of the pale variety; given that we were entering Autumn it seemed perverse not to have at least some brown or dark beers on, but as a pale ale lover it wasn't such a hardship to stay within that stable.
The punters were friendly, as were the bar staff, and for a weekday evening the place was pleasantly busy, which sadly one can't always take for granted even in superior local hostelries in residential areas these days.
There is considerable space in what is essentially a traditional 2-bar layout - there seem to be far more pubs in this Region that have retained this feature than in those further south, and it was a joy to see.

Well worth a few jars if you find yourself meandering around the Halesowen area.

TWG - 1 Oct 2010 18:10
Top notch pint of Pictish ale was quaffed here couple of weeks back, friendly little local with a small beer patio at the rear, 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 16 Jul 2009 11:16

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