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The Prince Of Wales, Brownhills - pub details

Address: 98 Watling Street, Walsall, West Midlands, WS8 7NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30342) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Landywood (3.9 miles), Shenstone (4.3 miles), Bloxwich North (4.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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The Prince of Wales is on the busy A5 Watling Street. It is a fairly small pub, which stretches back a way from the entrance and is slightly larger than it first seems. No real ale is served. Although there was one handpull with a Doom Bar clip turned round. The keg options were Banks's Original, John Smiths Extra Smooth, Strongbow & Strongbow Dark Fruits, Guinness, Carling, San Miguel & Worthingtons. Only one other customer was in on this weekday visit. Not really worth a return visit.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Jul 2016 21:50
Called in at the Prince of Wales this evening hoping for something decent on handpull, not least something from the local Beowulf brewery, which I'd read was on tap there. However, the landlord had nothing at all on handpull and said that he was waiting for a delivery which was late. Apparently, he took over the pub about a month ago. Friendly bloke and I hope his time there goes well.
Mick_P - 6 Sep 2011 23:04
This pub has no car-park, making it a little awkward to stop of the dual carriageway, but there is a side street you cant see till you are on it!

The outside is tidy, with a patio beer garden at the back, the front faces straight onto the A5. The inside is a little twee with its fake beams, but is clean, with a large V shaped bar making the interior rooms a little strange in shape. One TV, which the friendly chap was happy to turn onto Sky Sports News to get an update for the cricket for me, despite never seeing me before - so good marks there.

The beer choice was limited to the usual stuff, with Pedigree on handpull. However, the pub had Chestnut MILD, which was fantastic.

Awkward for non-locals maybe to stop, i just know i will be again when i fancy a swifty of MILD


Archivist - 7 Jun 2009 20:52
FRIENDLY COMMUNITY PUBLIC HOUSE.RECENTLY EXTENDED & REFURBISHED. REAL ALES, PREMIUM BEERS/LAGERS, BRANDED SPIRITS. ALL AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. NO CAR PARK BUT TAXIS CAN BE CALLED.
JANE TAYLOR - 18 Nov 2006 13:04

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