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Somers Sports and Social Club, Halesowen - pub details

Somers Sports and Social Club
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Address: The Grange, Grange Hill, Halesowen, West Midlands, B62 0JH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32627) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Old Hill (2.2 miles), Rowley Regis (2.6 miles), Cradley Heath (3 miles)

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user reviews of Somers Sports and Social Club, Halesowen

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Excellent selection of beer. Open Saturday and Sunday aftrenoons now until 11.00 every night. I am a member and have not found anywhere better. No wonder CAMERA keep giving them their prizes.
LAP - 9 Aug 2010 16:59
Real Ale Heaven ! :)

Used to visit as a CAMRA member, but in the end stopped my subs to CAMRA and joined here instead.

Pete has now retired and the Club is run by Ian and Jo, who seem to be doing a sterling job. The beer is as good as ever and the grounds are lovely to enjoy a summer evening's pint in whilst watching the bowling !

The legal challenge by Folke's has been dropped (at least for the forseeable) so the club is back in action.

Heartily recommend a visit... you won't be disappointed !
ThirstyAleMonkey - 12 Jul 2010 14:05
What a kracking club, I arrived at the door pressed the buzzer, let in with out questions, found the bar, explained that i was guest, and had seen their add in local CAMRA mag, simply signed in no charge.
Then you step back and take in the bar, bloody heaven,(See photos) ten hand pumps, I feasted my eyes on them all, like child in a sweet shop, were to start first, Oh Bathams!, pint of, they the Holdon's Golden Glow, and then the Enville bitter, on,and on my pleasures went, only stopping for a mouthful of piping hot man size pastie (only £1.50).

The staff can only be praised fro there friendliness, and the building is worth a visiting in its our right (Grade two listed), with sport ground at the rear, surround the club is a extensively wooded parkland, with the back drop of the Clents hills.

My only regret is it works on the old opening hours 12-2,6-10:30pm sort of times. making it difficulty having to travel by public transport some 30 miles round trip, but now that I have found it, it's worth every mile of travel.

(I have since learn t that the Trustees of Folkes group are trying to reposes the build and land, which has been in use as a club since 1951, so if your in the Halesowen area, give it a visit before it as visit before its too late)
wafflingdwarf - 28 Jan 2009 20:26
Fantastic pub! I'm not a member but gained entry through my CAMRA membership. A large selection of real ales and good food served. Staff are very warm and make you feel very welcome.
Beowulf - 4 May 2008 11:22
Nice friendly social club with a great selection of ales at reasonable prices. Iím not a member but was allowed access by showing my CAMRA membership card.
cestrian - 14 Feb 2008 16:20

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