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Hail to the Ale, Tettenhall - pub details

Address: 2 Pendeford Avenue, Tettenhall, West Midlands, WV6 9EF [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Bilbrook (1.4 miles), Codsall (2.1 miles), Wolverhampton (2.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Pilot, Aldersley (0.3 miles), Rock Hotel, Tettenhall (0.7 miles), Dog and Gun, Tettenhall (0.8 miles), Golden Eagle, Wolverhampton (0.9 miles), Newhampton Inn, Whitmore Reans (1.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of Hail to the Ale, Tettenhall

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Walked here from the Dog & Gun through a very nice area of housing and via the Claregate, a new build Generous George (Marston's) pub which I have requested to be added to the site. Hail To The Ale is well worth the trip out of the city centre. It's a micropub owned by Morton Brewery. Coneydog Lite was the ale from Morton. Although Penkside Pale was pulled through before we left. Guests were Leatherbritches Mad Ruby & Corvedale Golden Dale. Ciders were Broadoak Bristol Port, Cock Eyed Devon Jasper & Hurst View Rhubarb Blend & Chyder Cherry Blend. I had the two Hurst View ciders before moving onto a bottle of Hurst View Golden Pip. The black pudding, cheese and onion rolls were nice and so were the variety of scratchings they stocked. It's a dog friendly place, with many pictures of dogs in the unisex toilet. Friendly staff and punters. A really decent place, that was my favourite pub on this visit to Wolverhampton. Didn't get any discount as a CAMRA member. But this was not advertised.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Aug 2018 19:37
Micropub on 5 bus route from Wolverhampton. Split level pub, rather more spacious than appears from the outside. Four beers from micro-breweries and two ciders. The beers I had were in extremely good condition. Small discount for CAMRA members. No food, but a small range of snacks. Friendly and efficient service. It is the first pub I have ever been too where the landlady formally thanked me for my visit.
simontheeditor - 8 Apr 2017 18:12

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