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The Little Ale House, Bromsgrove - pub details

Address: 21 Worcester Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B61 7DL [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Bromsgrove (1.1 miles), Barnt Green (3.9 miles), Alvechurch (4.5 miles)

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user reviews of the Little Ale House, Bromsgrove

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Welcome addition for to the town. Always a great selection of real ales and ciders and the place looks a bit more homely on each visit.

Agree with the above that a chalk board listing the ales available would be good, as while its nice to ask at the bar at busy times this isn't really possible. Hoping it continues and that the council allow it to latten its closing times a little.
DudleyC - 27 Jan 2015 10:33
Not from the area, but the Little Ale House is the first (and last) stop for us when visiting rellies in Bromsgrove. Quirkily presented bar with very friendly locals and staff alike. Although we've only been a handful of times, the beer selection has been good and, more importantly, well-kept. Ok, perhaps it is a tad on the small side, particularly on a busy Saturday evening, which is usually when we're in town; but give me cosy to a large, draughty, soulless bar anytime.
What more could a beer-lover want?!
BreweryBird - 10 Dec 2014 20:51
A bold venture is the Little Ale House. Basically a pop up pub in a former hair salon. It has a very peculiar high level bench running along one side with high table and stools.
A simple bar with a combination of fridges and a multiple barrel stillage rack.On that they have a combination of barrels either ready for drinking or still settling. Bar staff appear very knowledgeable on what's on offer. I cant help thinking a more visible chalk board somewhere would aid selection.
It's great to see a small independent surviving amongst the chains on the high street. I feel a better location would help, particularly given the number of empty outlets in the town.

LickeyEndBooze - 14 Sep 2014 11:58

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