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William Shenstone, Halesowen - pub details

William Shenstone

Address: 1-5 Queensway, Halesowen, Birmingham, West Midlands, B63 4AB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8741) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Old Hill (1.6 miles), Rowley Regis (2.3 miles), Cradley Heath (2.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 8 users)
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user reviews of William Shenstone, Halesowen

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Nice enough JDW...plenty of buses...worth a visit.
Blastbeat - 17 Aug 2015 11:09
A rough and ready spoons, still lively as I write at gone midnight, but then it is the only place open in the town centre ( the famed real ale pubs close early here). Wick war BOB was not good, the Jaipur is excellent, but this is not a real ale stronghold. The Travelodge is rolling distance and always available for £20 odd, so I recommend Halesowen.
mtaylor40 - 8 Aug 2013 00:29
Dropped in whilst working in the area again.

Can only praises the staff for their knowledge of the ale. Just asked what they would suggest to a foreign to theses part, no hesitation of suggesting Ammorite, Dorset Brew include in Sunday lunch deal, never reaching the table with a full glass whilst supping way, I managed another 3 pints of the said nectar before lunch was finished..

Staff suggested Goldthread, Salop brew , and Fireside Bitter both where in excellent nick.
Thanks to my colleages for putting me right about the wounderful Church oppersite Spoon's the Parish Church of St John the Baptist, which makes a nice backdrop while watching the World (well, town) walk by. bee578 and Midwich - respect.
wafflingdwarf - 6 Feb 2010 22:36
Always a busy pub, with a wide age-range of customers. Sometimes the staff can't seem to cope when it's busy - dirty plates and glasses left on tables for far too long. As wafflingdwarf pointed out, it's situated opposite the Parish Church of St John the Baptist, which makes a nice backdrop while watching the World (well, town) walk by. The beers are typical JWD, guest ales on draught along with what you'd expect to find - Strongbow and cheap lager etc. Unfortunately, it does attract a minority of 'dubious' clientele.
Midwich - 16 Nov 2009 13:20
Good selection of guest ales including FIVE wentworth brews all @ 1.55 pint,BARGAIN!!! 7/10
fat_beer_badger - 16 Jul 2009 11:04

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