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Field House, Solihull

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Last Friday's cask offerings were Black Sheep Best Bitter and Ember Inns Pale Ale , Purity Mad Goose, Shipyard Island Time Session IPA, By the Horns Stiff Upper Lip and Brakspear Bitter. All priced at £3.40 but you can get 20p off a pint with a CAMRA card. The ones I tried were worthy of their Cask Marque status. My pub grub was good but I chose wisely according to the rest of my table.
paul_d102 - 29 Mar 2018 21:14
Not much to add to previous reviews....still as popular as ever as last night was very busy but the service throughout the evening was very efficient. Ales were Speckled Hen, Brakspear Bitter, Reverend James, Black Sheep and Adnams Shingle Shells - they were all perfectly acceptable without being earth-shatteringly good. Some live music last night and, all in all, a good night out.
paul_d102 - 21 Dec 2014 17:28
Ember Inns establishment with a typically anodyne interior. Nevertheless on a Saturday evening, tables were scarce and this is quite a large pub. Prices are very reasonable and the real ale range is good - Taylor Golden Best, fff Alton's Pale Ale, Purity Ubu, M & B Brew XI, Greene King Abbot Ale & William Worthingtons White Shield IPA. This would be a very nice pub if it had a little character. But clearly it is doing something right, as it is so popular.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Mar 2011 19:51
good memories of the the JUG OF DEATH!

happy days
iceman4294 - 15 Feb 2010 16:28
Given its inauspicious location in the middle of a large modern housing estate, The Fieldhouse is actually a pretty decent local pub. Part of the Ember Inns chain, they usually have at least 5 real ales on and the food is reasonable pub grub (if not gastro standard). Quiz every Tuesday and Sunday night. Watch out - this place gets absolutely packed if you don't get there early on quiz night, and bar service can be slow at times, but the staff are very friendly.
dw198 - 11 Dec 2009 22:48
One step up from a Brewers Fayre and I don't mean that in a nice way. A restaurant masquerading as a pub. Better off just going into Solihull if you are looking for a non-food pint.
mrfalafel - 25 Feb 2009 13:19
dont see what the problem is,this pub is excellent with a good atmosphere and good food and drinks.
iceman_8000 - 15 Dec 2008 11:37
kitsch chain pub with the usual microwaved fare. Oh poor Solihull!
nofanofbritain - 18 Feb 2008 22:14
kitsch chain pub with the usual microwaved fare. Oh poor Solihull!
nofanofbritain - 18 Feb 2008 22:09
kitsch chain pub with the usual microwaved fare. Oh poor Solihull!
nofanofbritain - 18 Feb 2008 22:08
kitsch chain pub with the usual microwaved fare. Oh poor Solihull!
nofanofbritain - 18 Feb 2008 22:08
Always had a good time in this pub. Changed a bit over the last few years with the addition of extra space and new toilets.
PJChaos - 19 Sep 2007 21:08
Ember Inns seem very consistent, a modern take on Chef & Brewers with a clear anti-family policy. I find them OK, but they're all the same ! Commitment to real ale is commendable though.
mtaylor40 - 10 Dec 2006 12:08
Good food, good service, nice crowd and good beer. And occasionally some nice birds!
Arnie - 21 Feb 2005 17:24

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