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Hearsall Inn, Coventry

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Another backstreet freehouse in the Churchfields area of the city. This pub was packed. Many were watching the live football. Others had clearly been there a little too long - my wife watched one woman having to be carried out of the ladies. Bar service is from the main room, with a serving hatch in the corridor by the front door. Ales were Byatts Brewhouse Best & Glorious, Church End Goats Milk & Bass. Despite being packed, this place did seem like quite a nice place. Perhaps best to return on a quieter evening.
blue_scrumpy - 20 Mar 2017 20:46
A bit grotty at first sight and I wish TVs could be quietened or at least restricted to one area of a pub. Cheap and decent Church End; not bad for a quick drink but whether I'd fancy a full session in here I'm not sure.
djw - 22 Sep 2012 22:04
Now regularly stocking Bhyatts excellant beers (Coventry's own brewery) at 2.50 per pint , as well as Church End.
covman45 - 17 Jan 2012 11:08
a very nice little place and a nicer haddock
eddieteddy - 1 Jul 2010 16:40
Revisited on a snowy night. Four ales on - Brew XI, GK IPA, Church End Foxs Hat And Goats Milk.Tried the last two which were in good condition.Good warm atmosphere too.
covman45 - 19 Feb 2010 15:48
Nice boozer with a strong Irish theme. Four real ale's on when I visited and the Webb Ellis bitter was on good form and at 2.20 a pint was the cheapest ale in the area. Ham cobs where a quid...which was nice.
ICTGringo - 2 Jan 2010 22:52
has started selling real ales which are cheap ( for this area) at 2.20 but trouble is the quality is not very good.
covman2003 - 12 Jul 2009 16:36

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