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Boar's Head, Kidderminster - pub details

Address: 39 Worcester Street, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 1EW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33210) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kidderminster (0.2 miles), Blakedown (3.4 miles), Hartlebury (4 miles)

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You wouldn't think it from the outside. But the Boar's Head is a rockers pub situated near the town centre. It has two rooms, which give way to a semi-outdoor performance area and a garden beyond. There is also a corridor providing more drinking space. Plenty of skulls and the like, in addition to some rather large speakers give a clue as to what this place is like in the evening. During the day, it was much more genteel. Hobgoblin & Hobgoblin Gold were the 2 ales. No real cider was available.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Jul 2016 18:19
Typical rock orientated boozer, limited beer selection` black décor, plastic skulls and dodgy toilets - Kidderminster's answer to the long missed `Costas` in Brum. essential haunt for the alternative crowd.
Blastbeat - 12 Jan 2016 14:34
A revisit after four years by the looks of it.

Still exactly as I remember it. Just a lot less people.

Great music on the Jukebox.
Mappiman - 18 Dec 2015 10:29
The good news is that its back open! This used to be a fantastic pub.... that busy that they had a seperate bar at the end of the courtyard to cater for the demand of people who couldn't get into the pub. On a rainy saturday night in May 2011, there were around 10 people in total. I sat there and contemplated the decline in the pub industry - my only ideas were a "bring your own beer" policy, like they do in balti houses. Haven't worked out the commercials yet :-).

Still a terrific pub for atmosphere, great music (Selector, Beat took me back in time) and a little bit of history into pop sub culture, as among the 10 were a punk, rasta and ska boy.
Mappiman - 9 May 2011 17:09
Another good pub bites the dust - thanks Banks'.
glendabeer - 13 Sep 2010 17:09

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