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The Weavers Real Ale House, Kidderminster - pub details

Address: 98 Comberton HIll, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 1QH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 43544) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kidderminster (0 miles), Blakedown (3.3 miles), Hartlebury (3.8 miles)

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Second visit to this brilliant pub. The range of ales made us return the following day and we received CAMRA discount.
Steamer1 - 22 Sep 2016 19:46
Weavers seems to be Kidderminster's highlight. It's situated within easy distance of the station, just down the hill towards the town centre. There is a table outside. But there is adequate room indoors for people to sample the range of ales, ciders and craft beers. The selection on Saturday afternoon was Three Tuns XXX, Wye Valley Daisy Duke, RCH Phoenix Gold, Pig Iron Unbeweavable, Corvedale Dark & Delicious & Fownes Upper Gornal Bitter. Ciders were Thatchers Heritage, Abrahalls Lily The Pink, Westons Wyld Wood & Barbourne Golden Drop. 3 KeyKeg beers were Fixed Wheel Pope of Dope & Blackheath Stout & Green Duck Fat Neck. There was also a Belgian beer selection in bottles. Staff and customers all seemed to be knowledgeable. They were relieved that the rush before the Kidderminster Harriers match had subsided. A friendly place that is Kidderminster's best pub in my opinion. Whilst no CAMRA discount was offered, they do appear to have a loyalty card you can get stamped.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Jul 2016 18:16
Despite being in a modern shop type building this place had quite a pub feel to it and does a decent range of well kept ales.
anonymous - 31 Mar 2016 22:42
Not a traditional pub, being in a new build.

Lots of ales and ciders - including my beer of the year - Three Tuns XXX.

Perfect for beer lovers.
Mappiman - 18 Dec 2015 10:30
A very pleasant pub indeed. Railway station just up the road. Nice ales, nice Cider, nice staff and nice punters...must visit.
Blastbeat - 16 Nov 2015 11:14

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