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The Waggon and Horses, Halesowen - pub details

Waggon and Horses
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Address: 21 Stourbridge Road, Halesowen, West Midlands, B63 3TU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4609) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Old Hill (1.5 miles), Rowley Regis (2.2 miles), Cradley Heath (2.2 miles)

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King Edward VII, Halesowen (0.1 miles), William Shenstone, Halesowen (0.2 miles), Forge, Halesowen (0.4 miles), Hawne Tavern, Halesowen (0.4 miles), Button Factory, Halesowen (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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2019 Good Beer Guide Entry and Stourbridge and Halesowen Pub of the Year 2018.

Part of the Black Country Ales Chain. Like the Wellington in Brum, there's TV screens showing the 11 or so real ales on.

This has a real pubby feel. Multiple houses knocked together, providing some side rooms complete with real fire. Bar is long, thin and has a wickedly sloping floor.

BCA seem to source very unusual brews and I had a fine Black Storm Porter - all the way from Whitby to the West Midlands.

Perfect Pub.
Mappiman - 22 Dec 2018 15:50
This is still a great real ale pub, with a decent range of good value food. It's a 'drinkers' pub' but not a drunkards pub: nice atmosphere of people supping their pints appreciatively & chatting with family or friends.

Went there for lunch recently, having only been for drinks previously, & was impressed by the food: a relatively small but interesting menu on offer, from traditional pub grub to the more exotic/spicy, all at down to earth prices.

The beer prices may not be the absolute cheapest around but what a choice! 14 pumps including Abbeydale, Angel Ales, Bathams and Oakham, all well kept and you can have a taster of one or two if the variety leaves you uncertain which to choose.

This is not a posh pub nor a posh restaurant but as a 'real' pub selling good beer with tasty food available it's hard to beat.

AbbosAle - 15 Apr 2015 01:47
Finally got around to visiting this pub a couple of weeks ago, seizing the opportunity whilst attending a birthday party at the Townsend Social Club opposite. It appears to be in the process of a renovation. But nevertheless, this is a great little pub with a mixture of locals and real ale enthusiasts. 14 ales are on, plus real ciders. On my Friday evening visit, they had Adnams Broadside, Nottingham DPA, Brew Co Treacle Stout & El Dorado, Bank Top Dark Mild, White Rose Summer Hoppiness, Byatts Big Cat & Coventry Bitter, Angel Eyes Eros, Bathams Bitter, Oakham Inferno, Abbeydale Moonshine, Hobsons Up 'n' Down & Art Brew Anarchist Bitter. Ciders were Moles Black Rat & Westons 1st Quality. The bar staff were very knowledgeable about their range. Hope to visit again.
blue_scrumpy - 14 Jul 2013 20:51
I visited this pub on the 9/4/2013 good pub but ales are expensive unfriendly locals ! beware !
boyden1 - 10 Apr 2013 17:45
Best pub ever.

Pub would be ruined if it were to be decorated
benzo - 28 May 2012 22:49

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