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68 /100 BEECH HOUSE, CHURCH GREEN E
“The outside of the pub proclaims the Black Tap Brew Pub, although the new incarnation of the bar doesn't brew. However you'll be treated to four cask ales, mostly basic British styles from respected outfits such as Ossett, Church End and Backyard. The bar itself is smallish, with a real fire (in March!) And bare wooden floors. 70s music in the background, so that's cool, although we weren't treated to any Led Zep with the drumming genius if Redditch's famous son John Bonham. Not the greatest selection but well-kept, and I like this place's vibe.“
jjsint 560 days ago
64 /100 THE OLD CINEMA, UNICORN HILL
“Wetherspoons fayre in a converted cinema in the town centre. The place is big! The cask offering is sometimes rather uninspiring but there is not a huge amount of choice in the town. Prefer this JDW to the other 'Spoons pub in Redditch“
Cheeseboard 1468 days ago
52 /100 UNIT 4, ALCESTER STREET
“Visited on a Tuesday evening. Place was nearly empty. 10 cask ales plus others. Not a big deal but OK.“
androman 1976 days ago
72 /100 59 BIRCHFIELD ROAD, HEADLESS CROSS,
“Nice club hidden behind houses in a residential area of Redditch. Friendly staff and customers: four Real Ales, two ever changing. Neat, tidy and worth finding if you are around there. It was a finalist in the CAMRA West Midlands Club of the Year 2014 (I know because I was one of the judges). Back again in 2015: still a decent club with an ever changing selection of four Cask Ales.“
BlackHaddock 2605 days ago
70 /100 UNIT 4, ALCESTER STREET
“Large town centre Wetherspoons which can be very busy.Reasonable choice of ales on the two rows of pumps and kept well.“
TickerTerryDJ 3070 days ago
66 /100 THE OLD CINEMA, UNICORN HILL
“Large comfortable Wetherspoon near to the bus and railway stations.Beers well kept but now down to one row of wickets.Good value and also close to town centre.“
TickerTerryDJ 3070 days ago
82 /100 59 BIRCHFIELD ROAD, HEADLESS CROSS,
“Private members club for the whole family where new members are welcome as are card carrying CAMRA members at all times.Well laid out and spacious bar and seperate function room as well as an upstairs snooker room with one table.Pleasant outside decking/patio area.3 taps/hand pulls,soon to be four feature local ales as well as rarer beers from further afield with good support to micro breweries.Real ciders also available on gravity.Drinking and banter feature well in this friendly club.“
TickerTerryDJ 3071 days ago
66 /100 UNIT 4, ALCESTER STREET
“Traditionally furnished and large open plan style Wetherspoon off one of the main pedestrian streets in central Redditch. There’s no shortage of custom and two rows of ales pumps protrude from the bar. There’s plenty of window space to sit and watch the world go by.“
ManVsBeer 3151 days ago
72 /100 THE OLD CINEMA, UNICORN HILL
“Wetherspoon in a converted cinema with a small patio area out front. Inside it is well laid out with a central bar as you walk in and the larger hall area beyond. The theme is the local motorbike industry and there’s a complete mounted one on the back wall, the furnishing is comfortable and appealing. Two rows of ale pumps give a good selection.“
ManVsBeer 3151 days ago
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