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Image posted by Just a quick pint, then I'm off
Submitted on Saturday, 18th May 2019
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The Harrows Inn in Wolverhampton

The Harrows Inn is a pub that I have driven by many times over the years without ever contemplating going in.

On arrival, the large car park was busy and the garden area was packed with families. There is a children's play area, but also undercover areas more suitable for enforced alfresco dining.

We did still spot some spare tables, so enquired if they had room for us. The initial answer was no, but when informed that we were only planning to stop for a swift one, we were directed to the table closest to the main A449. Many other customers were turned away following us, despite other tables remaining empty throughout our visit.

Some people were eating pizzas. Whether these had been delivered in, or whether they had been prepared on the premises, I wasn't quite sure.

I did manage to step inside into a corridor to use the facilities. The interior has been recently refurbished and will hopefully get good use when pubs are allowed to open fully.

A blackboard displayed the 5 real ale options and also a couple of craft beers. Real ales were Lemon Dream, Jaipur, HPA, Moonshine & Golden Glow. Unfortunately, they no longer stock real cider, but the ale selection was certainly the biggest on this crawl of Staffordshire pubs.
Reviewed by Blue Scrumpy

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22nd Apr 2021, 21:09
Request to mark pub as open by Delboy 20 approved
 
22nd Apr 2021, 20:37
Request to mark pub as closed by Just a quick pint, then I'm off approved
 
22nd Apr 2021, 20:37
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by Just a quick pint, then I'm off, with included notes: Gone away: Closed in about 2017.
 
22nd Apr 2021, 20:37
Request to mark pub as open by Just a quick pint, then I'm off approved
 
22nd Apr 2021, 20:37
Request to mark pub as open submitted by Just a quick pint, then I'm off

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