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The Moseley Arms, Birmingham

105 Ravenhurst Street
Postal town: Birmingham
B12 0HB

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Moseley Arms

Much more modern within the remodelled interior than one might expect, with light decor and tidy furniture. Largely opened-out but leaving three distinct spaces, with the dining area located up a single step. Also offers hotel accommodation. Unfortunately, neither of the handpumps (with reversed Doom Bar clips) was operational, so went for the keg Worthington (£3.10) which is definitely more popular in this part of the city than the dreaded John Smiths.

On 2nd December 2018 - rating: 5
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Danny O'Revey left this review about The Moseley Arms

Modernised opened up corner local with overnight rooms. One square room with central fire place. A quarter is given over to a pool table, around the rest is lounge seating including padded benches around the walls. Modern pine bar, white walls. A bit different for the area.

No real ale, Worthington Creamflow.

On 2nd July 2015 - rating: 6
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Moseley Arms

A now detached corner pub, part in undressed brick and part white render with black paintwork.

The interior is an open plan modern room, but it seem partitioned down the middle to form a table and comfy chair area and a sofa area, which as the review below states, is in a cinema style with a few rows of sofas (and pouffes) facing a large screen TV, which had the cricket on - the sofas were empty! The decor is in white and blue/silver patterned wallpaper. There were blinds on the windows and a couple of pictures to break up the bare walls. The service was functional at first, but we got a friendly goodbye on departure and there was one other person in when i visited.

Beer; no real ale, all keg stuff, with Brew XI, which was OK.

An attempt at something different as Digbeth is full of th more traditional kind of place. While the interior of this pub isnt to my taste, it does offer something different

On 5th July 2010 - no rating submitted
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General Staal left this review about The Moseley Arms

This is a fine Victorian building from the outside.

The interior has been done out in a modern style with Paisley wallpaper and leather sofas arranged in a strange 'cinema' style facing a big screen. I assume they have live music or some form of entertainment here. The room is open plan, but laid out in 'sections'. The interior is clearly new.

There are no real ales at all on at this pub. Its just your usual array of lagers and smoothpours. Brew XI smoothpour was on and this is what I sampled. It was perfectly drinkable.

I have no objection to modern interiors in 'traditional' pubs. For me however, the beer was uninspired. I doubt I will return.

On 4th July 2010 - rating: 3
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