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Rose & Crown Inn, Brockmoor, Brierley Hill

161 Bank Street
Brierley Hill
DY5 3DD
Phone: 01384354330

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Old Peculiar left this review about Rose & Crown Inn

Recent change of manager, the pub has been smartened up inside & out. New guy seems very keen, the Glow and Special bitter are on top form plus he's putting snacks on the bar on Sunday lunchtime plus curries, chillies and stews on Saturday night. Tiger cobs available too.
Worth a visit!

On 3rd May 2019 - rating: 8
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Aqualung . left this review about Rose & Crown Inn

This is a strange looking pub from the outside. It looks like it was a tiny place that has had extra bits tagged on to it over the years. Inside there are two bars, with the saloon off to the right and a public bar to the left. I opted for the public bar which had a nice mosaic tiled floor and a dartboard. On the bar there were Holden's Mild, Bitter, Golden Glow and Special. I went for the Bitter (£2.25) which was cheaper than either of the two Spoons I visited that day and was in excellent nick. I suspect this pub may get overlooked for the more famous Vine which is a fair old walk away but it's a nice little pub that is well worth seeking out.

On 1st December 2014 - rating: 8
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Soup Dragon left this review about Rose & Crown Inn

A detached Holden's pub, with patio area. It has been a pub since at least the mid-Victorian period. It looks like a white rendered cottage-styled pub, but it extends massively to the back and has a side conservatory extension that houses a dining area. The interior has two rooms served by a central wood bar. Off to the right is the lounge, which is a small room in red and white, with red velour seating, a brick fire, a few brasses and prints. a few old chaps were playing cards. The bar is to the right. Also in red and white, it allows access to the dining area. It has a few prints on the walls and a couple of brick fireplaces to offer interest, as well as a dart board and a TV (footy scores). The service was fine. The clientele was mixed, the dining area was being made ready for a family function. I have eaten here before and the food was decent enough - i had a mixed grill. There was no music. Beer; usual tap stuff, with a range of Holdens handpull beers; MILD, Bitter, Special and Golden Glow. The MILD was very good, as ever. I have been here several times in the past - along with the Vine, it is always the highlight of Brierley Hill. A must.

On 30th September 2013 - no rating submitted
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Danny O'Revey left this review about Rose & Crown Inn

Now open 12-2 weekdays, this is a pleasent comfortable pub. Its what I find to be a typical Holdens pub, two bar areas & a modern extension/conservatory.

Its a traditonal local pub, red cloth benches/stools and a small bar area. Its nice, and the beer is kept very well.

On 24th November 2009 - rating: 8
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Steve Thorpe left this review about Rose & Crown Inn

Very nice Holdens pub with guest ales. Doesn't open till 18.00 weekdays but all day on a Saturday

On 30th October 2006 - rating: 8
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