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The Lighthouse, Halesowen

153 Coombs Road
Coombswood
Postal town: Halesowen
B62 8AF
Phone: 01216021620

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

Decent alehouse, no longer owned by Brain's, but seemingly doing well as a freehouse. The landmark part of the building is now a slightly raised seating area, with the main entrance and bar in the first part of the attached single-storey extension and a dining area at the far end. Good selection of local / regional real ales from the five handpumps: Hobson's Town Crier, Holden's Golden Glow, Enville Ale (£3.25), Pardoe's Bumblehole and Three Tuns XXX.

On 28th October 2018 - rating: 7
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Roy Collins left this review about The Lighthouse

Large pub with several seperate drinking and eating areas with a nicely decorated interior. Choice od 4 ales and the Brains SA Gold was very good. Only problem wasthat we were the only customers in on a Saturday afternoon.

On 18th September 2016 - rating: 7
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Lighthouse

A detached Brains cottage-styles pub with extension in cream painted brick wth blue paint work and a large beer garden at the back.

The interior had a large open plan room, with a function room upstairs, which i did not see. The main room has the wooden serving bar facing you as you walk in and the room was mainly in grey and white, with a few raised areas and a mix of tables and chairs and sofas - a place to try and cater for all tastes really. The one end has a dart board as well and the place does food, though i didn't eat so cant comment on that. There were a few TVs though, one not on and the other with the news and there are a lot of pictures on the walls, with not surprisingly, the sea featuring quite heavily. The service was fine and there were a couple of locals in, quite for a Sunday night. The music was general and at a decent level.

Beer; tap stuff, with Brains Dark and two handpull ales; Enville Ale and Enville Ginger, which was pretty decent.

I thought this was a pretty decent place, and the beer was fine. I would certainly pop back here

On 7th February 2011 - no rating submitted
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John Horton left this review about The Lighthouse

Of the several pubs in the area this is the one I'd be least likely to revisit. Tarted up old boozer with indifferent ale.

On 14th July 2008 - rating: 2
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david johnston left this review about The Lighthouse

Well worth a visit

On 1st June 2008 - rating: 8
[User has posted 73 recommendations about 71 pubs]