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The Eagle & Spur, Kidderminster

176 Castle Road
Cookley
Postal town: Kidderminster
DY10 3TB
Phone: 01562850184

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Star Pubs & Bars (Heineken)

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Soup Dragon left this review about The Eagle & Spur

This is a large, sprawling pub as it has a conservatory. It also with patio area. The buildings look Georgian to me, but it was certainly a pub in the Victorian period. The main room is an irregular shape with a corner serving bar but we headed to a smaller lounge, which is in white, light green and feature wallpaper - so vogue really. It has a nice fireplace and old photos to give a heritage feel and there is a dartboard. I didn't notice a TV and there was no music. Service was friendly and it was quite busy at our late visit with a mixed clientele. Three real ales on: Bath Summer Hare, Deuchars IPA and the Eagle & Spur Traditional Bitter (brewed by Caledonian) which was fine enough. A pleasant enough stop off.

On 22nd July 2018 - no rating submitted
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Oggwyn Great left this review about Eagle & Spur

Nice looking pub in the middle of Cookley , its all very tidy on the outside with a small outside drinking area by the main entrance .
The main entrance leads to the bar which is a slightly odd shape , the bar is to the right , there is a small lounge and a larger function/dining room to the rear although this looked to be unused.
Usual keg taps and four handpulls , my Golden XPA was ok .
Service was friendley enough although the mainly coffe drinking locals seemed a bit wary of a stranger .

On 23rd June 2014 - no rating submitted
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