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The Three Horseshoes, Balls Hill, West Bromwich

Pub added by Martin Alford
86 Witton Lane
West Bromwich
B71 2AQ

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Soup Dragon left this review about The Three Horseshoes

This is a detached Black Country Ales pub, with patio area. It is a great looking Victorian dollshouse. It is somewhat older than most properties around as it was situated between a number of iron works in the 1890s. It is a cottage, with the central entrance flanked by bay windows. It is mainly in brick, but has moulded stone around the door and windows. There are two front gables, with finials - it looks fantastic. The interior has a main L-shaped room and a smaller side one that i didn't see. The main room is in white' coffee and wood, with a small plain fireplace and a nice, yet plain wood bar. There are darts and pool. There is a TV, which had the news on, as well as a pull down screen that wasnt being used. A few arty pictures were on the walls, which are somewhat at odds with the old wooden bench seats. The service was friendly and a nice mixed crowd of locals was in. Beer; usual tap stuff and annoyingly for a BCA pub, no real ale - the pulls were out of use. This left me with a keg Banks's MILD, which was decent enough, but never-the-less, a disappointment. Worth a visit if the real ale is on.

On 15th July 2013 - no rating submitted
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