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The Goose, Wolverhampton

Pub added by Walter Dunlop
32-36 Lichfield Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 1DN
Phone: 01902717843

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Delboy 20 left this review about The Goose

As stated below the Goose is a bit Spoons like. It is open very early and caters to the early drinkers of Wolverhampton. A decent choice of beers when I visited including 2 from Green Duck (Duck Blonde and Sitting Duck) and Cumberland ale. The 2 Green Duck beers were in good shape. I enjoyed my visit and would happily call again.

On 8th January 2019 - no rating submitted
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Graham Coombs left this review about The Goose

Another Stonegate circuit pub, slightly dowdy and a bit downmarket. The rather cavernous interior is divided up by columns and dark wooden balustrades, with a generally brown and cream décor. Pool and darts available towards the back. The only ales on were Pedigree and Cumberland, but there were a couple of other clips reversed.

On 8th November 2018 - rating: 6
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Al Bundy left this review about The Goose

A Wethers-a-like and very identical to a lot of them. 2 banks of 3 handpumps on the bar though only 4 on today. Its a large open plan place with several areas to drink in. Its ok to be honest though it obviously doesn't have a locals pub feel to it.

On 7th April 2016 - rating: 6
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Real Ale Ray left this review about Lady Wulfrun

Update - Lady Wulfrun has been taken over by the Stonegate Pub Company and is now called the Goose. This is a large open plan pub with a servery along the left hand wall and lots of menus scattered around offering two meals for £6. On the beer front, there was a Backyard Blonde. The service here was useless.

On 15th November 2013 - rating: 5
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Soup Dragon left this review about Lady Wulfrun

A terraced Samual Cooper freehouse, set under a mock-Tudor stone building and the town centre bus stops that mean, along with the smokers at the door, it can be a fight to get in, or more generally, to get out. The frontage is mainly glass, with some red and white paintwork.

The interior is effectively an open plan room divided up by rows of columns supporting the roof. The serving bar is to the left on entry and was decorated with the 6 nations flags. The decor comprised of the usual red, cream, patterned wallpaper and wood panel, with a cream ceiling and a patterned carpet. There is an area with a pool table, bar footy game and some video gamey thing and the place was adorned with loads of silent TVs. The background music was soft. A number of photos of old Wolverhampton appear on the walls. I didn't eat, so can't comment on the food, but i had a good idea of the menu, as many dishes were to be found in the carpet. The service was fine, the clientele a general Spoonsy kind.

Beer; usual tap stuff, with Marston's EPA, Pedigree, Banks's Bitter and Hobgoblin on handpull - the Hobgoblin was OK.

A general town centre cheapy place.

On 6th March 2012 - no rating submitted
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Lady Wulfrun

Single-bar pub of a reasonable size, but with a curious layout enforced by the sub-division into a number parallel seating areas (some up a couple of steps) separated by the remnants of former walls before the place was partially opened out. Pool table. Menus with plenty of cheap food offers. Three handpumps offering Rev James, Old Speckled Hen and EPA (at a very competitive £1.69). Overall, much like one of the less distinguished Wetherspoons.

On 3rd April 2011 - rating: 5
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Andy Ven left this review about Lady Wulfrun

Formerly The Goose in the City, now re-named The Lady Wulfrun and re-branded as a (M&B) Samuel Cooper Freehouse, in direct competition with JD Wetherspoon's.

On 6th June 2010 - no rating submitted
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ROB Camra left this review about Goose In The City

Large barn in typical Goose style with few if any distinguising features. It actually seems to attract a clientele that find the Wetherspoons a bit posh. 6 handpumps but only 3 beers on, none of them very exciting. Had a pint of Bombardier, it was OK.

On 27th March 2010 - rating: 4
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