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The Juke, Birmingham

Pub added by General Staal
York Road
Kings Heath
Postal town: Birmingham
B14 7RZ
Phone: 01214413155

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Blue Scrumpy left this review about The Juke

Formerly a branch of Cherry Reds, this place is now called The Juke. I'm not sure it can be classed as a micropub. It has more the feel of a dive bar. But it certainly has a good craft beer selection, if that is your bag. Available for my visit were Lervig Sour Suzy & House Party, Wylam Jakehead, Twisted Barrel Broken Hands, Full Circle Hoop & Tap Social Movement Jobsworth. The cider was Pulpt Flare.

It's quite dark at the rear where the bar is situated, but much brighter nearer the entrance. Table seating outside at the front seems popular. They don't appear to open during the week until 4pm these days.

On 29th September 2023 - rating: 5
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Gill Smith left this review about The Juke

Visited 16.4.21 after Covid19 lockdown so only 2 outside tables available. They have got a pavement licence so more likely to appear. All covid regs applied, and a beer menu brought out. All beer were draft, and we chose Twisted Barrel Gods Twisted Sister and Brew by Number 19 Gose Blackberry and Raspberry, both of which were fine. Open Mon - Fri from 2pm and Sat and Sun from 12 noon. Friendly staff who will help with beer choice. Very interesting street food menu available.

On 24th April 2021 - rating: 7
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Gill Smith left this review about Cherry Reds

Now called Yhe Juke with a real Juke Box playing decent music. It is a craft ale bar with one real ale on and 5 tap beers. Walk through a kitchen area where they serve pie and mash type meals into the bar area with plenty of seating. There are still tables and benches outside the front. We enjoyed our tap beer, Old Print Works Brewhouse Triple Hop.

On 2nd September 2018 - rating: 8
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Al Bundy left this review about Cherry Reds Cafe Bar

More cafe than bar. A small place split into two with the kitchen as you enter and the bar to the rear. The servery is only small and there is one handpump. Silhill Blonde Star was the beer today.

On 10th March 2017 - rating: 5
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Soup Dragon left this review about Cherry Reds Cafe Bar

An end-terrace house coversion into a cafe/bar, which has a few benches at the front. The road and the house were built in the late Victorian period. The upper exterior is in gret, with a dog tooth cornice and a bow window, the lower frontage is simply brick and glass. The interior is a sigle room, with a cakey food counter at the front and a drinks counter at the back. The decor is mixed wallpapers and brown, with a few tables and chairs and a few sofas crammed into little space. There is a wood floor. There is no TV and the music is mixed and at a decent level. A few bits of bistro art are on the walls. The service was friendly and the place full - as about 5 people were in. Beer; a few usual taps, with bottled beers and Castle Rock Harvest Pale Ale on handpull, which was fine. Simply too small for a misery like me - but happy to have popped in.

On 15th January 2014 - no rating submitted
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Danny O'Revey left this review about Cherry Reds Cafe Bar

Small cafe bar near middle of Kings Heath, with a local reputation for quality bottled beers and fine food.

The food part is to the front & this leads through to a small seating area with a bar at the end. Rather arty as befits Moseley/Kings Heath.

Pleasant little place and has one real ale, Backyard Blonde on my visit. They seem a little unsure on serving the draught beer, but is trying & a must if doing the 50 bus crawl from the city.

On 30th June 2013 - rating: 8
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