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The Queens Head, Birmingham

381 Farm Street
Postal town: Birmingham
B19 2TX
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Queens Head

Old-school corner local with three distinct areas: the small 'L'-shaped bar at the front, a compact seating area with banquette seating and six small tables further back and a pool room off to the side at the rear. Sound system in use on a Sunday evening, belting out some (admittedly decent) reggae and blues at quite a volume. No real ale, and even the keg Banks's Mild was off, so made do with the Tetley's Smoothflow (£2.70).

On 20th September 2015 - rating: 5
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Alan Winfield left this review about The Queens Head

The Queens Head is a decent looking back street corner pub,that is situated in a fairly quiet area,but close to a busy road junction.
Once inside there was an L shaped room to the front,the room had becnh seating around the sides,there was some music type equipment to the front left and there was music playing from it,there was a pool table to the rear left,the floor was part carpeted and part lino.
There were no real ales on the bar,i opted for a drink of keg Tetley bitter,this took an age to serve,so i went to the toilet when i came back the bar lady was still trying to pour it,so i asked for Banks's mild this also took ages to serve,this was a very poor drink of Keg banks's mild.
The pub was fairly busy on my Saturday afternoon visit.
This is a locals pub,but it is nice to see small pubs like this still open.

Pub visited 17/8/2013

On 17th August 2013 - rating: 5
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Queens Head

A detached white rendered pub, with black paint work

The interior is a single U-shaped room around the serving bar. The decor is a red and cream, with red ceiling alond with, as what Danny says, basic bench seating and stools. There were Irish flags and ephemera for decoration. There was a karaoke on, which was in the area as soon as we walked in, so we got our drinks and moved to the other area, where there is a pool table and a TV, which had the news on. The service was fine, the music supplied via a loud karaoke and the place was very popular with what i assume are a local crowd - there were plenty of singers anyway!

Beer; no real ale, all keg, with Banks's MILD, which was fine enough

Nothing for a real ale fan, one for the locals i think.

On 6th February 2011 - no rating submitted
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Map location corrected by Danny O'Revey
Jewellery Quarter, 0.61 miles, 11 min walk (show)
Birmingham Snow Hill, 1.38 miles, 26 min walk (show)
Birmingham New Street, 1.84 miles, 35 min walk (show)
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30th Mar 2016, 08:57
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29th Mar 2016, 18:21
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  • Karaoke : Yes last updated 06 February 2011 by Dave McNally
  • Pool Table : Yes last updated 20 August 2013 by Alan Winfield
  • Real Ale : No last updated 20 August 2013 by Alan Winfield
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