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The Blue Brick, Brierley Hill

153 Dudley Road
Brierley Hill
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Local Pub (Marstons)

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Blue Brick

Nowadays looking somewhat isolated, with most nearby buildings having been demolished. If you ignore the sense of decrepitude caused by some of the signage lettering having fallen, the exterior still holds some interest. Unfortunately, though, this is not reflected inside where the opened-out out 'J'-shaped interior has been stripped of any real character, with the partly raised side pool area being the only feature of note. Slightly surprisingly, I found two real ales on handpump: Lancaster Bomber (£2.50 and initially poor, but the barman obligingly pulled more beer through to produce a better pint) and Hobgoblin.

On 2nd March 2019 - rating: 5
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Delboy 20 left this review about Blue Brick Top House

Well described below the Blue Brick is a bit rough around the edges now. No ale on when I called in so I had a lager. Nothing to draw me back to be honest.

On 23rd December 2018 - no rating submitted
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Soup Dragon left this review about Blue Brick Top House

This is a detached Marston's pub and eatery, with a patio area. It is a former Victorian hotel, called the Commercial, which was situated by the Round Oak railway station. It was renamed the Blue Brick, as amazingly, it is constructed of blue brick. It is an irregular shaped build, with stone windows - interesting features include the Gothic tower and trefoil window. The lower frontage is in stone and blue tile, with pedimented entrances. The interior is a soulless, open plan, irregular shaped room, with a conservatory. Much of the space is given over to the foody tables - I didn't eat so I can't comment on theat, but it was the usual Marstonsy type of menu. The room is in cream and green, with a few fireplaces. There is a side area with a pool table and a few dart boards. There are several TVs, which had sport on. There was no music. A few old photos are on the walls. The service was fine and the clientele, small but mixed. Beer; usual tap stuff with Banks's MILD and Bitter on handpull - I had the bitter for a change, it was fine. A fine building, with a generic interior - not one I would go out of my way for.

On 30th September 2013 - no rating submitted
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Pub location see interactive map of local area
Map location corrected by Graham Coombs
Cradley Heath, 2.4 miles, 46 min walk (show)
Lye (West Midlands), 2.4 miles, 46 min walk (show)
Stourbridge Town, 3.29 miles, 1 hr 3 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for The Blue Brick, Brierley Hill
7th Aug 2022, 22:07
Request to mark pub as closed by Delboy 20 approved
7th Aug 2022, 20:59
Request to mark pub as closed submitted by Delboy 20, with included notes: Other: Boarded up at the moment.

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  • Karaoke : Yes last updated 24 July 2015 by Dave McNally
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
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