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The Three Crowns, Brierley Hill

63 High Street
Brierley Hill
DY5 3AB
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Three Crowns

Traditional town-centre pub with the expected bunch of regulars in the front bar early on a Tuesday evening (although the signage suggests that it is currently closing at 19:00 daily). The wedge-shaped rear room (with its interesting fireplace) was quieter. Sadly, no draught real ales are being stocked at the moment, although the landlord insisted that they would be as the days draw in, and a few bottled versions were available. I made do with a Banks's Original (£2.60), with the Amber being one of the other keg beers, before heading onwards.

On 13th October 2021 - rating: 6
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Delboy 20 left this review about The Three Crowns

Always a few locals in and still selling real ale. Holden's Golden and Enville ale on for my last visit. The Holden's was in good shape. Worth a visit.

On 8th December 2018 - no rating submitted
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Three Crowns

This is a terraced pub, with rear patio area. It was closed at my last visit. It looks Victorian, being in plain brick. It has lancet and brick mullioned windows on the upper storey and larger, etched windows between brick pilasters on the lower. There are two side entrances. The interior has two rooms (although open plan) that form an L-shape. The back room is a quiet room, with one old chap reading a newspaper. It is in white and red wallpaper, with red ceiling and a grey tile floor. There is a small fireplace and bistro art. There are books and bottles, giving the traditional look, with bench and covered seats. The front room is in the same decor, with a brick hearth feature (burner fire). Sport and general pictures are on the walls. The TV had the sport on and the music was quiet and mixed. The service was fine and the clientele mature locals. A Banks's pub, which doesn't do food, other than cobs. Beer; usual tap stuff with Banks's MILD - on handpull there were Sunbeam, Old Thumper, Hobgoblin and Cock-a-Hoop - the last two being fine. A pleasant stop-off with decent beer. I would definitely call again.

On 1st October 2013 - no rating submitted
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13th Oct 2021, 21:27
Review submitted by Just a quick pint, then I'm off
 
8th Dec 2018, 14:52
Review submitted by Delboy 20

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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 07 July 2012 by hondo .
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