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Submitted on Sunday, 2nd August 2015
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The British Oak, Walsall

14 John Street
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Soup Dragon left this review about The British Oak

large 19th century building, with brick and half rendered exterior. The inside has three rooms, a dart room, where i have played, a lounge and a long bar area, where a large music system is set up. The place was clean and the guy behind the bar friendly. The only other people at my last visit were two 60 year old chaps that could match anyone with their use of the F word. It is a bit of a spit 'n' sawdust place, more or less next to the Tap and Spile pub.

Beer wise; well usual taps with Banks's MILD smooth - there was a handpump or two, but nothing on them.

With the Tap and Spile for real beer and the Crown over the road for a Cask Banks's MILD, this place wouldn't really be used by myself.

On 7th September 2009 - no rating submitted
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2nd Aug 2015, 18:02
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2nd Aug 2015, 15:58
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  • Real Ale : No last updated 09 May 2014 by Dave McNally
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