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Sadler's Peaky Blinder, Stourbridge

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Conyers Trading Estate, Station Drive
Lye
Postal town: Stourbridge
DY9 8ER
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Sadler's Brewhouse & Bar

Tap house at first-floor level above and beside different parts of the brewery. Quite a large seating area can be found once one has navigated the staircase, with the bar area (featuring a substantial counter) off to the left. Functional furniture and limited decoration in both parts. Good selection of half-a-dozen real ales - including the reliable Sorcerer (£3.80) - plus up to six craft beers on the keg taps. Very handy for the station, but not open on Mondays or Tuesdays.

On 17th November 2019 - rating: 7
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Aqualung . left this review about Sadler's Brewhouse & Bar

As noted below this is a purpose built first floor brewery bar. It's a fairly large area with solid wooden furnishings. There was a good crowd in on my Saturday afternoon visit which seemed to be made up of mostly younger folk.
The bar has two sets of four hand pumps which had a range of Sadler's ales though there may have been the odd duplicate. I went for the Mud City Stout which was in good nick but at £4.40 was very expensive. This price may not raise an eyebrow in the South but in the Black Country they are still coming to terms with the £3.00 pint.
Overall this place is a bit trendy and too expensive so I doubt that I would return despite the proximity of the station.

On 3rd May 2019 - rating: 6
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Pub SignMan left this review about Sadler's Brewhouse & Bar

Opened in 2015, this first floor bar is part of a large brewhouse complex for the Sadler's Brewery who moved here from their previous premises next to the Windsor Castle pub. The bar is handily located in a small industrial estate right outside Lye station, making it nice and easy to time your departure to make your train home. A staircase leads you up to an unusually shaped room, best described as two squares that overlap in one corner. The right hand square was set up for live music when I arrived on a Saturday evening, with the band taking to the stage along the end wall under a large brewery logo just as I entered the room. The place was obviously not laid out as it normally would be, with most of the bench seating moved over to the perimeter of the room or else removed altogether, and there was a very large crowd in that made it particularly tricky to get a feel for what it might normally look like. The walls are lined with hops and there is a a high corrugated iron ceiling throughout, criss-crossed by metal beams. The left side square is dominated by the servery which runs along the front wall with a simple bar counter and white tile bar back. A few high tables and stools are arranged opposite and the walls here have been covered with stencilled brewery artwork and a fair bit of Guinness memorabilia, whilst a number of crates have been nailed to the walls in places as well. A selection of pork pies and some very tempting looking pork crunch was notable at the end of the bar and the pub has a burger and hot dog based menu which is available until 20:00.
A very friendly barmaid greeted me on arrival and apologised for the diminished range available, although to my mind there was still plenty of choice, with cask options comprising Sadler's Mud City Stout, Helihopper, Peaky Blinder, Mellow Yellow, Worcester Sorcerer and Hop Bomb. Six real ciders were also listed along with a strong keg selection and 100 craft bottles. I only had time for a quick half, so tried the Stout, which was a wonderful drop.
This was a very lively visit thanks to the huge crowd the band had pulled in - whether this is representative of a normal Saturday night, I couldn't be sure. As somewhere to enjoy some well kept Sadler's beers, this place certainly scores highly, although the modern, industrial feel the place has may be off-putting to the traditionalist. I enjoyed this slightly manic visit and would look to build in time to visit again the next time I'm passing through Lye.

On 9th April 2017 - rating: 8
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Map location corrected by Delboy 20
Lye (West Midlands), 0.04 miles, 0 min walk (show)
Stourbridge Junction, 1.42 miles, 27 min walk (show)
Stourbridge Junction, 1.42 miles, 27 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for Sadler's Peaky Blinder, Lye
3rd Jun 2021, 11:52
Request to mark pub as open by ROB Camra approved
 
3rd Jun 2021, 11:52
Request to mark pub as open submitted by ROB Camra, with included notes: Reopened as Peaky Blinder

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