The Great Western, Wolverhampton - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28206) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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|christ! what a find. easier to find than you might imagine, on entering you are met with a warm welcome and a pub brimming with character. It would be worth a look even if the beer was catpiss,which it most certainly was NOT! in fact it was fabulous, and got the Marzipan Haters wolverhampton jolly-up off to a perfect start. |
darkman1828 - 4 May 2013 14:14
|This is one of the best pubs around (certainly in the Wolverhampton area). You can get to it via the stairs/path under the station or via the road through the car park. It is a Holden's Brewrey pub but is virtaully a Free House which had on handpump - 4 Holden's beers; Batham's Best Bitter; Kelham Island Pale Rider and Sarah Hughes Ruby Mild - brilliant selection !! Add to this the friendly bar staff; the hot pork and stuffing rolls and the tons of railwayana bric-a-brac then you can easily see why the pub is so popular. A good mix of customers and age groups. I have heard that it gets packed when Wolves are at home but I have never personally never had any hassle. There is a conservatory at the back (with its own bar) and I'm pretty sure they have a car park. This is a "must visit" pub. Highly recommended.|
mcroyal - 8 Jan 2013 10:57
|I've wanted to visit this pub for years and finally had the opportunity on Boxing Day. Not too easy to find now - I remember seeing it when calling at the old Low Level station in the early sixties, but now practically surrounded by dereliction. But how good that it has survived. Plenty of relevant railwayana, a good buzzing atmosphere at midday, the kitchen was shut but the selection of ales was excellent and those we tried were in top condition. The bar staff were keen, knowledgeable and hardworking. We particularly enjoyed the Holdens mild and bitter, will try the special next time (not the best strength to start on). It won't be long before we are back.|
Stamfordian - 28 Dec 2012 13:52
|An excellent pub, bristling with heritage and quality beers. one of the few proper pubs in the area and much better than the Wetherspoons pap.|
Food is what you'd expect, honest no-frills pub-grub.
Don't go on match days unless you like having to wait ages and not have much space to move about.
A nice pub to go to in the early evening for a nice relaxing pint of Holdens or Bathams, plus guest ales.
A 10/10 for being a true, proper pub.
martwolves - 23 Nov 2012 15:37
|An absolultely brilliant no frill's pub. The Holdens special was top draw yesterday. It was doing a healthy trade yesterday but wasn't to packed because Wolves were away.|
Ispy - 18 Nov 2012 13:54
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