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Black Boy

Address: 50 Wyre Hill, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2UE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13951) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Kidderminster (3.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.8/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Friendly barman, snug pub with a sizable beer garden. I indulged in Ludlow Gold, a refreshing smooth pint.
As Bluescrumpy has pointed out this Black Boy is not the one featured in the picture, that one was previously called the Bewdley Hotel, the barman was polite & efficient in a comfortable pub with a smoking area at the front, I had pints of HPA & Butty Bach both nice pints.
alehippy - 13 Sep 2018 13:17
Bewdley has two pubs called the Black Boy. I will primarily review the one on Wyre Hill. Wyre Hill is a residential street away from the main road. I wasn't expecting the pub to be open on Sunday lunchtime. But it was and it was doing a roaring trade. It's a great example of a locals' pub with conversation, decent beer and bar snacks. There are 2 rooms - one at the front, with a corridor leading to a smaller bar at the rear. Listening to the conversation, I got the feeling that this has recently changed hands and things have very much changed for the better. Everybody was really complimentary about the pub reverting to a more traditional atmosphere. The barmaid (possibly owner, I don't know) was really friendly. Bewdley Worcestershire Way, Hobson's Champion Mild, Ludlow Gold & Wye Valley Butty Bach were the ales. We went for a couple of cobs. They had ham and tomato, bacon, black pudding and tomato and cheese and onion. All had generous levels of filling. They also had Scotch Eggs, sausage rolls and pork pie. The oldest and nicest pub in Bewdley. Others had better ale ranges. But I really enjoyed my visit here. 7/10. As the other Black Boy on Kidderminster Road near the river is not listed on here (although the picture above is that one), I will briefly mention it here. It re-opened last month. But it felt a bit too new for my liking. There is a large main bar and a small snug in the corner. We sat next to the open fire in the bar. Ales are Wye Valley HPA & Butty Bach, St Austell Tribute & Bewdley Worcestershire Way. 5/10 for this one.
blue_scrumpy - 12 Feb 2018 20:55
first visit and wont be the last, nice ambience and decent beer.
redredboy - 29 Jul 2013 19:30
Best pint of Abbot that I have ever had. Anywhere.
Mappiman - 14 Nov 2011 21:01
I would not stay here again as a hotel, no hot water dusty rooms etc, however bar was fine nice atmosphere well kept beers. The meals here were excellent and very good value for money, staff not that bothered about complaints.....
jon8334 - 1 Nov 2010 19:38

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