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The Cat Inn, Enville - pub details

Address: Bridgnorth Rd, Enville, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY7 5HA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14344) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Frequent winner of the Dudley and South Staffs Camra pub of the year. Deservedly so.

Lovely are for walking - with the sheepwalks and Enville Hall nearby.

The pub building is part C16th and can trace its pubby origins to 1718. Its several buildings knocked together and tardis like inside, with multiple rooms leading onto to each other. Demands exploration.

Beer wise, there are 7 real ales marked up on the chalkboard - all midlands based but it is linked to the local Enville Ale Brewery - so I didn't get past the £3.20 Enville Ale.

Wonderful.

Walk and visit blogged at http://bit.ly/2Mepmeq
Mappiman - 15 Aug 2018 10:31
I met the landlord and the local Enville brewers on a visit to the Great British Beer Festival last week and I had promised I would visit yesterday. So I did indeed venture here after a much awaited first visit to the nearby Cider House at Wootton. The Cat was busy at 12:30 on a Sunday with people sitting down for Sunday lunches. There are 3 rooms. We retreated to a rear dining room. Ales were Enville Ale, Ginger & Simpkiss Bitter. Guests were Stourton APA, Hobson's Town Crier, Millstone Tiger Rut & Ma Pardoe's Original. Ciders were Farmer Jim's Farmyard Fruits & Lyme Bay Jack Ratt. Still worthy of a stop if in the area.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Aug 2018 20:08
Excellent beer here so understandably has won several awards from the local CAMRA branch. I tried the Enville Ale for £2.80, the Enville Blizzard for £3.40 and the Enville Old Porter. Also on sale were Enville Ginger, Timothy Taylor Boltmaker, Three Tuns XXX and Worcester Sorcerer. Cider was from Hairy Ferret. Nothing under 4.1% so be careful! Food is keenly priced but, overall, average in quality (nice soup though) - the vegetarian Sunday lunch is a joke however, being a traditional Sunday roast with the meat taken off it i.e. a plate of vegetables for the same price as a roast beef meal. Good service throughout our visit.
paul_d102 - 8 Mar 2015 18:56
Haven't been here for several years. So I made a return visit on Saturday. The pub is a nice, roadside pub in a small village. It was reasonably busy with a mixture of drinkers and diners. There are a number of rooms to choose from to sit. Enville ales on were Ginger, Gothic Ale & Simpkiss Bitter. Guests were St George Dream Weaver, Salopian Firkin Freezin' & Exmoor Gold. The cider was Gwynt y Ddraig Black Dragon.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Dec 2014 21:52
Nice looking,old fashioned pub which is owned by Enville Ales with 4 of their beers on and 2 guests when we visited.All sampled were excellent and from what we saw of the food it was reasonably priced with good portions.
Understandably it's won a few awards from the local CAMRA and the new licencees seem to be doing a top job.
bromsgrovebeerboy - 14 Aug 2013 19:30

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