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The Tap and Spile, Wolverhampton - pub details

Tap and Spile

Address: 35 Princess Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV1 1HD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1681) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wolverhampton (0.1 miles), Coseley (3.5 miles), Bilbrook (3.7 miles)

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I wasn't expecting much from the Duke of York. But as Wobbly Bob says, I got a warm welcome. There were 4 ales on - Duke of York House Bitter, Salopian Lemon Dream, Enville Ale & Marston's 61 Deep. Much to my surprise, they also had Weston's Old Rosie. So what better way to start a crawl of Wolverhampton pubs at 10am in the morning with a 7.3% cider! The pub itself, like many around had opened at 8am, as Wolves were playing at home. Away fans are not allowed. So I pretended not to be one! Nice, traditional interior. Sky Sports was on the TVs. There were already a few in at 10am. Moved on from here to the nearby McGhee's, where there was one other customer, but no real ale. So I won't bother requesting it to be added to the site.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Aug 2018 18:45
Pleased to report this pub has now reopened as the Duke of York. Simple solid wood furnishings and boarded floor; outside drinking area at the back is a great sun-trap. Friendly welcome and well-kept real ales. A choice of five on my visit and both the house beer (do not know who brews it) and the Salopian Lemon Zest were on fine form. Friendly welcome and well worth a visit. 8/10.
wobblybob - 30 May 2017 21:09
Currently closed and is being renovated so fingers crossed that it improves
fagntea - 29 May 2015 10:19
What's supposed to be a quality ale pub is poor. I had only had half of my bitter before forcibly spewing it back up. The beer was so off it stank. Needless to say we abandoned and went elsewhere. Horrid clientele as well.
martwolves - 23 Nov 2012 16:55
A group of us visited this pub based on its rating in BITE. What a mistake. Apart from the fact that it is badly in need of redecorating (preferably with napalm) one of our party had a pint of Banks' Mild which he struggled to drink and I had a pint of something that might have been drinkable when it left the brewery. As far as we are concerned it is only worth visiting if there is nowhere else to shelter from the rain.
Screecher - 14 Oct 2011 06:08

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