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The Cross Inn, Kinver - pub details

Address: Church Hill Close, Kinver, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY7 6HZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29600) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Blakedown (3.7 miles), Stourbridge Town (3.9 miles), Hagley (4 miles)

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Black Country Ales Pub - those that know them, will know exactly what they are going to get..... their usual real ales (Fireside, Pig, Hole in the Wall) and a chalk notice board of one-offs that can come from anywhere in the country. Its probably about 50-50 on whether I have heard of the brewery or not.

Traditional pubs - done well - and a winning formula. They go from strength to strength. Just heard they have resurrected the Seven Stars at Stourbridge Junction, which is a lovely pub.

Good Beer Guide 2019
Mappiman - 19 Jun 2019 09:57
The Cross is still the best pub in the village. Early Sunday evening was Rock 'n' Roll bingo night. I was there to watch the football, which was on a couple of TVs with no sound. The pub soon got packed by the time the bingo started. Ales were Black Country Bradley's Finest Golden, Fireside, Pig On the Wall & Plum Pig, Salopian Oracle, Downton Elderquad & Ascot 5/4 Favourite. There are now 3 ciders. They were Lilley's Wild Dog & Crazy Goat & Gwynt y Ddraig Dog Dancer. Snacks are pretty good value, especially the pork sandwich served on very thick bread for £2.50. The barmaid was friendly. Still recommended.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Dec 2018 18:36
When I used to live in the village many years ago, the Cross was one of the worst pubs of the 9 you could quite happily crawl between (from the Elm Tree to the Vine). If I'd have known that 20 years later that there would only be 4 pubs remaining, I would have probably put money on the Cross being one of those which would have been lost. But it still stands and under the stewardship of Black Country Ales has become the standout pub in the village. Only the Constitutional Club can match it for ale range and quality. Beers on were Fun Fair Brandy Snap, Hop Studio XP, Sadlers Worcestrer Sorcerer, Plain Ales In the Sun & Black Country BFG & Fireside. Ciders were Thatchers Cheddar Valley & Sandford Orchards Fanny Bramble. It's only a small pub with an L-shaped bar. A singer was performing on my Saturday night visit.
blue_scrumpy - 3 Jun 2013 21:04
Excellent selection of local beers with a very friendly welcome. Pie and pint special highly recommended!
SteveW123 - 20 Oct 2011 15:36
The Cross has recently been refurbished and is a very pleasant pub to visit. Bar snacks available which is complemented by the fine selection of black country real ales. Well worth a visit.
summerinthepark - 28 Jul 2010 22:11

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