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The Rosehill Tavern, Wednesbury - pub details

Address: Church Hill, Wednesbury, West Midlands, WS10 9DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40031) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bescot Stadium (1.3 miles), Tame Bridge Parkway (1.9 miles), Walsall (2.5 miles)

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user reviews of the Rosehill Tavern, Wednesbury

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With the nearby Olde Leathern Bottel no longer opening early in the afternoon, I walked slightly uphill to the recently re-opened Rosehill Tavern. New owners are trying to drum up trade having spruced the place up and planning various community events. There are a couple of handpulls. But unfortunately, they are not dispensing real ale for now. The keg selection was Carling, Guinness, Stowford Press, Coors Light & Worthington's Creamflow. A little disappointing. But, I wish them well.
blue_scrumpy - 25 Aug 2019 19:34
Only popped in for a quick drink and had decent pint of deuchars IPA. A fair sized pub with friendly staff. Several tv's so if u fancy watching a bit of sport its got the facilities.
yamyampublover - 3 Jun 2012 20:58
A friendly local boozer in the residential back-streets of Wednesbury, which seemed to swing quite markedly between quiet, almost twee middle classness in parts to roughly-hewn, somewhat deprived working class character in others. This pub would appear to straddle the two, and was all the better for it as it was a respectable friendly place without being too drab or gritless.
We received a hearty welcome at the bar, and ordered liberally from the range of about 5 cask ales on - our visit had been decreed by the '11 GBG which suggested this was worth the trouble - and by and large, it was. The Theakston and Banks's Milds were found to be good, as were the others sampled, which included Palmers Copper Ale; surely a rarity in these parts but it had travelled okay.
TVs were in full swing as it was Sunday afternoon, so we decamped to the commodious and well-kept garden area at the rear, which did the job well although being at the fag end of Summer it was debatable as to whether it was warm enough.

I don't imagine that I'll ever come back here, not because I didn't enjoy the pub, but because I can't see me ever landing for a night in Wednesbury again! All the same, if ever I were, I would probably look the Rosehill up if I fancied a pint or two of decent beer.
TWG - 27 Sep 2010 17:35

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