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The Boot Inn, Sutton Coldfield - pub details

Address: Rectory Road, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B75 7RU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9384) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sutton Coldfield (1 mile), Four Oaks (1.4 miles), Wylde Green (1.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Re visit here last Saturday just before 2.00pm and a half doz or so in.
Disappointing ale selection with just GK IPA and Doom Bore on.
bjbrummiejohn - 15 Feb 2017 12:44
Once a 'proper' pub with a well attended bar offering the regulars a very happy atmosphere. Now it has been changed into one of the pubs I call a 'plastic pub' - no atmosphere and the regulars mostly left to go to either Anvil (following the publican) or to the hospital Social Club (now demolished to make way for a car park!). I was one who left to seek pastures new.
emkay - 1 Oct 2011 11:27
Saturday night "swill" at The Boot. Arrived around 8.30 to find the pub busy but not crowded. Served immediately by charming landlady, even tho' I'm not local. Struck lucky as they had live music from 9.30, with a local group "Jess's Band" which went down a storm playing a mix of Straits, Lizzie, Beatles, Eagles. Fought back to the bar and the locals parted like the Red Sea to let me through, where once more I was served straight away. Felt well at home, chatted to one or two locals. Nice feelgood factor. This is a spacious pub with a beer garden, comfy sofas at one side, and a pool table, TV Screen,wooden chairs and tables at the other. Smokers have a covered area at the front of the pub, and there is easy parking. I don't think it is a tied house, but the usual Beer Factory at Burton was represented, plus Abbot Ale, Black Sheep and a real gem, UBU Amber 4.5% from Purity Brewing, a micro brewery in Great Alne, Warwickshire. Had 3 of these at 2.80 which was a pleasant surprise. Now wonder it was busy. Foodwise there was non in evidence, but a sign outside said Fish &Chips 3.95, and other posts indicate food is available. The band played 'til late, before throwing out time just before midnight. The calibre of the bar staff was first class, and my drinks were drawn carefully, allowed to settle, then topped up. If only all bars were like this....Sigh.
Ravenousdrythroat - 24 Jul 2011 10:54
In here on Sunday Lunch time.
A nice large locals pub but everyone was friendly enough. Good service.
They have three handpulls Old Speckled Hen, Abbott and Black Sheep Bitter
which I tried @ 2.70 a pint which was not bad.
A number of Flat screens scatered about showing the GP.
bjbrummiejohn - 13 Jul 2011 08:30
Good boozer, good ales, good sports and live music and the foods OK.
Better than the other dives in the area like the Anvil or the Redicap Tavern. You need to be closely bred and no job to drink in these the Boot on the ptherhand is a decent boozer.
Ianh321 - 27 Oct 2008 19:47

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