Thursday, 6 September 2012

Leaving Wolverhampton

On my last night in Wolverhampton I went to a couple of pubs near Banks's Brewery.

The Clarendon Hotel is Banks's brewery tap. The Victorian exterior is a bit misleading as inside it's been heavily modernised and seems more food-orientated. As you'd expect, they've got all Banks's beers on draught although the pint of mild I had was served at just above freezing point so it was hard to pick up more than a fraction of the taste.

The nearby Combermere Arms is a terraced house with a unchanged multiroom layout. It serves Banks's Bitter and must be the only pub where the outside gents has a tree growing through the roof.

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