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VINE, Delph Road, Brierley Hill WHAT?: A classic, unspoiled brewery tap with an ornately decorated facade proclaiming the Shakespearian quotation: "Blessing of your heart, you brew good ale".

You enter an elongated pub with a labyrinthine feel and the rooms have contrasting characters.

The front bar is small and staunchly traditional while the larger rear bar, with its own servery and leather seating, houses a dartboard at the far end.

On the other side of the central passageway is a homely lounge partly converted from former brewery offices.

Good value Black Country lunches are served on weekdays.

A car park is across the road.

was WHEN?: Noon to 11pm (or to 10.30pm Sundays) ON TAP?: Bathams Mild Ale, Best Bitter CONTACT: 01384 78293
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Sep 22, 2013
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