CAMRA’s pub of the year and home to Craddock’s brewery – what more reason do you need to visit The Duke William?
Customers drinking in the beer garden have a front row seat to watch Craddock’s seven house ales brewing. But if real ale isn’t your tipple, the pub also stocks 10 varieties of malt whiskies, more than 30 Belgian and continental beers, and an extensive range of premium spirits and traditional soft drinks.
Weekly and monthly events take place in the bar and in the function room upstairs. Click here to see what’s on.
With its beautiful beer garden and roaring log fire, the Plough & Harrow is a country pub in Stourbridge town centre.
Attracting customers aged 18 to 80, it serves a wide range of award-winning ciders and ales as well as the original pub grub such as cobs, pork pies and scotch eggs.
Dogs on leads and children are welcome in the beer garden.
A joint venture with Sadler’s Ales, based in Lye, The King Charles II offers real ale and food in the heart of Worcester city centre.
Open seven days a week from 11am – 11pm, the pub stocks 10 real ales, local cider and perry, and Belgian and American craft beers. A menu of traditional pies and bar snacks is served all day.
For many Stourbridge residents, Dotty the dray horse is a familiar Sunday morning sight as she transports the ales from the brewery at The Duke William to the Plough & Harrow and returns with the empties.
Dotty is owned by David’s mother and, when she’s not delivering the ale, she lives in Quatt, near the River Severn. She’s a big hit with customers and even has her own Facebook page.