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(This page was updated on 7th. March, 2004)
Walsall Ale Trail switches its allegiance this year to once again
promote Mild in May. As in previous years 12 pubs have been selected
from all over the Walsall Branch area, including our part of
Staffordshire, with a view to helping you to find a mouth watering
selection of the different Milds available around the area. Some of
these will be regularly sold in the pub listed while others will be
making special appearances as guest beers for the month.
Mild Trail leaflets will be available from these pubs from the end of April, and as before you will need to collect a sticker from each pub when you buy a pint of Mild during May and send in the completed form to the editor to win one of 30 specially designed tee shirts. A copy of the 2005 CAMRA Good Beer Guide (when available in October) will also be awarded to the lucky Mild drinker whose name is first drawn out of the hat.
|The 12 pubs
Bell & Bottle - Mount Street, Hednesford
Duke of Cambridge - Coltham Road, Short Heath
Falcon - Gomer Street West, Willenhall
Fallings Heath Tavern - Walsall Road, Darlaston
Lamp Tavern - High Street, Bloxwich
Lazy Hill - Walsall Wood Road, Aldridge (note - closed weekday lunchtimes)
Manor Arms - Park Road, Rushall
Queens Arms - Hill Street, Hednesford
Stag - Field Road, Bloxwich
Turf Tavern - Wolverhampton Road, Bloxwich
Victoria - Lower Rushall Street, Walsall
Walsall Arms - Bank Street, Walsall
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