Bottle and Glass Inn
A warm welcome awaits you at the Bottle and Glass with traditional food and drinks, including Black Country Real Ale.
The Inn originally stood on Brierley Hill Road, Brockmore, backing onto the canal at the Stourbridge Flight of 16 locks. It was probably built shortly after the canal was cut. A map of 1822 shows the Bush public house but by the 1840s it was known as the Bottle and Glass.
The pub was built with two large rooms fronting the street. The back room was a later addition and the join between the two phases of construction can clearly be seen. The front of the pub was altered in the 1870s, and the wooden seating and partitions date from these alterations.
We endeavour to have interesting spirits, all with an interesting stories, that we love to tell. Alicia has the whiskey knowledge, and our landlady Jen is all clued up about gins. If you’re not sure what to choose, please ask and we’ll help out. We have around 20 whiskeys and 30 gin. Check out our spirits guide... Cheers!
To help you make the most of your visit you can download an exhibit information sheet. These are especially useful for customers who may have hearing impediments.
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