• Image of Doghouse – Edition #5
  • Image of Doghouse – Edition #5
  • Image of Doghouse – Edition #5

Edition #5 of Doghouse is our Birmingham edition... which, to slightly confuse matters, actually starts in the Welsh/English border town of Rhayader: home to the Lion Royal Hotel, and the Elan Valley reservoirs, which supply Birmingham its water.

Following the 73-mile pipeline the best we can, stopping at a number of pubs along the way, we eventually start our city crawl in Harborne; later taking in Moseley, Hockley, Nechells, Digbeth and the city centre.

We also welcome this edition's regular, Tony, who remembers leaving school, the day a sheet glass got stuck in the back of a chap's neck, and a good joke about a seaman.


​1. Bell Inn, Harborne
2. British Oak, Stirchley
3. Prince of Wales, Moseley
4. Old Joint Stock, centre
5. Wellington, centre
6. Old Contemptibles, centre
7. Bartons Arms, Aston
8. Bull Ring Tavern, Digbeth
9. White Swan, Digbeth
10. The Anchor, Digbeth
11. Fountain, Digbeth
12. Craven Arms, Gough Street
13. Rose Villa Tavern, Hockley
14. Jewellers Arms, Hockley
15. Black Eagle, Hockley
16. Villa Tavern, Nechells


84 pages
210 x 274mm
Printed in the UK on 115gsm


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