Doghouse i — December 2012/March 2013, #3


Doghouse is a glossy quarterly print magazine about traditional pubs and the culture within: a love letter to bar stools, leatherette benches and fixed settles of the United Kingdom. Each issue focusses on a different town within the UK and its immediate 10/20-mile radius – discovering and celebrating history, heritage, architecture, the stories told at the bar, the mystery of the cellars below, and the ghosts that rattle around upstairs.

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“Doghouse – the British pub magazine”

GBP 4.99 — Released 12 December 2012

Issue #3 of Doghouse starts with a round of bitter and mild in Stourbridge before careering around a 10-mile radius of surrounding pubs.​ We match-make cheese with beer, remember Wolverhampton Wanderers beating Arsenal 5.1 in the snow, and find the pub Mad King Ludwig II of Bavaria would loved to have called his local. We also welcome regular, Douglas, who tells of ladies hairdressing, throwing grenades, and a relative who frequently carried a cart horse.


​1. Britannia, Upper Gornal 2. Old Swan, Netherton 3. Waggon & Horses, Halesowen 4. Waggon & Horses, Oldbury 5. Shakespeare, Dudley 6. Beacon Hotel, Sedgley 7. Royal Exchange, Stourbridge 8. King & Castle, Kidderminster 9. Black Boy, Bewdley 10. Railwaymans Arms, Bridgnorth 11. Unicorn Inn, Hampton Loade 12. Harbour Inn, Arley 13. Great Western, Wolverhampton 14. Crooked House, Himley 15. Bottle & Glass, Dudley

84 pages 210 x 274mm Perfect-bound Printed in the UK on 115gsm Maine Silk

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