Sheriff of Tamworth10 Colehill
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Small two-room bar occupying the ground floor of an imposing Grade II-listed building dating from around 1690. The bar room features a thick wooden bar supported by hogshead casks, while the larger room has rough wooden tables with tractor-seat stools, plus a number of hogshead tables. The name is a nod to a former occupant of the building, who was Sheriff of Warwickshire when Tamworth was in that county. Up to three changing ales, plus around 25 Belgian bottled beers.