Some history of the Star Inn on Well Street and Bridge Street West at Hockley in Birmingham in Warwickshire

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The Star Inn was opened as a beer house and located on north side of Bridge Street West, on the corner of Well Street. Indeed, the address of the tavern has been featured in both streets. Historically, the house was known as the Star Tavern on Well Street, though after some enlargement became the Star Inn and generally listed at No.306 Bridge Street West.

By the Edwardian period the Star Inn was operated by Holt Brewery Company.

Birmingham : The Star Inn on the corner of Well Street and Bridge Street West in Hockley [c.1927]

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Holt Brewery Company : Brewers of High-Class Mild and Pale Ales

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Licensees of the Star Inn

1932 - William Wells
Note : this is not a complete list of licensees for this pub.

Holt Brewery Company

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Brummagem Boozers

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