Dog Friendly Venues
These are the branch dog friendly pubs as identified from WhatPub. If there are any errors or omissions please use WhatPub to correct the data.
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Birmingham Branch Real Ale Pubs and Clubs that are Dog Friendly
- 1000 Trades
ku.gro.sedart0001@ofni(0121) 233 6291
16 Frederick Street
Bare boards and brickwork bar with two distinct areas. The front and bar area offers a small number of tables around an open fire, while the raised rear section has booth style seating for eating and drinking. Up to four cask beers are served, generally from small local and regional breweries along with four keg lines for craft beers. The food is upmarket and from guest chefs and pop-ups. Recent offerings have included POSH hot sandwiches from local chef Dan Lee who was champion of Masterchef: The Professionals in 2021, Pan Asian street food, and Caribbean fusion. Sunday lunches are popular and booking is advised. The upstairs room hosts a variety of events including open mic, theatre and themed music nights. It is available to hire for functions. The pin badge wall downstairs honours this 19th century building's history. Card payment only.
moc.htebgidrohcnaeht@nailuj(0121) 622 4516
308 Bradford Street
A Grade II listed building, on CAMRA's national historic inventory. The multi-room pub serves up to four hand-pulled ales and one key-keg ale at any one time. Supports local breweries. Can get very busy when Birmingham City are playing at home. Dog-friendly with free treats. Halves marked up above pro-rata. Card-carrying CAMRA members receive 25p off a pint of cask.
- Aston Tavern
ku.oc.nrevatnotsa@ofni(0121) 328 0095
Aston Hall Road
Large Victorian styled pub, fully restored with various sofas, antique clocks and paintings on the wall. Victorian themed teas are served. Only open weekdays and when Aston Villa are playing at home. Door may be locked, in which case ring bell for entry. The pub dog doesn't like men. Not a pub on matchdays as entrance is £3 for adults, no charge for minors.
- Attic Brew Co
29B Mary Vale Road
Attic was founded in 2018 with the brewery & taproom expanding rapidly since. A large industrial unit with basic bar installed alongside the brewery, nevertheless a welcoming environment. Numerous keg taps serve Attic beers of many styles along with occasional guests. Have now installed a handpull serving their Intuition beer on cask. Card payment only. Street food vendor changes weekly (usually only available Friday and Saturday).
- Bear & Staff
(0121) 471 4207
861 Bristol Road
Large roadhouse pub on the edge of the student area: Selly Oak. The pub is traditional and comfortable and the locals friendly. Beers are from the Marston's range and typical pub grub including roast dinners & puddings on offer.
- Birmingham Brewing Company Taproom
(0121) 724 0399
Unit 15 Stirchley Trading Estate, Hazelwell Road
Craft beer brewery and tap on Stirchley Trading Estate. The tap is open Thursday to Sunday, serving up to four cask beers and four kegs, including one low/no option. Also serves locally made ciders, as well as wines, spirits and soft drinks. Food is available at weekends from a changing lineup of street food vendors. A large outdoor seating area is available during summer months.
- British Oak
moc.liamg@kaohsitirbsgnikoob(0121) 758 5855
1364 Pershore Road
This fine example of a roadside 1920s-style alehouse has a fine interior and features in CAMRA's National Inventory of Pub Interiors. The front bar can be very boisterous at times with large screen for sports whilst the rear rooms are more peaceful. Notice the fine wood panelling and superb fireplace in the rear bar. There is a large smoking area and a garden for alfresco eating in the summer months. Food comes from permanent kitchn residents Original Patty Men. So expect burgers and fries. Guest beers come from a seasonal portfolio.
ku.oc.mahgnimribllubeht@ofnI(0121) 333 6757
1 Price Street
A quirky country style pub in the centre of Birmingham, near Aston University. This friendly staffed popular backstreet local is one of the oldest pubs in Birmingham and has a snug, comfortable and homely feel. Two distinct drinking areas surround a U-shaped bar with smaller back room for more privacy. A collection of 300 jugs adorns the ceiling, along with a number of old pictures and memorabilia. Small garden area at rear. Traditional, hearty pub food served. Guest beers change regularly. Eleven en-suite letting bedrooms are available.
- Bull's Head
(0121) 486 2810
77 The Green
Large Marston's pub on the edge of the village green. The pub is a listed building, with a large function room with separate bar. Car parking is free for customers. Live sports shown, see website for details.
ku.oc.pateromloc@ofni(0121) 238 1041
116 Colmore Row
Thornbridge Brewery & Pivovar converted & refurbished the former Lloyds Bank on Colmore Row as a bar in 2019. The Colmore incorporates a combination of Thornbridge beers on handpump, on draught & in bottle, with additional craft beers from Pivovar. The pub is welcoming to all, family friendly and serves bar snacks and pizza (including gluten-free & vegan options) made with Green Mountain IPA to complement the range of Craft Beers, wines and spirits including no less than twenty gins. There is a pool table downstairs. Beer list available on Untappd.
ku.oc.gnikeneerg@1871(0121) 742 3256
77 Cranes Park Road
A very large Hungry Horse family dinning pub.
- Craven Arms
moc.oohay@smranevarceht(0121) 643 2852
Upper Gough Street
This early 19th-century former Holder's outlet, restored and refurbished in 2022 by Black Country Ales, sports an attractive blue-tiled exterior and a cosy one room interior. Handpulls take prominence on the bar and, in addition to three permanent Black Country beers, six changing guest casks come from breweries across Birmingham and the West Midlands. Three changing craft keg lines. Cider available. Cobs, pork pies and sausage rolls are available at most times and a real fire may await when cold.
- Fighting Cocks
ku.oc.yelesomskcocgnithgifeht@yriuqne(0121) 449 0811
1 Saint Mary's Row
A trend setting suburb pub contains many of the original 1800 period features set against a contemporary design. A warm vibrate atmosphere to try the range of real ales. Has a large beer garden at the rear. Flights of three thirds available but may cost a fair bit more than a pint.
ku.oc.reppalfeht@ofni(0121) 236 2421
Reopened on 21/07/21, after planning appeal by developer owners failed.
Popular venue for music lovers and those attending shows at the NIA. The spacious bar has 2 rotating guest ales and a permanent house ale (Robinsons' Trooper). With one of the largest beer gardens in Birmingham and a balcony overlooking the longboats in Cambrian Wharf, any season is a good season to sit outside and admire the serenity surrounding The Flapper's hidden-away location.
ku.oc.efacnedragnehctik@srehctelf(0121) 443 4725
7A York Road
A bar, rather than pub, linked to Kitchen Garden. Single room with wooden floorboards & a part covered outside smoking area. Can be very busy during live events, be it cult favourites, tribute acts or comedians.
- Glasshouse Tap
Unit 6B - Waterside Business Park
Brewery and tap for Glasshouse Brewery. Situated in an industrial estate alongside the canal, access is either from Pershore Road (and snake your way through the industrial estate) or from the path alongside the canal. Street food is usually available from changing vendors. Cask beer now available permanently alongside half a dozen of keg taps. Closed from 24 December through to the end of January.
- Golden Hind
(0121) 356 6847
2 Roomed pub with a small bar and large lounge, Pub serves 1 real ale – Greene King IPA. Bar has a dartboard.
- Good Intent
ku.tnetnidoogeht@tcatnoc(0121) 572 5788
32-33 Great Western Arcade
An up-market refurbishment in 2019 of a shop unit in the Great Western Arcade opposite Snow Hill station, the Good Intent is a "not-for-profit" pub operated by Craddocks Brewery. The management tell us "The aim of Craddock's Good Intent is to establish a bar in the heart of Birmingham and to donate all of its profits to charities and good causes. It would be amongst the first of its kind in the UK and we're excited by the prospect of being able to raise a glass and help good causes at the same time!" The pub has a ground floor bar with 6 hand pumps serving rotating Craddocks Ales and Guest Ales from the Midlands Area alongside Keg products, Wines, Spirits and Continental/Craft Beers. From there part of the upstairs cellar can be seen (they also have a cellar downstairs) Additional seating is available upstairs, and there is a function room available for hire. Do not be alarmed by the frequent rumbling and slight vibration from below, it is only the trains going through Snow Hill Tunnel below the pub!
- Goose at the OVT
ku.oc.sbupetagenots@kaOylleS.esooG(0121) 472 3186
561 Bristol Road
A popular pub with locals and students alike. It has an interesting exterior showing its frontage as the old Bournbrook Hotel and there is some nice tiles inside. The bar occupies a large area to the right as you enter and there is plenty of seating to the left. The Goose retains a sense of being a community pub and also a popular loud and bust student haunt. The OVT means 'Old Varsity Tavern'. Ale CLUB EVERY TUESDAY 2.25 a pint.
- Gosta Green
firstname.lastname@example.org(0121) 359 0044
Right next to Aston University and often frequented by students, meaning the prices are good and it is a pub that does simply pub fayre with vegetarion & vegan options available. For a wonderful red bricked exterior the interior is one that is dark and bare. The beer range can vary with many from the Marstons brand yet sometimes after busy nights there may be no ale available. Craft ale available from breweries like Siren Craft & Tiny Rebel.
- Great Stone
(0121) 478 1254
158 Church Street
The Great Stone is in a quiet residential area of Northfield, right opposite the parish church. You could be convinced you were in a village! As it has been here for hundreds of years, it is a traditional pub with a fantastic beer garden. The pub is of an intimate size and there is good pub grub on offer. Quiz night every Tues 9pm.
- Green Man
moc.clpbm@701620nub(0121) 428 3581
2 High Street
A busy Mitchells and Butlers community pub furnished like other Ember Inns, offering reasonably priced food. Beer is priced competitively from the Ember portfolio. Regular quizes held on Wednesdays and Sundays. It is considered by some to be ideally placed for the start of a pub crawl at the beginning of the High Street.
- Gunmakers Arms
moc.smrasrekamnug@ofni(0121) 236 8486
92 Bath Street
The pub is a Regency period, Grade II listed building in the historic Gun Quarter. The tap house of Two Towers Brewery, which is located at the rear, sharing a courtyard drinking area. Brewery tours available by arrangement. Range of Two Towers ales available with occasional guest ales. It is a small, pleasant, back street pub just off the City’s inner ring road and a five minute walk from Snow Hill Station. There is one large bar at the front with snug seating areas and a smaller separate room at the rear. Regular events include a Student Night on Monday with a quiz, Open Mic on Wednesday, Karaoke on Saturday and live music on a Sunday.
Food is Chinese and Mongolian, provided by a local takeaway.
- Harborne Club
ku.oc.bulcenrobraheht@yraterces(0121) 427 1638
39 Albany Road
A gem of a club if you can find it! The Harborne Club, a private members club welcomes CAMRA members by signing the attendance book. Two well kept ales are available. A snooker room is upstairs. Worth noting that the club does not open until 5.30 on the evenings. Can show major sporting events.
- Hare & Hounds
ku.oc.htaehsgniksdnuohdnaerah@ofni(0121) 444 2081
106 High Street
A Grade II listed building, which dates back to 1907, on the corner of High Street & York Street. Art Nouveau tiles on the walls of the York Road entrance and stairs. An L shaped bar greets you as you come in, with original mirrors behind the bar and parts of the bar itself. The atmosphere is relaxed and staff are very friendly. Two upstairs venue spaces are available for hire. There are regular live music nights spanning a wide range of tastes. A wall plaque commemorates UB40's first gig in 1979.
- Head of Steam
email@example.com(0121) 643 6824
Somerset House, 36 Temple Street
The Birmingham edition of the Camerons' Head of Steam chain. It features a large and spacious interior, split across three levels, decorated in a steampunk style. An island bar occupies the centre of the middle level. Plenty of seating and booths for people to enjoy a wide variety of food and drinks. Seven handpulls showcase Camerons' own beers and offerings from local and national breweries. Keg lines include international beers such as Delirium and La Chouffe. Wide range of beers from around the world in bottles and cans.
ku.oc.liamtoh@buPyrubhgiH(0121) 472 8630
Community pub named for the nearby Highbury Hall. Family friendly with food available and live sports shown. Live music on regularly.
- Hop & Scotch
moc.murbhctocspoh@ofni(0121) 679 8807
9 Institute Rd, Birmingham
One room micropub situated just off of King's Heath High Street. Emphasis is on convivial conversation & drinking, for regulars, locals & visitors alike. Cask beers usually local from the likes of Green Duck, Kinver, Malvern Hills, Hobsons & Infinity. A mixture of local & national craft beer, a cider & a German beer, on keg/keykeg, available across 8 taps. Also sells bottled and canned ales. Beers available displayed on a chalk board to the left of the bar. Various seating areas and styles available. Can get busy in the evenings with a varied age range. Food is crisps and nuts. Dog friendly and dog snacks available.
- Hop Garden
(0121) 427 7904
19 Metchley Lane
Small and cosy, just off the main High Street, the pub is serious about craft beer – even to the point of not stocking many mainstream products. It serves five real ales from small and local breweries, three craft beers and four traditional ciders. There is also an interesting selection of bottled beers. The décor is original and eclectic. And it really does grow hops in the garden, where there is heated seating for 82 people (refurbished April 2022).
- Indian Brewery Snowhill
(0121) 296 9000
Arch 16, Queensway Arches, 214 Livery Street
Taphouse for the nearby (Aston) Indian Brewery. Contemporary chic venue consisting two railway arches with plenty of bench seating. Kitchen provides Indian street food. Warning: Unreasonably large markup on halves.
- Jewellers Arms
(0121) 212 0347
23 Hockley Street
A Cosy pub, aquired by Black Country Ales in late 2017. It has 10 real ales and two ciders. Gets busy in the evenings. No separate bar as the pub is now all open plan. Food limited to cobs. Quiz night & cheese night. Electronics limited to a fruit machine. Parking available at the side of the pub. There is a function room available upstairs. Real fire at one end of the pub - lit daily in winter.
ku.oc.enrobrahnoitcnujeht@yriuqne(0121) 428 2635
212 High Street
This distinctive Victorian building from 1904 dominates the High Street. Constantly changing beer range of up to six ales and quality food is served from an open plan kitchen to a separate dining area. Secluded beer garden at the rear. Quiz nights every Monday. The pubs original tiles can be viewed in the corridor leading to the toilets. Burger deal Thursdays, Sandwich deal 12-5pm Mon-Fri.
- Lamp Tavern
(0121) 688 1220
157 Barford Street
A hidden gem of a pub, almost the last of its kind, on the edge of Digbeth. Run by the same landlord since 1993. The pub has a homely feel despite its industrial location with a small single bar. Closes early if no customers, so ring ahead if intending a later visit. Function room at the back holds about 35 people. Rugby shown if on terrestrial TV. Folk club on Friday evenings. The bar is cash only, nearest cash points are on Digbeth High Street or Hurst Street.
- Malt House
(0121) 633 4171
75 King Edward's Road
A former maltings, located in a picturesque canal-side setting next to the NIA (Utility Arena) in Brindley Place. Therefore, it can be busy when concerts and other events are on. The pub is large open plan, with bright, tasteful decor, with plenty of seating, including an upstairs area both inside and on a balcony outside. The food is typical pub grub. Alongside CAMRA discount, the pub offers discount to Blue Light personnel and the AA. Outside seating area due to be upgraded summer 2022.
- North Taproom: Snow Hill
moc.gniwerbhtron@patllihwons(0121) 227 8181
Unit 1 Snow Hill, Queensway
Opened in November 2022, this is North Brewing's first venue outside of their hometown of Leeds. Cask beers from North are available (weekends only) as well as 14 keg taps featuring their own beers and some from local breweries, such as Attic. There are two fridges filled with bottles and cans that can be purchased for consumption on site or take away. Wine, cocktails and coffee are also available.
Food is available every day from Little Bao Boy (card payment only). There is step free access with low-height tables and an accessible toilet. Outdoor seating is available (British weather permitting). Well behaved dogs always welcome.
- Old Contemptibles
(0121) 200 3310
176 Edmund Street
A Nicholsons pub very popular with office workers in central Birmingham. Handily located close to Snow Hill Station. A large, single wood-paneled room is divided into distinct drinking areas, with a cosy snug at the rear. A changing range of beers are served from seven hand pulls on the bar. The pub name derives from the British Expeditionary Force who fought in France in the First World War. Hearty food is available.
- Old Crown
moc.nworcdloeht@xela(0121) 248 1368
188 High Street
Large, multi-room, timber-clad Grade I listed building, The Old Crown is reportedly not only Birmingham's oldest pub, but also it's oldest secular building. There is a large outside area with covered seating. Food offering throughout the week includes pub classics and sometime food pop-ups. Sunday lunches served.
- Old Hare & Hounds
ku.oc.snnirebme@landersdnuohdnaerahdloeht(0121) 457 9743
426 Lickey Road
A large one roomed Ember Inn pub situated at the foot of the Lickey Hills. Near to buses from the city centre, Halesowen, Bromsgrove and Redditch. There is a discount on the price of real ales on Mondays. The pub also has open fires in the winter. Good quality food is served daily. The pub also has a beer garden and a covered smoking area. Music quiz is on Wednesday nights & a general quiz is held Sunday nights. No alcohol until 11:30 on Saturday.
- Old Joint Stock
ku.oc.srelluf@kcotstniojdlo(0121) 200 1892
4 Temple Row West
Large Fullers owned pub, formerly The Old Joint Stock Bank, it is a Victorian Grade 2 listed building. Large central island bar, with impressive bar back, surrounded by comfortable seating. Regular and seasonal Fullers, Gales & Dark Star beers, with occasional guests. The theatre hosts many performances throughout the year and also local comedians and live jazz. Good quality food is served, with a changing menu. Card payment only.
- Patrick Kavanagh
bup.yelesomvaktap@ofni(0121) 449 5176
142 Trafalgar Road
Large pub just off the high street in Moseley. There are several hand pumps serving real ale. Large screen show sports. There is a beer garden to the rear of the pub. Food can be ordered from the pizza shop across the road to be delivered to the pub, when open.
ku.oc.ecirpdnagninnurb@naicisyhp(0121) 272 5900
An upmarket pub located in the large historic former BMI building that used to house the vast Sampson Gangee Library for the History of Medicine. It has been sympathetically converted to a multi-room pub with an emphasis on good food. The main bar has high tables and chairs with easy chair seating around an open fireplace. The subsequent rooms are laid out for food with dining tables and chairs. A range of ales are available along with wines, gins and spirits. The extensive food menu changes daily.
- Pig & Tail
ku.oc.liatdnagipeht@nimda(0121) 236 6676
12-13 Albion Street
Formerly George and Dragon, closed in 1997, but reopened in 2016 after extensive refurbishment. Grade II listed. Focus on craft beer and food with regular kitchen takeovers.
ku.oc.enrobrahhguolpeht@eciffo(0121) 427 3678
21 High Street
A food-led pub in the heart of Harborne. 2-4-1 pizzas all day Monday (not Bank Holiday), 2-4-1 burgers all day Tuesday. Sunday night is Quiz Night, starting at 7:30pm. Beer can be expensive compared to other local watering holes. Card payment only.
- Post Office Vaults
ku.oc.stluaveciffotsop@netxis(0121) 643 7354
84 New Street
A subterranean pub, situated close to New Street Station and accessed by a single red door on New Street near Victoria Square or from the rear on Pinfold Street. They serve six real ales, a selection of ciders, a large selection of foreign bottled beers, and a range of cans and bottles. A destination pub for foreign beer enthusiasts. Food isn't served but customers are welcome to bring their own. Cutlery can be provided. There is free to play bar billiards.
- Prince of Wales
ku.oc.yelesomecnirpeht@enaid(0121) 449 4198
118 Alcester Road
Victorian pub that was sympathetically refurbished in April 2023. The pub is comprised of several drinking areas. The front entrance from the street opens to a main bar area with table seating, a mixture of wooden and tiled flooring, and (original?) leaded glass windows. There are two screens that show live sport. In the rear of the pub are two smaller drinking areas, both with leather seating around the length of each. All three rooms contain real fires for keeping warm in the winter.
The rear passageway is decorated using traditional tiling and leads to an extensive beer garden, popular in the summer months and at weekends. There is further covered seating in an outdoor cocktail bar.
Five handpumps serve real ale, with Timothy Taylor's Landlord, Oakham Bishops Farewell and Wye Valley Butty Bach as regular beers.
- Prince of Wales
84 Cambridge Street
A well-loved pub that continues to thrive after a sympathetic refurbishment by Black Country Ales in 2022. This single room pub is a welcome oasis for the community, close to Centenary Square, the ICC , NIA and the Rep Theatre. Expect the usual BCA beers plus up to seven guests. Freshly-made cobs and pasties are on offer. Quiz night is fortnightly on Tuesday. An interesting display of old views of Birmingham adorn the walls.
- Pure Craft Bar & Kitchen
moc.srabtfarcerup@ofni(0121) 237 5666
30 Waterloo Street
Purity Brewery's first outlet, set in a traditional building with an industrial interior in the centre of the Business District. The open and welcoming bar features Purity beers on cask and 14 keg lines, including some guests from smaller breweries. Basic seating in the main bar area and two smaller rooms downstairs. The latter two are available to book for functions. There is an emphasis on gourmet food and tables are available to book online. Can get busy with office crowd after work.
- Queens Arms
ku.oc.mahgnimribsmrasneeuq@olleh(0121) 236 3710
150 Newhall Street
Classic grade II Victorian corner pub with outside tiled signage. Refurbished in late 2022, the interior is open plan with a central bar that retains it heritage.
Comfortable seating is found at either end and there is a sheltered smoking area at the rear. There is a large pool table available.
Food is plant-based Indian-fusion from street food vendor Notty Bites - expect beer-battered bhajis, samosa chaat and chili paneer. No food Sunday. Live music at weekends. All cask ales £3 on Tuesdays.
- Queens Head
28 Steelhouse Lane
Reopened as the Queens Head in 2022 (both in tribute to its former name and in honour of the Platinum Jubilee). Extensive work has been undertaken inside and out to give the pub the Davenport's feel. Cask ale not always available. Pump clips not turned around when beers unavailable.
Food is served all day, with breakfast available from 9am on weekdays. An extensive menu has a good range of vegetarian options as well as pub classics. Afternoon Tea is availably by booking only.
1891 Pershore Road
Micropub in a converted shop, over two floors. Conveniently located for Kings Norton railway station. Serving two cask hand pulls and up to 10 keg taps. Beers are often from local breweries such as Fownes Halton Turner and Leviathan. They also serve up to four ciders or perries from Hogans and Oliver's.
Comfier seating is available on the ground floor, while upstairs are chairs and barrels. Toilet is located upstairs. Dogs welcome and encouraged. Third and half pints available. Card payment only. Drinkers can bring outside food.
(0121) 233 3666
16 Church Street
Busy city centre Fullers bar, situated close to St Philip's cathedral, recently (2021) reverting to more of a pub feel. Usually stocking three real ales. Craft beer also on tap, in Bottle & cans. Largely open plan with various alcoves. Private parties for up to 150 catered for.
moc.htebgidniureht@ofni(0121) 643 5811
92 Floodgate Street
The Ruin - a quirky take on an old pub building. Inspired by the DIY approach of some of Europe’s cooler cities and with a wide selection of keg, cask and bottle. Menu includes goulash, koftas and plenty of vegan and gluten free options. Roast dinners on Sundays. Regular food pop-ups.
- Sacks Of Potatoes
ku.oc.sbupetagenots@neergatsogseotatopfoskcas(0121) 503 5811
10 Gosta Green
A traditional lively pub set in the heart of the Aston University campus. The pub is popular with students and local office staff. Weekly quizzes, bi weekly karaoke.
- Saint Paul's House
moc.esuohsluaptnias@ofni(0121) 272 0999
15-20 Saint Paul's Square
This is a hotel bar and restaurant which has one large, welcoming room separated into several areas with quite background music playing. Lots of comfy seating was available and there were plenty staff. Most of the space seems to be set up for dining rather than drinking. The is an outside area/beer garden which has comfortable, plush seating and a retractable canopy. A cocktail/spirits bar can also be found in the outside area.
- Saltley Inn
(0121) 327 1042
37 Washwood Heath Road
Friendly pub where all are welcome including children & dogs. Caters for parties & functions. 22 En-suite accommodation available.
- Selly Park Tavern
(0121) 472 4392
592 Pershore Road
An Ember Inns redbricked pub dating to 1901, run by the same manager for over ten years whose clientele is varied. Although it is only a large one roomed pub there are smaller areas so you can still get privacy. There is an active bowling club and a skittle alley at the rear. Less than one mile from Edgbaston Cricket Ground, it is handy for visiting fans.
moc.sbupsnoslohcin@worremmuseraepsekahS(0121) 236 8702
31 Summer Row
Victorian red-brick small city centre local, part of the Nicolson's brand, near the Jewellery Quarter. The traditional bar has a small hatch to serve the rear snug which has a wonderful 'old fashioned' feel. Regularly changing guest ales feature with a good selection of traditional pub food. Recently refurbished (summer 2022)
- Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club
moc.loa@bewccms(0121) 784 9191
Spacious Safe Family and pet friendly environment focused on the development and playing of Cricket with five senior teams and three junior teams playing at weekends and midweek. The club has a fun atmosphere and runs events for fundraising including Quiz nights, occasional Beer Festivals, and fun days.
- Sommar Brew Co
Unit 3b, Utilita Arena, Canal side
Brewpub and tap for the Sommar brewery, with the brewkit on display within the premises. Twenty beer lines are a mix of keg & key-keg, about 50/50 between Sommar & other micro-breweries from around the country. Flights of four thirds available. Food is predominantly burgers and chicken, though guest caterers do appear from time to time. Newly opened post lockdown. Live beer menu available on Untappd, also shown on a large screen by the bar. Can get busy when events are held at the NIA due to its location - open on Sun-Tues if there is an event.
- Tap & Spile
(0121) 272 5278
10-16 Gas Street
Relaunched in 2022 as a craft beer and ale pub. The Tap & Spile is situated by the canal and dates back to 1821. There is the main entrance on Gas Street and another one on the canal side. The interior is one that is simple and wooden with some original fixtures and fittings. Can be up to eight cask ales available.
- Tennis Court
firstname.lastname@example.org(0121) 356 8124
Large, open plan pub serving good food. Two real ales served, Pedigree and one guest ale. Main meals are served from noon until just before 9pm. Pub has a beer garden at the rear. Car park is pay and display.
MOC.MURBTLIT@KRIK(0121) 643 1048
2 City Arcade
Craft beer micropub in the city centre, well known for beers from micro-breweries both near & far. Always changing beer list from 18 draught lines and 50+ bottled & canned beers from the fridge available to drink in or take away. Speciality Coffee, Loose Leaf Tea, & Cake also available. Seating over three floors, consisting basic wooden tables & chairs. A large collection of pinball machines are a unique feature that attracts avid players.
Some beers served from key keg and therefore may be considered real ale, ask the staff or see the beer info clipboards to determine which.
Redecorated during lockdown, with a full refurb/rebuild of the unisex toilets.
(0121) 449 7664
179 Alcester Road
Large, open plan pub on the southern end of Moseley High Street. Emphasis is on food, with an extensive menu of good quality meals. Sunday lunches are popular. The garden offers both uncovered and covered drinking and dining thanks to their glass garden room. Toilets upstairs with disabled access WC available on the ground floor - ask at the bar. Car park is pay and display.
moc.bupeniv@tcatnoc(0121) 454 7943
Traditional corner pub with real ales and an all-day menu. Has TV sport and a pool table.
- White Horse
(0121) 608 7641
2 York Street
Small, friendly, traditional community pub just off Harborne High Street. Serves beers from Ostlers brewery, based at the back of the pub, as well as guests on up to six hand pulls. A two-room pub, the smaller room has four rotating craft beers on keykeg (occasionally keg) from Ostlers and other small breweries. Check what is available in real time via the beer board on their website. There is also a gig guide showing upcoming artists for Saturday night live music. There are TVs throughout the pub showing sport (Sky, BT and Amazon).
- Wildcat Tap
ku.oc.tacdliwyelhcrits@ofni(0121) 213 2623
1381-1383 Pershore Road
The Wildcat Tap is an independent pub on the Pershore Road in Stirchley, Birmingham. This bar is much changed from the original Wildcat from just down the road and is spacious for a micro pub with adequate seating although does get busy at weekends with a mixed aged group clientele. Beer range of cask and keg is adventurous and interesting, with up to four cask beers on handpump and eight craft keg lines, complemented by a selection of bottled craft beers, gin, whisky and soft drinks. A vast array of tabletop games available to play.
Convenient for buses 27, 45, and 47 and close to Bournville train station
- 1000 Trades ku.gro.sedart0001@ofni(0121) 233 6291 16 Frederick Street Birmingham B1 3HE