Birmingham city centre has a new craft beer sheriff in town thanks to one of the Midlands' most revered brewing company's, Purity Brewing as they team up with Simpsons.
With the decor mimicing the sleek and trendy branding of its very own company, this is a corker of a bar, no stout. Industrial with an ever so cosmopolitan edge, Pure Bar and Kitchen is no basic Birmingham boozer. Expect long wooden tables, steel furnishings, exposed brickwork and classic awnings.
Heralded for its craft beer offering, Pure Craft Bar and Kitchen is a premium destination to catch up on independently sourced hops, be that in the shape of Dunkertons, Purity craft itself, Fourpure, Roosters and more. All available on a regularly rotating draft selection. But it's not just craft beer that they top, with gastro grub their inherent aim, diners can tuck in to everything from a deluxe scotch egg at £4.50, or Dunkel beer BBQ glazed chicken at £13.50.
|Pint of Lager||£3.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.60|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£48.00|
|Pure Food and Beer Board||Download|
|Pure Main Drinks Menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
Pub food with an all out gastro edge, there's something inherently thought out when it comes to the menu at Pure Bar and Kitchen. Tuck in to nibbles such as their large Scotch egg with ketchup at £4.50, or try something a bit more hearty such as their poached smoked haddock with Welsh rarebit at £13.50.
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