Birmingham Craft Beer Crawl
Whilst Birmingham may not boast the biggest collection of craft beer bars in the UK, the ones we do have are a dime a dozen. From smashing industrial plots where hearty chow and locally brewed beer reigns supreme, to cool plots for where international craft tipples come as standard, this simple route is all you need to uncover the finest in bespoke brews and sought after blends. Check out our craft beer crawl in Birmingham and discover some of the best spots for tailored hops in the city.
Add another five minutes to your craft beer crawl and you'll be able to find yourself at one of the newest kids on the craft beer block. Brought to you by Purity Brewing, one of the UK's best independent breweries, Pure Bar and Kitchen is a dapper industrial plot for some of the best in the city. From British themed, gastro style grub to casked bevvies that you wont find anywhere else in the city, Pure Bar and Kitchen are coming up craft beer trumps.
Only five minutes down the road from The Victoria, this is a craft beer cavern that is known the globe over for their unique blends, international hops and craft hankerings. A dapper industrial den where craft beer can be enjoyed from America, Australia and beyond, you'll barely see the same menu at Brewdog twice as they maintain that the new and the intriguing remain ever on your palate.
Kicking off just shy of the heart of the city, our craft beer crawl starts off at The Victoria, one of the coolest pubs in Birmingham and a laid-back plot for bespoke beers. While they may only boast a small range of craft beers and an ever rotating selection of craft names, The Victoria boast cool enough an enviroment that whatever craft you choose, it's one you'll enjoy. Now for one of Birmingham's most renowned craft beer destinations.
A boozy basement where beer reigns supreme, the final destination on your Birmingham craft beer crawl is one of menu wonder. Boasting one of the biggest collections of beer in the city, The Post Office Vaults are host to more than 300 beers at any one time, including their very own passport in which you can stamp off your purchased liquids. How's that for a finale?
It's off to the city centre now for your next liquid endeavour. Something of an ale institution and known for their classic pub interiors, The Wellington is a favoured boozer on the Birmingham scene, but how about their craft beer? Boasting bevvies the likes of Purting and Brewdog, you wont find the most exotic of bottles, but you will find hearty classic and favoured flavours on the craft beer scene.