Burgers and Beers in Birmingham
Burgers and beer go together like Starsky and Hutch, Ant and Dec and Birmingham and bad weather; you just can't have one without the other. We have searched the far stretches of beautiful Brum to find you the best beer and burger combos out there. All over this fair city you can find weekly offers, gourmet creations and exotic eats to enjoy while you sip on one of the many brews available. With so many beers and burgers to taste, it's about time that you checked out our recommendations for the best burgers and beer in Birmingham; better get munching eh?
The Rose Villa Tavern is known for its cosy Victorian charm so what better place to get comfy with a burger and a beer? Head down on a Wednesday, as two burgers and two fries come in at a cheeky £12.50 from 5pm to 9pm. Their burger menu consists of four very different choices, each as enticing as the next. And for £12.50 for two it is very hard to say no to their zingy 5 spiced pork burger, classic beef burger, chunky chicken burger or their mouth watering Mediterranean veggie burger. Washed down with one of their locally brewed ales, it looks like you've got Wednesdays sorted.
The Fighting Cocks have a menu of not one, not two, but six delectable burgers for you to sink your teeth into. With a varied range there is bound to be a burger to suit your taste buds, and with prices starting at £8.50, it shouldn't be too much of a shock to your pocket either. Beer-wise The Fighting Cocks have it all, the well informed staff will be happy to help you find a tipple to suit your tum with a whole host of pilsners, lagers, craft beers and cask ales brewed from right here in Birmingham to Germany, America, the Czech Republic and beyond!
Burgers and beers in Birmingham don’t get more American than this. Feast on a selection of burgers topped with everything from bacon and cheese to chilli beef, sip on American and international beers served by the bucket or the jug – all served by waitresses dressed as cowgirls.
Beers and burgers don't just come in buns you know. Bodega has added their own Mexican flare to a British favourite. Herbivore or carnivore, this Mexican hideaway can cater to your tum's with handmade bean burgers or a juicy beef burger, tucked up in a tortilla wrap with chipotle mayo, cheese, spicy 'slaw and sweet potato fries. Our mouths are already watering, the perfect opportunity for a beer, right? With a world of beers available from £3.40 you may have trouble choosing between the UK's Waggle Dance brew, Brazil's Palma Laica, Mexico's Dos Equis or Spain's Alhambra Mezquita, but the friendly staff will be happy to help you find the perfect liquid refreshment to join your exotic burger.
If you are heading away from the city centre but still hankering after all the goodness a beer and a burger can bring, pop in to The Plough in Harborne. Every Tuesday the lovely folks at The Plough have a 2-4-1 offer on their gourmet burgers all day long. These are no normal burgers, its gourmet all the way in the shape of the Pulled Chicken, Chilli Beef and classic Plough Burger, and of course a Portobello burger for those herbivores among us. With prices starting at £10.50, The Plough ensures you get plenty of burger for your buck. Plus with a 2-4-1 offer that leaves you some extra cash to splash, why not splash it on their excellent range of cask ales and craft beers.
Brewdog have long been the kings of craft beer, and are definitely on their way to earning their place as burger royalty. With a beer menu that is so full of delicious choices and is being added to every week, we can barely keep up! However, if you are looking for a hearty hunk of burger beauty look no further than Brewdog. You can choose from a fantastic selection of yummy burgers, from The Big Kahuna to The Don't Have a Cow Man right up to The Los Pollos Hermanos, served with your choice of locally made Pip's Hot Sauces. Now to the beer, you will be wanting something refreshing to wash that big old burger down with. Maybe you will choose from Brewdog's own crafted tipple, a Dead Pony Club? Possibly a Libertine Black Ale or a Punk IPA?