If it's not about looking like one of the coolest, kitsch pubs in Birmingham, then The Victoria are all about their drinks. Whether it's their rotation of three local guest ales or a selection of international craft beers from fun, independent breweries, The Victoria in Birmingham's craft beer quarter know a thing or two about wetting your appetite with unique drinks and a Deep South dining menu.
Craft Beer Quarter Bars in Birmingham
Whilst, yes okay, it might not be the official name for this district in Birmingham, the area surrounding John Bright Street and Birmingham New Street Station is slowly but surely developing a reputation as a hotspot for craft beer and hop based goodies in the city. Check out our recommendations for best bars in Birmingham's craft beer quarter and discover an area brimming with some of the best independent beers in the city and game changers when it comes to craft beer in Brum.
Boasting a whole host of craft beer bars the UK over, Brewdog weren't going to miss our fair city now were they? Sticking it to the commercial man when it comes to brewery based goods, Brewdog have cultivated themselves into front runners in the craft beer scene, boasting cool urban vibes and a uniquely branded selection of tipples ranging from America to Australia.
Whilst it may only be a traditional pub by the way of Birmingham New Street Station, The Craven Arms is brimming with independent charm and local character. A boozer renowned for its petite size, friendly name faces and selection of unique ales in the city, The Craven Arms is a cosy spot for an afternoon bevvie or cheese and onion cob (long live the cob!).