Overlooking the historical Jewellery Quarter, The Rectory is a sophisticated bar and restaurant with a stunning collection of gin on the menu. Swing by and sample your way through their picks, perfectly paired with a refreshing tonic and soak up the stylish ambiance.
Gin Bars in Birmingham
Being one of the most popular spirits in the business, it's no surprise that some of the bars in Birmingham have utilised and adapted their menus to cater for this savoured drink. From gin parlours in the city centre to hearty selections of the spirit in trendy Brindleyplace bars, Birmingham doesn't mind whether you like yours dry or with a raspberry aperitif, they can happily cater.
A pub in Birmingham city centre with its very own Victorian themed gin bar? You bet your bottom dollar there is! The Jekyll and Hyde not only boasts cool and quirky Birmingham status, it also promises cleverly cultivated gin-based cocktails that you may even find being served in a teeny tiny porcelain bath or watering can.
This botanical-themed bar is all about the gin. Not only has it taken part in the world's biggest gin tasting event, the bar is lined with all the Mother's Ruin you can drink, as well as mixing them up in a fabulous range of cocktails.
It's all in the name at The Distillery as this is one of the best gin bars in Birmingham. With a wide variety of gins, the bartenders here can whip you up any number of creative cocktails. Meanwhile, you can feast on a series of delicious meals created from the highest quality ingredients available.
All sorts of dreamy, The Lost and Found in Birmingham is ogle-worthy, from the stunning interiors through to the smart cocktail choices. While not a dedicated gin bar, the spot throws some weight with top-notch concoctions using award-winning gins. Our favourite? Try the Ms Emily B. Kingsley which mixes Kokoro gin with Lanique rose and Briotett Rhubarb.
If you're looking to indulge in a spot of boozy afternoon tea, Hotel du Vin is offering up a selection of mini sandwiches and sweet treats. Paired with a special menu of G&Ts, you can choose from Sipsmith Sloe to Monkey 47 all paired with Fever Tree tonics to wash down the finger food.
This cool and sleek bar in Brindleyplace has more than a reasonable selection of gins to slurp away on. Settle down in the charming outdoor terrace and try yourself a Tanqueray Garden and Bramble or a simple gin glassic such a Gordon's or Hendrick's on the rocks.
40 St Paul's is dedicated to serving up the best gin and tonics in town. This lounge bar is home to some wonderfully garnished and perfected G&Ts, using a variety of fresh fruit, herbs and spices served in handsome, quirky goblets.
From the same team behind The Botanist, The Canal House takes its offering to Birmingham's gin scene very seriously. The waterside spot has a secret gin distillery on site, though with drinks this good, we doubt it will stay hush hush for long.