Hipster Hangouts in Birmingham

Now we know that some people may shudder at the mention of the word 'hipster', but we like to see it as a pat on the back to all you desert boot, backpack wielding cool kids in the city. Prone to a drink in Birmingham, hipster kids can be found, and if you're careful, spoken to at these cool and quirky bars in Birmingham. Check out our recommendations for the best hipster hangouts in Birmingham and join your fellow kinsmen in all things cool at some of these tipple-tastic joints in the city. 




The Jekyll and Hyde

216 user reviews 4

The Jekyll and Hyde should be your hipster paradise home-from-home. The quirky décor should pull in even the most jaded hipsters, with a plush, refined interior and even a mural to the queen of all hipsters outside: Alice in Wonderland. And if that's not enough, steal a drink in their Victorian Gin Parlour upstairs for some sophisticated fun.

The Prince of Wales

4 user reviews 5

You need be in the know about some of the best pubs in Birmingham if you're to get the hipster seal of approval, so how about one of the finest secret bars in the city? Whilst they may dash their way through the pub out front, Moseley's young creatives can always be found out back slurping on a Motiki cocktail at The Prince of Wales hidden tiki-bar. 

Brewdog Birmingham

3 user reviews 5

Yeah yeah, so beer is pretty cool, but you know what is cool? Craft beer! A quirky beer institution unto its own, Brewdog in Birmingham's John Bright Street are at the forefront of the independent beer movement, inviting the city's hipsters to dabble in some of the finest flavours to be found. From its basement lounge to nitty gritty urban interiors, Brewdog is a hit-ster with the hipster. 

Spotlight

2 user reviews 4

What with street food, warehouse venues and cocktails being classed as the top totty when it comes to all things cool, you hipster hottie's will be happy to hear that there is a bar in Birmingham boasting all three. Stuff your cool little faces with street food on a Friday thanks to Digbeth Dining Club then saunter inside for a jaunt on Spotlight's collection of vintage furniture, home away from home eh? 

The Victoria

8 user reviews 4

Beer and art, that's all a simple little hipster like us wants in the world, so when we go for a drink in The Victoria, it's like the planets truly align. Brimming with kitsch quirks, independent artwork and you guessed it, craft beer by the bottle, The Victoria is like a little nook of hipster awesome all week long. 

The Sunflower Lounge

3 user reviews 4

Hipsters hate chain bars, we read it in the little book of hipster don't you know, and thankfully The Sunflower Lounge isn't one of them. A cool independent bar brimming with the city's vibrant youngsters looking for fellow cool kids to share the night with, The Sunflower Lounge is packed with perfectly tousled hair and purposely torn jeans looking for live music and economical tipples.