Where Would the Weasley Brothers Drink in Birmingham
We don't know if anyone's told you yet, but infamous red headed duo The Weasley Brothers from J.K Rowling's Harry Potter were in fact born in Birmingham (okay, so Weasley actors and brothers James Phelps and Oliver were, but why be so pedantic?). A hilariously cocky duo that won box office hearts the world over, this loveable pair deserve a little down time from wizarding antics and warding off dementors, right? That's why we've come up with what we think would be their favourite watering holes in the city. Check out our recommendations for The Weasley Brothers' favourite bars in Birmingham.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Avid sportsmen that they are, batting away Quidditch Bludgers like it's anyone's business, this sprightly duo need somewhere in Birmingham to let off some sporting steam and catch up on the biggest matches. Sure to head out into The Lord Clifden's bustling beer garden with its HD ready TV screens and vintage oddities, The Weasley Brothers could finally learn about the kind of sports that us Muggles go barmy over.
Having opened their own joke shop in the shape of 'Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes', the previously impoverished Weasley Brothers came into a little premium cash of their own, hence why they're looking for somewhere to flash said cash. One of the most scintillating champagne bars in Birmingham, The Weasley Brothers can go all out on a premium bottle of Laurent Perrier with the wares they made selling 'Extendable Ears' and 'Ten Second Pimple Vanishers'.
'Now, you two – this year, you behave yourselves. If I get one more owl telling me you've – you've blown up a toilet'; a mother's love doesn't always extend so far as practical jokes as these two brothers learnt, meaning that they need somewhere to let off a little comedy steam. Brimming with hilarious name faces nearly every weekend, The Weasley Brothers are sure to have a funny bone tickler or two for this premium comedy club in Birmingham.
Once hailed as 'human Bludgers' for their raucous abilities on the Quidditch pitch, it always seemed as though The Weasley Brothers were impenetrable, bounding around on the pitch like two bats out of hell; hence why this rucker-some duo look to need somewhere to let off a little bludging steam. One of the rowdiest rock clubs in Birmingham, The Asylum Venue is sure to put these two to the test be it in the mosh pit or on the dancefloor.
Jokes, sweet shops and Bludgers aside, The Weasley Brothers are predominantly known for their spirited natures, kind hearts and down to earth appeal (the loveable little so and so's). That's why a down to earth, cosy Birmingham pub is the true haven for this magical duo. Brimming with real fireplaces, hearty craft beer and cosy sofa's, this is just the venue that The Weasley Brothers would be happy to simmer down in.