Beer Gardens In Birmingham

The sun's out and you're looking for the places to sip on a bevvie in this grand old weather, but where to go? From hidden bars and quirky boozers to art-filled hangouts, you've got to see these to believe them. So get your vitamin D fix and check out our recommendations for some of the best beer gardens in Birmingham.

Last updated on 5th August 2022

The Red Lion

66 user reviews 5

In need of a beer garden in Birmingham to soak up the sun? At The Red Lion, you and your mates can enjoy delicious burgers, fries, and fish while tipping back a refreshing lager in hand. Plus, its interiors are quirky - think Banksy artwork.

Gosta Green, Birmingham

61 user reviews 4

Usually populated by students from the local universities, The Gosta Green is home to one of the best beer gardens in Birmingham. Their sprawling outdoor space comes packed with colourful furniture and fun awnings while the bar and kitchen offers tasty food and affordable pints.

The Old Crown

4 user reviews 5

Make your way to one of the city's oldest pubs and you'll be pleasantly surprised by what their rear garden has to offer. Popular with Brummies, this traditional boozer has a bustling outdoor area brimming with shaded little nooks, vintage furniture and a ping pong table to boot.

The Distillery

605 user reviews 4

The Distillery is one of the nicest pubs in Birmingham city centre, and it's the perfect little plot to sink into on a warm day. Order a cocktail or two and get yourself set up on their expansive terrace, which – and this is the best bit – is right by the canal. It's a real beaut.

The High Field

7 user reviews 4

Street food garden party? Gin-themed festivals? Foodie supper clubs? The High Field is pushing the boat out, whether you're inside or out. Head to the gorgeous sun-soaked garden where you'll find deck chairs, umbrellas and a whole load of greenery.

The Dark Horse

36 user reviews 4

Looking for a beer garden in Moseley?  The Dark Horse comes out on top, thanks to its rotating craft beer selection, roster of live music and selection of hearty dishes. Popular with students and locals, the charming boozer is a true home away from home.

The Plough

6 user reviews 4

Whether you're tucking into brunch and classic pub grub or sipping highball cocktails, make sure you check out The Plough's charming patio. Located in Harborne, it's one of the best beer gardens in the West Midlands.