Make your way to one of Birmingham's oldest pubs and you'll be pleasantly surprised by what their rear garden has to offer. Popular with young creatives, this traditional pub has a bustling beer garden brimming with shaded little nooks, vintage iron tables and a ping pong table to boot.
Beer Gardens in Birmingham
The sun's and you're looking for the best place to sip on a bevvie in this grand old weather, but where to go? From hidden tiki bars and converted barns 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.
This beer garden may be on the smaller side but there's enough character at The Jekyll and Hyde to make up for it. With walls smothered in quirky interpretations of the ever so charming Alice in Wonderland tale, tailor-made cocktails seem right at home in these cool and quirky surroundings.
One of the best summer terraces in Birmingham, The Button Factory is perfect for those looking to catch dinner or a few pints in the sun. Found in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, this is one for people watching as you slurp on thirst-quenching cocktails.
Traditional pub out front, party palace out back, The Lord Clifden is a quirky pick for alfresco drinks in Brum. From vintage neon bingo signs to locally commissioned pieces of art, this Jewellery Quarter favourite is a premium summer spot for the weekend crowd.
From the rum-fuelled cocktail menu to live bands, The Prince of Wales has it all. Pair that with an almighty marquee boasting oodles of seating areas and wood burning stoves and you've got yourself a beer garden for all occasions.
If the sun's shining and you're not taking part in one of the regular toe-tapping live gigs taking place at the Hare and Hounds, then it's time to take things outside. Though a traditional pub, it's the indie crowd and relaxed atmosphere that make summer beers here so great.
Whether you're tucking brunch and classic pub grub or soaking up natural wines and highball cocktails, make sure you check out The Pough's charming heated patio. Located in Harborne, it'sone of Brum's most unique spaces yet.
Outside the luxurious gastropub that is The King's Head, this beer garden is not only surrounded by more greenery than you could ever want on a summer's day, but it's also filled with heated areas where you can dig into deep pan pizzas, freshly grilled dishes and Sunday roasts.
Not only does The Distillery offer some of the finest gin in Birmingham, but it's the perfect little plot to sink into on a summer's 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.
Located on Great Hampton Street, The Church Inn is a top choice when it comes to beer gardens in Birmingham. A proper boozer, this watering hole brings you traditional pub food, live music and happy hour prices on drinks every single day.
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.