Only a five minute, and we mean five minutes, walk down the road from The Rose Villa Tavern, The Lord Clifden is another of the Jewellery Quarter's most sought after boozers thanks to its beer garden and beer based treats. From one of biggest beer gardens in the city and its cool scattering of urban art to cider slushies in the summer and local craft ale by the barrel, The Lord Clifden is an infamous all-rounder. But enough garden grazing, we're onto the next.
Pub Crawl in Birmingham
Looking to dally around some of Birmingham's most sough after boozers? Want to get to know the best in keg faring fiends? We've cultivated a route through some of Birmingham's best pubs so that you need only visit, rather than only organise. From top notch taverns and quirky left-field liquid lairs to cosy, British boozers with traditional charm, there's no end to pub discoveries to be made in Birmingham; Take our Birmingham pub crawl and discover just these.
Kicking things off in Birmingham's most darling and dazzling quarter, we're starting this city pub crawl at one of its most creative taverns. Found in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, The Rose Villa Tavern is a traditional public house with quirky flecks. From its emerald tiling and vintage wares to an all-out American themed menu and cocktails, The Rose Villa Tavern is a smashing place to take this pub crawl show on the road. But quit your dallying, we're onto the next, and luckily for you, the next is also in the Jewellery Quarter.
But a stones throw from The Old Contemptibles and found in the heart of the city, Bacchus is one of Birmingham's best kept pubbing secrets thanks to it basement location and off-road plot. A broody underground lair of local ales, lush Medieval style interiors and charming pub grub, here's a local you simply have to try. You're about to wet your gullet with some of the best craft beer in Birmingham so best dally on down the road to your next pub venture.
You didn't think we would take you on a pub crawl through Birmingham without a little history now did you? Named after First World War patriots and boasting only the most classic of pub interiors, The Old Contemptibles has a pub atmosphere that many venues will only ever seek to find; cosy, comfortable and brimming with character. Your next liquid lair is a basement cavern of awesome ales and dated interiors. Interested? Then get yourself a move on!
We're sorry that you just had to spend all of £5 on cabs to get here, but trust us, these next two are a lovely finale to your pub crawl in Birmingham. A Moseley charmer known for its cool, indie crowd, cracking drinks and darling beer garden, The Fighting Cocks is a pub that doesn't try to be anything its not. Atmospheric, friendly and down right boozy on any given night, this Moseley pub fiend is just the build to your final pub, which just so happens to be on the very same road.
One of the closest bars to Birmingham New Street Station and a stones throw from Bacchus, you're about to indulge in some of the UK's most favoured craft beer thanks to thing hop faring hound. Known for their feisty IPA's and international beer, we doubt there's a bottle that you wont want to try or will at least be intrigued by. Best to jump in a cab for your next pub, we're taking you to Birmingham suburbia.
We've been so excited to bring you here, and trust us, the entire crawl was worth such a finale. One of the most infamous pubs in Birmingham, The Prince of Wales is one of its most unique watering holes. From a tiki style cocktail tavern out back and one of the biggest beer gardens, to a wine shed, cigar shack and ale-bearing bar out front, this little Moseley gem truly does have something for everyone. That's it folks, congratulations on your dabble through some of Birmingham's finest pubs.