Quirky Pub Crawl in Birmingham

We don't care if you've been a Brummie local for donkeys or you've just arrived, we bet there's still a few undiscovered pubs in the city that you'd like to get your mitts on right? Why not join us on a magical trip around some of the quirkiest pubs in the city, stopping off at tikki watering holes and lavish lounges, where the vibe is always a little off-beat. So how's about it? Ready to undertake our city adventure? Follow our guide and have the quirky pub crawl in Birmingham you've always dreamed of.

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The Night Owl

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Once you head to Digbeth, it's time to dive into the retro world of The Night Owl. Bringing back the feeling of Northern Soul to the people of Birmingham, expect a pub-cum-bar covered vintage, retro decorations, which is coupled with a soundtrack channelling 50 years of some of the most legendary music of all times. How's that for a stop on your quirky Birmingham pub crawl?

The Queens Arms

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We're kicking things off at the the tip of the city with a pub that practically teeters on the edge of The Jewellery Quarter and Birmingham city centre. Whilst The Queens Arms may look like any bog standard boozer, there's something about the beer garden that is wholly unmissable. Weave your way out back to the intimate wooden shack clad space that boasts reclaimed cinema seats, benches from a double decker bus and Edison style lightbulbs; a true jaunt back to the 1930's. 

The Post Office Vaults

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So you've made your way to New Street, and it seems we've misled you to a post office! But no, we haven't brought you here for the long queues and selection of brown stationary; we've actually taken you to a pub that boasts one of the biggest collections of beer in the city. A haven to over 280 different types of beer and ale, international and local, the Post Office Vaults even supply your own passport to stamp these tasty little number along the way.