The Malt House
A wholly historic pub with a plush plot by Birmingham's bustling canal, The Malt House is a Brindleyplace pub known for its laid back atmosphere and hearty pub fare.
A traditional building that was once a historic maltings, The Malt House is a canal-side staple. Visited by Bill Clinton way back in the day and known for its historic interiors, The Malt House knows very little of the contemporary but plenty of the classic. From a balcony overlooking the main bar and traditional wooden awnings to rich overhanging beams, roaring fireplaces, a top notch second floor exterior terrace and a canal-side seating area to boot, The Malt House is spacious and hearty.
Boasting a regular turn over of local ales, classic bottles of wine and spirits at affordable prices, there's something for everyone at The Malt House. Choosing to dine? Tuck into a booming menu of classic pub fare from fish and chips to rump steak burgers.
- Lounge Bar , Pub
- Eating and Drinking , Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates
- The Mailbox and Brindleyplace
- Drinkonomical £
- Background Music
- Street Side Tables
- No queues normally
- Sky Sports
The Malt House, 75, King Edwards Road, B1 2NX
The Mailbox and Brindleyplace