Birmingham's Distillery isn't just a showcase in all things gin thanks to its copper barrels. With food on the grill, regular football screenings in the beer garden and canalside vibes, it's the perfect escape from the living room.
Where to Watch Sport In Birmingham
Don't worry if your TV Sports subscription has ran out, with our recommendations on bars to watch sport in Birmingham, you'll have the premium package. From Formula 1 races to projector screens primed for some of football's biggest matches, these venues are a vibrant alternative to an afternoon in front of the telly. So get your game face on, round up your mates and head down to our pick of where to watch sport in Birmingham.
The Old Crown happens to be one of Birmingham's oldest pubs, which means it's got just that much more experience with showing sport in Birmingham. Situated in a Grade II listed building and a dreamy beer garden for the summer months, if you want to watch the big game in The Old Crown, there's lots to keep you occupied with during half time.
Whilst Brindleyplace may not strike you as the a sport-centric area of Birmingham, The Slug and Lettuce are doing their best to change that, showing the latest live sporting events from around the world. With large HD screens playing live matches, you can relax in this trendy bar with a bevvie and not miss a single competitive moment.
Set over two floors in Birmingham's biggest party street, Lloyds bar offers fun time party vibes as well as a bar packed with HD screens. Showing everything from football to tennis to rugby, the bar offers the plethora of Sky Sports' coverage while supplying cheap drinks and pub grub.
Having taken Britain by storm, Riley's is a chain of sports bars that never fail to please even the most miserable sports fans. Whether you're watching your team strut their stuff on the big screen, or simply looking for a quiet place to play some pool with your mates, the lively, easy going atmosphere that defines each of their venues is sure to leave you with a beaming smile and a swaying head full of booze.