Head upstairs at The Distillery where this Canalside bar and restaurant will be serving up non-stop screenings off all the Six Nations action. On top of all the nail-biting action, you can chow down on delicious food, washed down with fresh pints and tipples from their huge gin selection.
Where to Watch Six Nations Rugby in Birmingham
One of rugby's biggest annual events, the Six Nations never fails to bring Birmingham's rugby fans out in force. Luckily for them, the city's pubs are ready for them. From laid-back boozers bringing you roasts and local ales to accompany your viewing, to cool bars where you can sip cocktails while the scrum commences, these are our top picks for catching all the action from the Six Nations this year.
A hearty British pub for a hearty British sport, you can't go too wrong with that now can you? Join The Old Contemptibles as they plan to show you scrum lovin' wayfarers the very best in Six Nations action as they boast all the best in mighty stand-offs and scuffles live on screen. Pair that with pub grub and ale, and you're chortling your way to happy.
A rolling selection of Six Nations matches all the way until March, The Trocadero promise that no rugby punter will go out this season. Join The Trocadero for a laid back atmosphere, a great selection of pocket friendly pub grub and enjoy some feisty on pitch action, whether you're rooting for France, Ireland or Wales!
Set to host some of the best in live and catch-up action, Ireland fan or Scotland enthusiast, Mailbox bar Pennyblacks have the complete collection in Six Nations fixtures, all alongside a cracking selection of ales, cocktails and tasty bar snacks.
One's Birmingham's best Irish watering holes, you'd better believe Hennessey's will be representing the Emerald Isle this February and March. Host to a sweet selection of Six Nations matches, it's a great place to catch up on all the latest rugby action with chums, be it on the big screen or tucked away by the bar.
For a more chic Six Nations experience, head over to chic and charming Saint Pauls House where they'll be showing every match from across the tournament every weekend. Time it right and see if you can't turn a Sunday afternoon sports outing into a real sesh with one of their bottomless Sunday roasts.
Whilst their main focus may not be fancy interiors and slick cocktails, Rileys are renowned for their sports bar stance and commitments to all things active. Prepare to chill out with your chums in front of their three metre HD screens and get giddy over their Six Nations coverage with darts and pool to keep you occupied during half time.
Cool and quirky The Rose Villa Tavern will be screening every try, scrum and tackle during the Six Nations. One of the Jewellery Quarter's friendliest bars, even if you're not that into the rugby, you can still tuck into some tasty food and craft beers.