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5 Best Beer Halls in Birmingham

Below is a list of the top and leading Beer Halls in Birmingham. To help you find the best Beer Halls located near you in Birmingham, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Birmingham’s Best Beer Halls:

The top rated Beer Halls in Birmingham are:

  • Purecraft Bar & Kitchen – has an extensive & high-quality beer
  • The Wellington – sells a large range of interesting, well kept real ales
  • The Junction – got something to tantalise your taste buds
  • The Charlie Hall – is committed to serving customers the perfect pint of real ale
  • Nortons Digbeth – has a wide range of cask, keg and bottled beers

Purecraft Bar & KitchenPurecraft Bar & Kitchen

Purecraft Bar & Kitchen started in March 2014 and has gone from strength to strength, winning the Great British Pub Awards National Award for Best Beer Pub in 2015 and pleasing the visitors and inhabitants to the Birmingham business district. They match crafted beer, real food, and top people to create a great experience in a democratic environment. They have an extensive & high-quality beer range from both its friends Purity Brewing Company as well as specialist beers from around the world. The quality & serve of the beer is second to none and is served by its knowledgeable & passionate team.


Events, Bookings, Beer, Foods, Beer Tasting


Address: 30 Waterloo St, Birmingham B2 5TJ
Phone: 121 237 5666


“Quiet and peaceful lunch environment on a Monday, clean toilets, friendly staff made the experience at this restaurant better! Ordered the burger together with the recommended dark beer and it was a match made in heaven! Highly recommend it!” – Gary G.

The WellingtonThe Wellington

The Wellington started in December 2004, realising a 10-year dream for landlord Nigel Barker. Having moved to Birmingham from Derby to run Barton’s Arms at Aston Nige was unhappy with the lack of availability and choice of real ales in the city centre and promised, to open a real ale free house one day. At Wellington its main mission is to sell a large range of interesting, well kept real ales. They also have a range of quality lagers and ciders along with foreign bottled beers.

Its range of Scotch whiskeys on the ground floor is amazing whilst the first-floor bar has a huge range of whiskeys from around the world. They have recently introduced a range of specialty gins and rums.


Beers, Functions, Events


Address: 37 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5SN
Phone: 121 200 3115


“If you appreciate proper beer, stored and served properly then do yourself a massive favour and get yourself down to The Wellington. A huge choice of beers. I’m pretty sure that their cider selection is good… I’ll have to go back and try that next.” – Lles H.

The JunctionThe Junction

The Junction loved by locals and embodying the friendly vibe of its Harborne neighborhood, The Junction brings the best in British hospitality to this welcoming Birmingham suburb. As is the custom in any Great British pub worth its salt, properly poured drinks are at the heart of what they do. From its annual craft beer residency to its limited edition on tap beers, they have got something to tantalise your taste buds.

They have a fantastic range of wines from around the world for you to sample, along with a great selection of spirits. For those of you who fancy something a little lighter, they have an amazing selection of low & no alcohol drinks.


Beers, Sunday Roast, Food, Drinks


Address: 212 High St, Harborne, Birmingham B17 9PT
Phone: 121 428 2635


“I have been going to the junction for three years now, and I can say it is always a delight to spend time in this environment. The staff are welcoming and friendly, whilst maintaining a very professional work ethic. The drinks are always excellent and varied, and the food is second to none – especially the brownie omg.” – Tom Q.

The Charlie HallThe Charlie Hall

The Charlie Hall has been supporting microbreweries of real ale since they opened the doors of its first pub in 1979, working with local brewers up and down the country to put local beers on the pumps. Wetherspoon’s pubs are synonymous with real ale and the resulting awards and recognition received are a testament to the company’s passion for serving a great pint.

Its staff are committed to serving customers the perfect pint of real ale and, with almost 50 million pints poured annually, that is no mean feat. It takes a lot of training, effort, and dedication to keep real ale in top condition and its staff is the best in the business.


Food, Drinks


Address: 49 Barnabas Rd, Birmingham B23 6SH
Phone: 121 384 2716


“Great range of drinks friendly atmosphere and good food.” – David C.

Nortons DigbethNortons Digbeth

Nortons Digbeth got the best Guinness in Brum, but besides that, they have a wide range of cask, keg and bottled beers from established brands and independent breweries. They are all about quality products and quality service. That is why they have a commitment to keeping at least two lines of cask and keg dedicated to local and Irish beers. They built their cellar completely from scratch, so they can maintain the perfect temperature, for the perfect serve.

Nortons Digbeth is built by friends and family. Nortons was the inspiration of Peter Connolly, but this absolute madness would not have happened without the trust and backing of his mother Anna, and countless friends and family who chipped in to build and eventually run the place.


Drinks, Foods, Music, Sport


Address: 43-45 Meriden St, Birmingham B5 5LS
Phone: 121 250 4241


“I had a great time at Nortons over the weekend. Great beer garden, amazing live music & atmosphere. Also phenomenal pizza. We tried a few flavours and the cajun chicken pizza was a stand out for me! So many yummy flavours on a crispy base perfect with a Camden hells larger!” – Dorothy M.

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