The Post Office Vaults is a cellar bar located just off the Victoria Square end of New Street.
The pub serves an excellent selection of up to 8 ales and probably has the largest range of foreign bottled beers in Birmingham.
The Old Contemptibles is an impressively decorated Nicholson’s pub located in the heart of Birmingham city centre.
It is named after the First World War heroes, the British Expeditionary Force led by General Sir John French.
The Wellington is a beer lovers paradise located in the centre of Birmingham.
With 16 ales available as well as 3 ciders, foreign lagers and a good selection of bottles, everyday is beer festival at the Welly.
The Old Joint Stock is a Fullers-owned pub located in the shadows of the cathedral in the centre of Birmingham.
Built in 1864, the Grade-II listed building was used by both the Old Stock and Lloyds Banks before becoming an impressive pub and theatre.
The Figure of Eight is a JD Wetherspoon pub located on Broad Street, Birmingham, a 15 minute walk from New Street railway station.
Featured in both the Good Beer Guide and Real Ale Pub Guide, the pub is named after the canals that were built in the area and together made a figure of eight pattern around Birmingham.