7 Hidden gems that are Birmingham beers gardens.
Even with restrictions, we brits know how to make the best out of a bad situation, so here are 7 of the must book venues for the long-awaited reopening of the Great British Beer Garden.
A real highlight of Gas Street Basin, the Canal house has a stylish modern terrace bar shared with great views of the canal. The venue has a wide range of beers and cocktails mixed with a growing live music scene making it a great spot for Friday evening drinks.
Who would have thought a beer garden in the middle of Broad street? This large beer garden with the added value of ‘Spoons’ is a strong partnership. If you like a Wetherspoons, then this is one of the best beer gardens going!.
I get it but just stay with us… A little further away we know but wait till you explore this goldmine. Digbeth dining club are running the open arms, the perfect restriction induced festival of live entertainment, great beer, and street food. The outdoor open seating has spectacular views and combines that festival feeling with the iconic pub bench. Look to book as it is sure to be welcomed with ‘Open Arms’ as restrictions are lifted.
The Former fiddle and bone revisited. The round house Gin distillery presents a large outdoor terrace which sites alongside the canal and is a great place for a mid-week lunch enjoyed with a G&T or Maybe even a touch of after work entertainment with a few colleagues. Either way the distillery needs to be added to the April to do list.
One you may not have heard of. Perched on the edge of Brindley Place Craft have introduced a game changer when it comes to ‘outdoor’ dining. These fully immersive pods guarantee an individualised experience with panoramic views of the canal and private Bluetooth connections to Alexa. These spacious globes are complete with direct table service to keep your glasses full and good times rolling.
Boasting a large outdoor patio with historical grandeur, this jewel offers a fantastic range of local cask ales, not to mention the 50 Specialty wines to accompany the alfresco way of dinning. The Physician has a large wrap around garden, with plenty of seating and even a newly installed Tipi.
‘Homegrown and Home owned’. You can find plenty of Craft ale from around the globe alongside personalised service to offer a classic pub feel with a twist. This decent sized garden becomes a late afternoon sun trap, great for those after work meetups. As said by the owners ‘’ we simply have to show people we care about them’. So, expect to be treated like a regular in one of Harborne's best beer gardens.