Opening date for The Brasshouse on Broad Street Birmingham announced following £300K makeover

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The Brasshouse on Broad Street in Birmingham is set to reopen following a £304,000 investment, creating 15 new jobs and free food and drink up for grabs

Popular canalside Birmingham bar The Brasshouse is set to reopen on Broad Street after its £304,000 investment.

The renowned pub, run by the Stonegate Group, has undergone an impressive internal and external makeover - its first in over a decade!

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And General manager Chris Mason, who began managing the pub in March 2023 after running the Tap & Spile, has told how he wants The Brasshouse to become the “ultimate place on Broad Street to have a drink”.

The Brasshouse is located in the heart of the city, just off the Canal Old Line and on the doorstep of many of the city’s popular arenas and conference centres. 

The pub is a local favourite for wholesome, hearty meals as well as its entertainment offering and nights out. Its sizable outdoor area includes canal side seating as well as a cosy rear side beer garden that is highly sought after on sunny afternoons.

The huge investment has seen the front and back bar and cocktail bar revamped and there is more seating outside so that guests can enjoy the waterfront views. In addition to an improved dining area there is also an extended range of cask and craft beers with 15 new jobs created.

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The Brasshouse, Broad Street, BirminghamThe Brasshouse, Broad Street, Birmingham
The Brasshouse, Broad Street, Birmingham

When is The Brasshouse reopening and how can I get free food and drink?

The Brasshouse will be open once more on Thursday, February 29 and it will be hosting a ‘Grand Launch Party’ the day after on March 1 from 7pm.

Guests are invited to join The Brasshouse team for free bubbles on entry and will see the night in with a performance from a renowned soul singer and late-night DJ.

As part of the pub’s reopening, The Brasshouse is hosting two exciting competitions to welcome locals back to the venue. 

To win a booth at the pub’s Grand Launch Event, all guests need to do is tag three friends in the comments on The Brasshouse’s Facebook page post.

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Well known and loved for its mouth-watering food offering, The Brasshouse is also hosting a giveaway for a family meal to be used during opening week on Sunday, March 3. Further details can be found on their Facebook page.

The Brasshouse is also launching a new weekly events agenda, with cask ales Tuesdays to Karaoke Thursdays, RNB Classics Saturdays and Live Lounge Sundays, there is something for everyone.

The Brasshouse on Broad Street in BirminghamThe Brasshouse on Broad Street in Birmingham
The Brasshouse on Broad Street in Birmingham

‘We want to make our pub the ultimate place on Broad Street to have a drink’

Under Chris’ management, the site has grown from strength to strength, having regained its 5-star Environmental Health Officer rating and the team have also achieved Green NSF certification from NSF, an independent third-party public health body.

Chris commented: “The last investment into the site took place over ten years ago, so it is really exciting to have the space revamped. As well as the internal and external makeover, 15 new Front of House positions have been created and the future is looking really bright for The Brasshouse.

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“We want to make our pub the ultimate place on Broad Street to have a pint, a glass of wine or a cocktail whether you’re an office worker, weekend visitor or party-goer. The team is passionate about creating the best experiences for our customers and we are looking forward to welcoming our community back to The Brasshouse.”

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