There are scores listed for so many reasons - but mainly because they serve some first class beer. Take a whirl through our gallery to see which Brummie pubs the guide ranks as ‘recommended’ and ‘worth a visit’.
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1. The Barton Arms, Aston - Worth a visit
The Good Pub Guide praises this “magnificent Edwardian landmark” which stands out on a busy road amid the modern developments. It particularly mentions teh original tilework murals, stained glass and mahogony add its allure along iwth its decorative fireplaces. There’s a selection of ales to try and Thai food.
2. The Brasshouse, Broad Street - Worth a visit
The Good Pub Guide describes this as a “spacious bank conversion with enjoyable good value food from tapas, burgers and pizzas up, various deals”. It also admires the bars Marstons-related ales and guests along with a good range of other drinks including craft beers, gins and cocktails. Good service also gets a nod here
3. Clifden, Great Hampton Street, Jewellery Quarter - Worth a visit
The Good Pub Guide gives a thumbs up to this JQ favourite - which has dropped the “Lord” from its title in a recent revamp. The interesting collection of street art, bustling atmosphere and craft beers and food also win praise.
4. The Old Contemptibles, Edmund Street, city centre - Worth a visit
The Good Pub Guide likes this Edwardian corner pub and admires its lofty ceiling and woodwork. A good choice of real ales and enjoyable well priced food also get a mention along with its handy central location near Snow Hill station.