West Midlands Beer Garden Guide 2019

March 25, 2019

West Midlands Beer Garden Guide 2019
It is starting to warm up and we are all thinking about basking in the sun, drink in hand. We have found plenty of amazing beer gardens for you to try out: sophisticated and historic to quirky and family-friendly, there's a beer garden suitable for everyone here!

Beer Gardens in Birmingham
The Lord Clifden
Known for their collection of Urban Street Art with the likes of Banksy;
The Lord Clifden in Birmingham has a ginormous beer garden.

The Distillery
The Distillery in Birmingham has been transformed into a gin bar and has a huge beer garden!
Located next to the canals it is the perfect too cool down on those gin and tonics.

Malt House
The Malt House situated along the canal side in Birmingham, Brindley Place,
is perfect for those summer vibes.

The Old Crown
This grade II listed building is the oldest secular building in Birmingham and has a
wonderful quirky beer garden to enjoy a cold beverage.

Pitcher and Piano
Canal side with beautiful views of Brindley Place, Birmingham. Sip on a cocktail of choice,
a beer it really doesn’t matter and have some fun in the sun.

The Button Factory
Situated in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, The Button Factory has
restored a traditional building. Watch the world go by on their roof beer garden.

The Farcroft
The Farcroft Hotel Public House & Barbeque Grill is situated in the heart of Handsworth, Birmingham.
A friendly family run pub that offers a great range of beers & ales alongside traditional Indian Barbeque.

Beer Gardens in Harborne and Edgbaston
The Blue Piano
Located in a beautiful Edwardian building in Edgbaston, Birmingham, renowned for their eclectic
music collection, The Blue Piano have a picturesque beer garden with an abundance of flowers
and plants and during those hot summer months the live music events take place outside.

The Garden House

The Garden House in Edgbaston sits within three early 19th century homes,
tucked back from the road, behind a picturesque row of grand trees. An ideal haven in which
to sit down for a leisurely Sunday lunch and a refreshing glass of cask ale.

Formerly known as the BMI building used to house the Sampson Gangee Library
for the History of Medicine, the building oozes historical greanduer.
The beer garden at The Physician in Edgbaston, Birmingham, will give you the perfect ‘picnic’ feel.

The Junction
The Junction, Harborne, is Birmingham's best-kept secret, its delightful
courtyard beer garden ideal for al-fresco dining, a lazy afternoon or just
a glass of something special on a sunny day.

The Plough
Enjoy the beautiful long summer days in The Plough’s
beer garden in Harborne, Birmingham.

Beer Gardens in Moseley and Stirchley
The Prince of Wales
Have an exciting pub experience with a unique atmosphere in the heart
Moseley village, Birmingham. The Prince of Wales has a huge
beer garden for those cheeky pints.

The Fighting Cocks
As the days get warmer the beer garden at The Fighting Cocks is the place
where the ‘sun worshipers of Moseley, Birmingham flock’.
They have a barbecue, an outdoor bar and a quirky design.

The British Oak
The British Oak’s beer garden in Stirchley has been brought to life and can
be enjoyed all year round with their tiki bar, pavilion and terrace area.

Beer Gardens in Solihull and Lapworth
The Orange Tree
The Orange Tree, Solihull, has a beautiful landscaped garden offset
by their stone fired ovens. Enjoy those summer months with their
fine food and chilled wines and beers.

The Black Boy
Looking for a Family friendly beer garden? The Black Boy in Solihull,
known for its historical past looks upon the canal side and has
a play area for children, perfect for some family-fun.

The Boat Inn

The Boat Inn pub in Catherine-de-Barnes, Solihull is a friendly pub with an extensive beer garden
close to the Grand Union Canal. An ideal location for a relaxing Sunday lunch or a drink
with friends after a walk along the canal towpath or exploring the surrounding countryside>

The Beech House
Decked out with sun chairs, The Beech House in Solihull
will make any summer day seem like a beach day!

The King’s Arms
A great pub for great taste; The King's Arms, Solihull, is a stylish
and contemporary and their beer garden overlooks the Grand Union canal in Knowle,
the perfect setting to enjoy a moment of calm in the sun.

The Navigation Inn
Watch the swans swim by at the canal side country pub,
The Navigation Inn, Lapworth.

The Boot Inn
Book your own private tepee or just enjoy being in the outdoors
at The Boot Inn’s, Lapworth, beer garden.

Beer Gardens in Earlswood
The Bulls Head
Located in the rural setting of Earlswood, Solihull, The Bulls Head is a historic
country pub with a stylish beer garden combining charm and character.

The Red Lion
The Red Lion in Solihull dates back to the 18th century and offer a warm and relaxed
atmosphere in an idyllic setting in the Warwickshire countryside. It’s a country pub oozing rural charm and
rustic character with picturesque surroundings – the perfect backdrop this summer.

Blue Bell Cider House
Sitting beside the Stratford-upon-Avon canal; near Earlswood, Solihull,
is the Blue Bell Cider House. The historic 17th century country pub offer
a beautiful beer garden, perfect for those sunny days.

Beer Gardens in Rednal and Hopwood
The Barnt Green Inn
Whether you’re looking for a pub, bar or restaurant to enjoy a three-course meal,
impromptu lunch or a quenching pint in the summer sunshine,
The Barnt Green Inn situated in the heart of Barnt Green, Rednal,
is sure to meet your requirements with their stunning beer garden.

Hopwood House
The traditional pub Hopwood House, Birmingham, is perfect for those traveling on the M42,
located close to junction 2 it has a beautiful outdoor space with a gazebo and plenty of land.

Beer Gardens in Sutton Coldfield
Brewhouse and Kitchen
Brewing their beer onsite; Brewhouse and Kitchen, Sutton Coldfield,
have a quirky beer garden illuminated in the night with fairy lights,
perfect for those summer nights.
The Duke Inn
The Duke Inn in Sutton Coldfield has a large beer garden
where you can enjoy a wide selection of real ales and spirits

The Station
The Station is right in the heart of Sutton Coldfield,
a favourite haunt for regulars and a great destination pub
for those special nights, including our famous comedy nights, live music and garden DJs.

Beer Gardens in Tamworth
The Wolferstan Arms
Soak up the sun with fantastic views surrounding the countryside,
a large children’s play area and a fabulous patio area at
The Wolferstan Arms in Shuttington village, just outside Tamworth.

The Longwood

The Longwood in Fazeley, Tamworth is a lovely local with a lush
beer garden and a huge drinks selection. Check out the range of cask ales,
craft beers and ciders; the wine list is well balanced; add cocktails,
spirits, party drinks, and tasty softies to the mix and you’ve got the mother of all bars.

The Old Crown, Wiggington

The Old Crown is a fabulous Country pub set in the village of Wigginton
on the outskirts of Tamworth. Offering a range of cask ales and a
good selection of designer Gins. Relax in the beautiful garden or the large field
at the rear of the pub to walk your dog or exercise the kids!

The Gate Inn

Head for The Gate in Tamworth if you like the sound of a friendly village pub
with a beer garden overlooking a pretty canal. Located right by the water
in Amington Village, Tamworth, this pub is perfect for lazy summer afternoons.
The little ones have a children’s play area and kids’ menu.

The Red Lion, Hopwas

The Red Lion is located just outside of Tamworth, placed along the Coventry Canal,
just outside of Hopwas Woods. Enjoy a drink in and take in the stunning scenery
while the children play in the children's playground.

Tamwoth Brewing Co

Starting brewing in 2017 our modern, bespoke 3bbl microbrewery is located
in a 16th century shop front falling within the shadow of Tamworth’s historic Norman castle.
Sit out front and watch passers by as you have a drink in the sun or cosy up in the beer garden.

The Tame Otter

With a spacious and pretty beer garden treat yourself to a
hearty dish with a glass of wine or perhaps a golden pint of cask-conditioned
real ale at The Tame Otter in Hopwas Tamworth. 

Beer Gardens in Halesowen
The Why Not Inn
Situated between Halesowen and Stourbridge, The Why Not Inn is renowned for its good beer,
quality wines and excellent meals. With plenty of outstanding reviews
and a certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor, be sure to give this cosy beer garden a try!

The Sun

The Sun at Romsley, Halesowen is a traditional country pub boasting a patio,
large beer garden, and outdoor children’s play area.
When the sun’s out, the Garden Grill cooks up fresh BBQ food to order!

The Whitley

The Whitley in Halesowen is welcoming, with staff who are knowledgeable
about real ale and about the community they serve. Recognised
in the Halesowen In Bloom event, their beer garden is a beautiful setting for a drink.

Loyal Lodge Furnace Hill

A family friendly pub, in Halesowen, serving real ales and locally
sourced freshly cooked meals from sharing platters, delicious burgers, pub classics
and not forgetting their popular Sunday roast.
A lovely friendly pub to spend a sunny afternoon in their pleasant beer garden.

Beer Gardens in Dudley and Surrounding Areas
The Hinksford Arms

The Hinksford Arms is a traditional, family run pub located on the outskirts of Kingswinford
close to the small village of Swindon. Hosting a large beer garden at the rear of the pub,
with an excellent children’s play area as well as our BBQ Hut that’s open throughout the summer!
The Hinksford Arms is also dog friendly.
The Himley House
Located in the small Staffordshire village of Himley.
Once part of the Himley Hall Estate, the pub has a rich history and a beautiful setting
to relax and soak up the sunshine with a refreshing drink.

The Summerhouse

The Summerhouse in Sedgley, Dudley is known for quality food and drink,
as well as being nationally famous for the annual Christmas lights.
Hosting a play area for the children The Summerhouse is a great place to escape for the
afternoon, unwind with a cold drink while the children are occupied!

Beer Gardens in Lichfield

The Nags Head

The Nags Head in Burntwood. Lichfield, offers a warm and friendly
atmosphere with great pub dishes, served with the occasional twist.
Kick back in their beer garden whilst you peruse the menu, drink in hand.

Beer Gardens in Redditch and Beoley
The Forest at Feckenham
The Forest at Feckenham, Redditch, is a perfect cosy spot
for soaking up the sunshine and enjoying a drink.

The Hollybush
The Hollybush, situated just off M42, in quiet and peaceful Gorcott Hill is
a family friendly Pub that also offers dining. With a beautiful lush garden where you can
sit on the patio or even on the grass and enjoy the sun all day long.
If you enjoy good beer, drinks & food then The Hollybush is perfect.

The Queens Head
Soak up that summer sun at The Queens Head, Bromsgrove,
sitting right beside the canal side this beer garden is beautiful.

Meadow Farm
Have a cheeky beverage in Redditch at the Meadow Farm’s beer garden
and leave the children to play on their playground.
The Brook Inn
The Brook is a contemporary country pub serving modern British cuisine,
fine wines & real ales, all set in the scenic countryside of Redditch, Worcestershire.
Friendly service & great food, cooked using great local ingredients.