Saw this brewery serves beers,when waiting for the bus back to Birmingham. A bustrip with an hour voluntarily postponed, to take a look inside. Very spartan place in a wharehouse, you see the brewery behind the bar, beer thats prepared to ship are visible.I saw 6 taps with 2 of their ales, 1 tap with Wrexham lager and one cider.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 5/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 12/20
Sparten and basic, open plan single area bar. It is really just a small space within the brewery building that is open to the public. Little racks of bottled beers and a table of brewery badged stuff for sale along with a few chairs and a bar. Usually two hand-pulls of Ironbridge beers available with a cask cider too.
Can get very cold in the winter months but it is cheap to drink in here: I take guests when ever I can. Dave the brewer or his wife are normally behind the bar, so you can have a chat about the beers while sampling them.
The actual brewery is right behind the bar frontage with stairs to the side: you are virtually drinking in the brewery I suppose.
Toilets are rustic but clean.