Birmingham Acocks Green Beer Guide: Your Birmingham Acocks Green guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Birmingham Acocks Green

46 /100 1146A WARWICK ROAD
“Quite a basic Wetherspoons on the main Shopping Street in Acocks Green. Felt a little run down on my visit. Rather a disappointing beer choice that I could see, I resorted to a can. I would much prefer going to the Inn on the Green just a short distance away.“
imdownthepub 1295 days ago
82 /100 2 WESTLEY ROAD
“This is a big, old school boozer by a large and confusing traffic island, the green itself must have gone decades ago. My visit was during on of their very popular Beer Festivals, which they have 4 times a year and are well worth visiting. There is a large bar area with 6 hand pulls, the keg beers are sold in the attached Bottle Shed, the festival beers were also on a stillage in the Bottle Shed seating area. Really great and friendly staff. Well worth a trip.“
imdownthepub 1295 days ago
70 /100 2 WESTLEY ROAD
“Really this is part of the Inn on the Green but run separately, however you do have to summon the staff from the pub at times and the seating is within the pub or there is a small room to the right. There is a bank of keg fonts behind the bar, all in operation on my visit with a good range of UK sourced beers. The fridges were only half full but a decent range, I was told that some of the bottles had been moved to their new sister pub in Harborne. Well worth a visit when in the locality.“
imdownthepub 1295 days ago
74 /100 2 WESTLEY ROAD
“Attached to the Inn on the Green which is a great pub in its own right. The Bottle Shed is a small craft only bar with seven taps and a solid bottle selection. The small bar area seats around 12 people but the quiet, cosy, character packed room next door seats around 30 more. Worth a visit. Shame that only three of seven beers were available on my most recent visit but at least they were quality. Friendly service. Thirds and half pints only.“
jmgreenuk 1317 days ago
58 /100 2 WESTLEY ROAD
“A large open plan old skool boozer catering mainly for the locals. A former Birmingham CAMRA pub of the year. They have six cask ales and a small bottle selection. On my visit they sadly only had three cask ales though which was disappointing. Friendly service and wifi. Probably the main reason for coming here is to visit the Bottle Shed next door which is more in line with the needs of most RateBeerians.“
jmgreenuk 1363 days ago
58 /100 1146A WARWICK ROAD
“Distinctive for two reasons, firstly it has a dividing wall between a best room and the bar area, although in reality both are furnished the same in traditional Wetherspoon decor. The second is that this unusually feels like a local pub rather than suits all pub this chain is known for. It is small and intimate and a touch intimidating. However ales are served on two rows of pumps either side of the partition. There’s a small patio out back but it backs onto a concrete car park.“
ManVsBeer 3105 days ago
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