Birmingham Beer Week #BrumBW17

A picture of burning soul brewer, thousand trades, wildcat tap for Birmingham craft beer week #bbw17 for the Beer Yeti reviewSo it’s finally coming to Birmingham, a week where we can celebrate the second city’s amazing beer scene!

Over the past 18 months, there’s been a sudden buzz of excitement with craft beer bars like The Wildcat Tap, The Bottle Shed, Clink and the Indian Brewery with their cracking little tap house/ eatery, transforming Brum’s beer culture. This matched with an explosion of activity on the brewing side of things has meant that Birmingham’s slightly lack lustre (to date) beer scene is finally springing into life with brewers Birmingham Brewing Co, Thousand Trades, Glass House Brewing joining the already acquainted Two Towers Brewer and Burning Soul Brewery.

A picture of burning soul brewer, thousand trades, wildcat tap for Birmingham craft beer week #bbw17 for the Beer Yeti review

A picture of burning soul brewer, thousand trades, wildcat tap for Birmingham craft beer week #bbw17 for the Beer Yeti review

#BrumBW17 will be bringing together a fine mix of the city’s finest breweries, pubs, bars, bottle shops and restaurants from 21st to 30th July 2017!

So here’s “the list” of the venues announced so far, who will be running fun and exciting events, with good music, food and of course GREAT BEER!

The Wildcat Tap
Post Office Vaults
Cherry Reds
BrewDog Birmingham
Clink
The Dark Horse

Plus exclusively, The Village Moseley and The Wolf Birmingham have just confirmed that they will also be participating, with more venues expected to be announced in the next couple of days, so stay tuned!

A picture of burning soul brewer, thousand trades, wildcat tap for Birmingham craft beer week #bbw17 for the Beer Yeti review

Brum is finally catching up with the likes of Leeds, Bristol and Manchester in what has been known as the great Craft Beer Revolution in the UK. So what better time to launch a beer week than in a year that has shown so much promise and has by far been the best year so far for Birmingham’s Craft Beer Scene.

For more info, check out their Website, Facebook and Twitter!