3 Breweries and Taprooms to Check Out Around Solihull - The Solihull Observer

3 Breweries and Taprooms to Check Out Around Solihull

Solihull Editorial 24th Feb, 2023   0

If you are making a trip to the UK and more specifically Solihull in the West Midlands, then you might wonder where you can go to get a good pint after a long day of sightseeing. Well, this article is going to give you everything you need whenever you are thirsty and hungry, and in need of some beer!

  1. Pint Shop

Established in 2013, this is the third site of the popular Pint Shop brand. It comes with a massive selection of pints and beers that you can drink, with 21 keg craft beers along with six hand pumps, and they often cater to the younger crowd who want to get a drink and just enjoy the night and all it has to offer.

While it can be a very expensive place to wet your whistle, the range of beers, whiskies, and other drinks that the pint shop has to offer is well worth the price you will be paying!

Plus you won’t be taking on those beers alone because the shop fills your belly with some of the best, and most in season, British pub food that you can stomach. If you want to spend the night having some serious fun, you need to step into the Pint Shop.




2. The Birmingham Brewing Company

If you are looking for a beer that tastes good and makes you happy when you drink it, then the beers at the Birmingham Brewing Company are going to make you feel really good. They have a huge selection of delicious beers, along with vegan and gluten free options and locally brewed beers.


They also host regular events in their beer garden, including food and live music, so if you can try to get to the company on the day of an event to have a lot of fun! Plus, they constantly have meetings with the main brewer so you can get a look at how some of your favorite beers get made as well as learn the history behind your favorite drinks.

3. Rock and Roll Brewhouse Bar

Finally, this 100% vegan microbrewery gives you nothing but beer! They’ve got no third party lagers, no cocktails, and no other types of drinks. Instead, they just have three ever changing craft beers on the premise, and that means that no two trips to this bar are ever going to be the same. If you have a long UK vacation planned, bookend it with a few trips to this brewhouse!

4. Tips for Starting Your Own Brewery in the West Midlands

Of course, if you have explored all that the breweries in the West Midlands have to offer, and want to open up your own brewery, then you need to have a few tips to get you ahead of the competition.

First, make sure that you are taking advantage of gaps in your competitors. You might find that they don’t advertise themselves in a certain way or don’t offer a certain type of beer, so you can do that.

Additionally, as your brewery starts to grow you need to take advantage of an Alcohol business management software, which can help you keep track of inventories and the data driven numbers of your business, and that allows you to focus on the big picture of getting your beers in front of the West Midlands customers!

Enjoy Your Beer Tour Around The West Midlands

No visit to Solihull is going to be complete without stopping for a few beers, so don’t be afraid to inspect all that Solihulls’ taprooms and breweries have to offer!

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