One of the best experiences in Birmingham is taking a little off-road trip just two miles out of its city centre to the humble yet upscale village of Moseley. Exuding artsy and creative charm, Moseley boasts one of the coolest beer gardens in Birmingham with its quirky decorated spaces. From secret cocktail bars to indie music hideaways, Moseley pubs are nothing short of paradise for the cool and refined folks. Here are some of the best Moseley pubs you ought to visit:
The Fighting Cocks
With a range of intriguing craft ales to local brews, The Fighting Cocks has become an icon in the trend-setting Moseley. The coolest bunch flock over to this upbeat bar to unwind in its perfect blend of contemporary interiors and original 1800 period features. Soak up in its warm, bohemian vibes as you enjoy a pint of some of the most innovative draughts.
The Bull’s Head
A gem standing among Moseley’s indie shops, The Bull’s Head has a wide array of over 120 of the world’s finest rum. Their Cuban cocktails are as authentic as it can be, crafted specially for you exactly as they would in Havana. With performances 6 nights each week, The Bull’s Head main draw lies with its live music and DJ nights. The bar is highly successful in attracting Birmingham’s most creative individuals and often packed to the brim. Remember to come early and mingle!
The Prince of Wales
Humble and seemingly normal looking, The Prince of Wales is hardly anything conventional. Come to this ‘traditional pub’ and be impressed by its quirky add-ons such as a tiki cocktail bar and an ultra-cool cigar shop. With about as much variety as our own Birmingham escorts gallery, you can certainly find something andindeed someone to suit in Moseley.