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A fabulous pub - we held a surprise birthday party for a friend here and hosts Beena and Sanjay were really helpful and friendly. There was space to enjoy and participate in the open mike night while having our own celebrations including wonderful food and...More
Fantastic little pub, very welcoming. Incredibly knowledgeable bar staff happy to talk about the beers and find one that you like. Brewery tour is recommended - learn about the booze and Birmingham history. The chicken curry was delicious too! I'll definitely be back soon.
Visited with work colleagues and even had the unexpected surprise of a fry up for breakfast too! For which the choice was superb. And even included spaghetti hoops!
A great atmospherical pub with a massive selection of ales brewed on the premises.
Service great too!...More
We often visit Wolverhampton to catch up with family and this is a local of theirs .... each time we visit we find both the staff and the locals really friendly ..... a really nice place to go for a drink if you’re in the...More
Came here "AGAIN" on my monthly trip to Brum,it was a cold evening,so as soon as we entered the pub a warmth from the heating warmed our bones and then I spotted Electric on the tap,a pint of that I insisted,a quick glug of the...More
Having been to the Edgbaston Boutique for afternoon tea Dick requested a trip to the Gunmakers to see how much it had changed. We had a great time looking at the current photo exhibition of photos of Birmingham. Everyone was really friendly and while Mom...More
At least ten ales on the hand pulls, many brewed by the house including a range of unique porters. All under £3, a pint and served with a well informed smile on a hand crafted bar.
Unique part of the city (the gun-making quarter, still...More
Spent Saturday night at the Gunmakers with my girlfriend and some friends. I've been meaning to call in for a while as I'm a fan of Two Towers Brewery and their beers. It's a lovely pub with a nice atmosphere - it's clean and well...More
Tired and happy after shopping, a short drink in the centre and a meal, we took an Uber ride to the Gunmakers, lured by the free live music.
I tried the Fellowship ale - an interesting beer with very striking vanilla notes - and liked...More