The Indian Brewery team have been busy expanding into the archway next door and are now serving up their home-brews and Indian street snacks in a bigger and brighter space on Livery Street.
The new and improved Indian Brewery now seats 90 people with plenty more standing room too. Diners get a direct view of the glass cellar and can see their favourite brews dispensed through the pumps.
The newly expanded site under the Snowhill railway arches launched on 3 January.
A ‘Made In Birmingham’ sign hangs in the entrance as a nod to the local producers, talent and contractors they work with.
Two talented local artists, Seven 9 Signs and Dan Griffin-Hayes, have been working around the clock to create Indian inspired bespoke artwork on the walls.
They have also spent over £6,000 on the indoor heating system so it will always feel like an Indian summer in the bar!
Founded by Jaspal Purewal, 23, The Indian Brewery supplies Birmingham Lager, Indian Summer, Bombay Honey, Peacock and IPA to Birmingham venues including Harvey Nichols and Connolly’s.
Birmingham Lager is still their most popular seller, but the bar is also pouring new brew Koko - a chocolate and cocoa infused beer.
Also on offer are 10 keg beers, 5 cask ales and over 100 different craft beers in bottles and cans.
Owner Jaspal Purewal said,
“The Indian Brewery has always been drinks focussed but the past year has shown that our food offering has been just as popular. With an expanded new food menu and a cocktail list, we’re sure it will satisfy more hungry appetites to come. We also have new teas likes the Baileys chai and new desserts too.“
Since last January, the team has expanded from just two to twenty, a sign of the Indian Brewery's growth and success.
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