The Bull's Head, Brum

The Bull's Head, Brum

The Davenports Bulls Head is a listed traditional Davenports Brewery, established in Birmingham in 1829, have taken on a traditional Victorian pub restored it to its former glory, including the original name, The Bulls Head. 

The pub, which has been known as the City Tavern since 1984, is only yards from the site of one of Davenports famouse original brewery on Bath Row. 

Constructed in 1901 and designed by James and Lister Lea, the ‘backstreet boozer’, will undergo a sympathetic refurbishment and reposition it’s offering. Sitting just behind the newly redeveloped Five Ways Island, it adds to a growing number of high profile changes in the area. 

Being a Davenports pub, The Bulls Head will be offering traditional, award-winning cask beers made here in Birmingham many of which have not been seen for many years, giving Brummie drinkers the chance to taste some local history. Combined with new local craft beers, unique cocktails, coffee and a grilled food menu created to perfectly compliment the new range of drinks. The new offering marks a worthy upgrade to a venue with such a long and illustrious history. 

The new pub will be the perfect independent watering hole for the new Five Ways area and offer a true feast of Brum’s past and present, with plans to old billiard room upstairs into dining/music venue.

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