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Pure Bar and Kitchen, Birmingham - pub details

Address: 28-30 Waterloo Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B2 5TJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 43579) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Birmingham New Street (0.2 miles), Birmingham Snow Hill (0.3 miles), Birmingham Moor Street (0.4 miles)

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user reviews of Pure Bar and Kitchen, Birmingham

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I think it's called Pure Craft Bar and Kitchen. Nearly all the trad beers were Purity but did include a lovely black beer. There was also a beer from Roosters brewery. Very busy and loud on Saturday. A not untypical city centre venue but at least serving decent beer.
Steamer1 - 16 Nov 2016 22:19
This was our first visit to this very expensive Birmingham city centre bar. The surroundings are modern, with an open kitchen at one side. Seating is available both above ground and down below in a basement. £28 for a round of 6 pints seemed somewhat steep for Birmingham. Pure Gold, Ubu & Mad Goose were available from Purity, along with Roosters YPA & Kirkstall Black Band Porter and a decent range of keg and bottled beers. Not really our sort of pub. Plenty of places within easy walking distance with a better ale selection.
blue_scrumpy - 5 May 2015 21:13
It's the type of place where you'll never get a seat because people will sit there for hours nursing a single pint because they have paid well over a fiver for some exotic pilsner and it's fashionable to be there. I stuck to the Pure UBU last night - mainly because I like it but partly because it wasn't a ridiculous price. City kitchen bars aren't really my thing but, for what it was, it was fine.
paul_d102 - 23 Nov 2014 15:41
I've been a few times now. It's the flagship pace for the Purity Brewery. The real ales are from their stable plus a few others. There are also some foreign beers on draught and a selection of bottled beers. This is all good if a little expensive (but no worse than other craft beer places).

The food looks nice but i haven't tried it. I don't like this place on Friday nights as it is packed to the gunnels with braying people in smart outfits. The acoustics in the place are awful which makes it difficult to have a conversation when its busy.

It's the sort of pace where I like to pop in for one or two before moving on.
SGA - 21 Jun 2014 10:50

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