A new craft beer pub in Birmingham, a Leamington pub opening for breakfast and brunch, plus the return of Coventry City Centre’s Food and Drink Festival all feature in this week’s news.
Ale drinkers have a new craft beer pub to sup in. Opened on Temple Street last week, The Head of Steam offers more than 100 types of craft beer, real ale, and world beer from its 43 keg lines, bottles and cans as well as being a dog-friendly venue.
The Royal Pug in Leamington is now open for breakfast and brunch, every Tuesday to Sunday. From 9am until noon you can tuck into English back bacon in a toasted sourdough bun, American style pancakes, hash, veggie flatbreads and of course a full English.
If you are heading over to Coventry for the city centre’s Food and Drink Festival next weekend, look out for a demo by local chef Sophie Hyam, a stall from the Castle Yard Tea Rooms (which is due to open on Thursday 28th June) and Heritage Bakehouse who will be selling their authentic Godcakes, Corporation Custards and Warwickshire Pies.