Can You Keep The Noise Down Please? This Is A City Centre Boozer

Birmingham in the noughties is an absolute contrast to how it was in the eighties and large swathes of the nineties, as it really is a hip and happening kind of place. Of course this befits England’s Second City and the much derided city council has made some good decisions in terms of regeneration alongside… Continue reading Can You Keep The Noise Down Please? This Is A City Centre Boozer

Come To Birmingham You Will See…

Mitchells & Butlers became a bit of a Brummie institution.  Along with Ansells and Davenports they were the behemoth brewers during my formative years of the seventies and eighties and there was even a terrace song that was certainly sung at St Andrew’s and I suspect Villa Park as well… “Come to Birmingham you will… Continue reading Come To Birmingham You Will See…

West End Prices No Problem In Weston On Trent

Whoever said the price of beer was the reason people don’t go to pubs has obviously never been to Weston On Trent. I can’t remember the last time I walked into a boozer, on a Sunday night, and saw so many people crammed into a bar. People are often searching for that X-Factor but the… Continue reading West End Prices No Problem In Weston On Trent