The Indian Brewery is expanding its presence in Birmingham, moving into new premises in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, St Paul’s Square.

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Jay Purewal, head brewer at The Indian Brewery

Situated on the corner of Mary Ann Street and Livery Street, within an iconic building, the new location highlights The Indian Brewery’s commitment to becoming an integral part of the local community.

“Phase one of the development will focus on making the brewery operational, ensuring the continual production of a diverse range of beers – from traditional to modern and vibrant beers – along with experimental, seasonal, and collaborative brews,” said head brewer Jay Purewal.

In phase two, the brewery will introduce a unique taproom experience, featuring an extensive number of beer taps, a games area, and theatre kitchen, with live sports on a big screen. This taproom will be distinct and separate from the existing Indian Brewery Snowhill location, known for its exceptional modern Indian street food.

“Our expansion into the Jewellery Quarter marks a significant milestone for The Indian Brewery,” said Jaspal Purewal, chief executive of The Indian Brewery.

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“We are excited to be part of such a historic and vibrant community, and we look forward to contributing to the city centre’s cultural and culinary tapestry for many years to come. In addition, we will be increasing employment within the local area, and we anticipate creating up to 30 new jobs.”

The taproom will not only showcase a diverse range of craft beers, but also offer a curated selection of natural, organic, and low-intervention wines. In addition to signature cocktails, patrons can explore the finest low-/no-alcohol beverages, ensuring a comprehensive experience for all to enjoy.

The expected opening date is May 2024, just in time for The Euros.