An artist’s impression of how the front of Head of Steam Birmingham will look

 

Camerons Brewery is to continue its UK pub expansion with the opening of its 13th Head of Steam venue in Birmingham, in May next year.

Camerons will begin work on the site of the former Temple Street Social venue in February.

The Head of Steam, which showcases a diverse range of world and UK beers, will have 20 keg lines with a selection of rotating craft beers, ten cask ale lines, including beers and real cider from around the region and beyond, plus a selection of premium cocktails, wines, spirits and soft drinks.

The food menu will be an eclectic mix of traditional British favourites, Americana and world flavours. Many of these dishes will be made using the great drinks range as ingredients, allowing the team and guests to explore pairing the innovative beer range with food choices.

The pub will have an open feel, with the entire frontage of the site unfolding to create the feeling of being outside while in the venue. This will form one of the key design features as Camerons looks to innovate not only with its beer range but with its customer experience, too.

Camerons chief executive, Chris Soley, said: “As part of our expansion plans we have been looking at venues across the UK, and the Midlands was a key area we identified for our Head of Steam venue.

“Birmingham is such a vibrant UK city, and an area which has a growing craft beer scene. We feel our bar will further enhance this offer and we’re very excited about what will be a key venue within our group.

“This Birmingham venue will be Camerons’ highest ever single site investment into a pub and we feel we will offer a unique customer experience.”