New Beer 'Last Train Home' Now Available in Birmingham City Centre

New Beer 'Last Train Home' Now Available in Birmingham City Centre
Authored By Chris Dew

Anybody who’s visited our Brewery & Bar and seen how close we are to Lye train station will understand why trains are so close to our heart. The easily accessible nature of Sadler’s Brewing Co. means it’s the ideal place to leave the car at home, try a few craft beers (brewed on site) and enjoy some live music on a weekend before catching the last train home.

So when West Midlands Railways approached us with the idea of brewing a Beer for them to celebrate cheaper and later trains into the night, well, we were delighted! 

The aptly-named ‘Last Train Home’,  is the light and refreshing Session IPA which has been brewed to celebrate West Midlands Railway’s £2.50 Evening Return. Plus, the introduction of more evening and later trains across various locations of the network after working hours and over the weekends.  

‘Last Train Home’ has been brewed at a lower ABV to create an enjoyable session ale. The flavour profile has been maximised through a process known as ‘Dry Hopping’. 

So where Can I Try ‘Last Train Home’

If you’d like to try this full-flavoured yet light IPA, we’re pleased to announce it will be available in Birmingham City Centre’s Best Pubs from August 23rd 2019

Head of Steam

36 Temple St, Birmingham B2 5DP

With an extensive beer, wine and spirits range, great food offers and frequent Tap Takeover events, The Head of Steam Birmingham is a destination for beer-lovers and those looking to spend their downtime with friends and family.


Pint Shop

38 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5SN

Birmingham’s newest Craft Beer Bar & Dining Rooms. Pint Shop Birmingham came about after it’s owners visited the city. They instantly fell in love with the people, and city vibes. Situated in an old office building dating from 1860, Pint Shop brings great Craft Beer, Pub Grub & copious amounts of Gin to Birmingham.


Old Joint Stock

4 Temple Row W, Birmingham B2 5NY

A real gem of a second-city pub, The Old Joint Stock serves up traditional food and ale in the stunning surroundings of a Grade II listed building. With its magnificent decor, welcoming atmosphere and a studio theatre, it is the perfect venue for a drink with friends!


Eagle & Tun 

54 New Canal St, Birmingham B5 5RH

The Eagle & Tun sits in a beautiful Victorian building which has stood for over 100 years. Enjoy their range of Cask and Keg beers with some classic Indian cuisine.

Cosy Club

33 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5SN

Cosy Club can be found on Bennetts Hill just a short walk from Birmingham New Street station. Reminiscent of a Victorian Parlour, Cosy club has a wow factor as soon as you walk in the door.  At Cosy Club, they claim to serve up a sense of being somewhere special with a hint of nostalgia and it really hits the mark. Think mansion splendour meets village hall eccentricity. From a lazy breakfast to family lunch or a night out in your glad rags, we're set apart by the character of our team, elegance of our design and quality of our food and drink. They really know how to put on a party.


The Wellington

37 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5SN

The Wellington is renowned for its wide range of real ales. Backed by Black Country Ales, The Welly is home to over 27 hand pulls alongside a huge range of whiskies and Gins. The Wellington doesn’t offer food, however guests are more than welcome to order a takeaway to be delivered to the pub. They provide plates, cutlery and condiments.

Lost & Found

8 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5RS

Taking its inspiration from Victorian era, this playful bar  exhibits curiosities throughout. Enjoy a pint of ‘Last Train Home’ with  incredible menu ‘gourmet’ sandwiches, seared scallops with chorizo, smoked duck noodle salad and lemongrass crème brûlée. 


Post Office Vaults

84 Pinfold St, Birmingham B2 4AY

This cosy little underground pub (with it’s humble red door on New Street) offers 8 perfectly kept real ales. The Post Office vaults is possibly most renowned for it’s impressive range of foreign bottled beers which currently stands at 259. Similar to The Wellington, The Post Office Vaults doesn’t offer food but don’t let that stop you. Enjoy your pint of ‘Last Train Home’ with a takeaway ordered to the pub.

 

  

BONUS VENUE

Sadler’s Brewhouse and Bar 

2, Conyers Trading Estate, Station Drive, Stourbridge DY9 8ER

What list of excellent bars accessible by train would be complete without mentioning our very own Sadler’s Brewhouse & Bar? With an extensive range of well-kept cask beers brewed on site, Premium spirits from around the globe, live music every Friday and Saturday and brewery tours every Saturday - what’s not to like?



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