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A selection of the 11 cask ales at that are available at The Craven Arms in Birmingham, England.

A selection of the 11 cask ales at that are available at The Craven Arms in Birmingham, England.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub's past owners, Holders.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub’s past owners, Holders. You can view the exterior here.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub’s past owners, Holders.

The Craven Arms is a popular Birmingham pub owned by Black Country Ales. Located near the Mailbox, the Grade II-listed pub has a stunning exterior with blue and gold tiling featuring the pub’s past owners, Holders.

The White Swan is a Grade II listed pub located in the Digbeth area of Birmingham. It dates to around 1899-1900 and was built for the Ansells Brewery. The interior features a large L-shaped bar complete with heating pipes that are used as footrests and some stunning tile work particularly in the main entrance corridor.

The White Swan is a Grade II listed pub located in the Digbeth area of Birmingham. It dates to around 1899-1900 and was built for the Ansells Brewery. The interior features a large L-shaped bar complete with heating pipes that are used as footrests and some stunning tile work particularly in the main entrance corridor.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.

According to Wikipedia, the Anchor Inn in Digbeth, Birmingham, England dates back to 1797 with the present building dating to 1901 when it was built for the Holt Brewing Company. The pub was designated Grade II listed building status in 1991 and is a CAMRA 'Regional Pub of the Year' on numerous occasions.

According to Wikipedia, the Anchor Inn in Digbeth, Birmingham, England dates back to 1797 with the present building dating to 1901 when it was built for the Holt Brewing Company. The pub was designated Grade II listed building status in 1991 and is a CAMRA ‘Regional Pub of the Year’ on numerous occasions.

The Victoria is a quirky pub located near New Street Station in the centre of Birmingham, England. The building dates back to the 19th century and is located next door to the New Alexandra Theatre. The inside has an interesting decor with odd paintings of giraffes and lions in clothes and artwork on the ceiling. Four ales are avilable along with keg offerings from Brooklyn and Freedom. They specialise in cocktails and their trained staff will attempt to make anything you want. They also have one of the best selections of whisky and bourbon in the city.

The Wellington in Birmingham, England features an impressive 16 cask ales that are forever changing. They do a great job of informing people when the beers change and you can view a live list of their beers on their website. You can read a review of the pub on Travels with Beer.