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Bundobust, Birmingham

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38 Bennetts Hill
Birmingham
B2 5SN
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Delboy 20 left this review about Bundobust

My first visit since it was the Pint Shop. Very bright and cheerful inside. I went for a Bundobust / Thornbridge collaboration which was excellent and only £4.20 a pint which is pretty good for City Centre. The food smelt great and there were plenty people eating. The craft beer choice was extensive so something for everybody. Much as I miss the Pint Shop this is still well worth visiting.

On 9th February 2024 - no rating submitted
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Blue Scrumpy left this review about Bundobust

I was last in these premises back in October 2019, when I really rated it as a branch of the Pint Shop chain. Now, it is much brighter inside and is part of the Bundobust chain. The layout is very much as I remember it, with the bar in front of you as you enter, against the left-hand wall, with various seating areas scattered around.

There are 4 handpulls on the bar. 2 were clipped for my visit with a Bundobust/Thornbridge collaboration called Golden Ale, alongside Salopian Darwin's Origin. Meanwhile, the craft beer selection is much more extensive - Bundobust Chaitro, Bundobari, Perla, Dhania, Ekia El Dorado, East Is East, Manak & Dhoop, Bundobust/Northern Monk Mango Lassi Dazzler, Bundobust/Attic Brum-Dobust, Bundobust/Braybrooke Night Market, Yonder Strawberry & Lychee, Glasshouse Plus & Northern Monk Eternal. The cider was Bundobust/Hogan's Imli. Whether these are all really collaborations or not, I'm not sure. But, if so, they're certainly doing a lot of collaborating!

I opted for the Thornbridge Golden Ale collaboration, which was quite nice, considering I'm not normally a fan of golden ales. It was also good preparation before heading to Thornbridge's own pub (the Colmore), just around the corner.

Food, as per their other branches is Indian vegetarian. I believe I was the first customer in, but a few other office workers started arriving for their lunches soon after me.

I preferred this venue when it was the Pint Shop, but it's still a decent addition to an area rich in decent pubs/bars.

On 29th September 2023 - rating: 6
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Will Larter left this review about Pint Shop

Next door to but completely different from the Wellington, as there is an obvious emphasis on keg beers here: over 20 lines available. The six hand pumps had a variety of styles when I was here: Timothy Taylor Landlord, Maggs Mild, Adnams Old and three modern pale ales. There were a few people here at Saturday lunchtime, some watching the football on TV, though not as many as at the Wellington. There are three separate rooms and a drinking area in front of the bar, all nicely done up with a mix of repurposed timber and bare brick walls. On the whole I prefer the Wellington for its larger range of well-kept real ales, though it has an issue with over-crowding, and the Joint Stock for its classy architecture, though the beer is over-priced. This one could grow on me, I suppose.

Date of visit: 26th October 2019

On 18th February 2020 - rating: 7
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Birmingham Snow Hill, 0.32 miles, 6 min walk (show)
Birmingham New Street, 0.42 miles, 8 min walk (show)
Birmingham Moor Street, 0.48 miles, 9 min walk (show)
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9th Feb 2024, 20:37
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17th Dec 2023, 19:30
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