New opening hours
MONDAY:
TUESDAY: 9am-11pm
WEDNESDAY: 9am-11pm
THURSDAY: 9am-11pm
FRIDAY: 9am-12am
SATURDAY: 12pm-12am
SUNDAY: 12pm-10pm
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Welcome to the Gunmakers Arms

The Gunmakers Arms, Two Towers Brewery's real ale pub on the edge of Birmingham's city centre, opened it's doors recently after a dramatic transformation that's got the city buzzing. Just a few minutes' walk from Snow Hill Station or a ten minute stroll from Birmingham city centre the 'new' Two Towers Brewery tap now has TEN real ale handpulls serving ales from the brewery, which, as you'll see from the huge 'shop window' revealing all, is just next door, across the beer garden (more of a courtyard, really).
New phone number for the Gunmakers Arms: 0121 238 5197.


Special Offer: HOCKLEY GOLD £18 A CASE!

We have a very limited stock of Hockley Gold we filtered and bottled for a number of special occasions. Because it has a best before date of 31 October 2017 we're letting it go for just £18 a case - that's 12 500ml bottles. At the last count we only had five cases left. They're available from the Gunmakers Arms during usual opening hours and, obviously, the offer's only valid while stocks last.


Always something going on

There's free live music, for one thing. Sundays, usually at 7.30pm, for example, there's music to end the weekend and prepare for the new week. And we're continuing our popular programme of talks, usually revealing local history and explaining science but sometimes offering something completely different.

TONIGHT

Friday 22 September 7pm. FREE LIVE MUSIC. Bluebird + Darren Smith. More info about all our events here.


Show me your Birmingham

Monday 9 October - Sunday 15 October. A major exhibition of work from both established and emerging artists, Show Me Your Birmingham will be held across both the Gunmakers Arms and Two Towers Brewery. We’re privileged to be hosting the exhibition and delighted to do so as part of our commitment to engagement with the community - in this case, Birmingham’s cultural community.
To find out more visit: the Anchor Gallery's Facebook page.