The Lamp Tavern, Birmingham - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2139) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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Town Crier, Birmingham (0.0 miles), Queens Arms, Birmingham (0.0 miles), Eden Bar, Digbeth (0.1 miles), Carpenters Arms, Digbeth (0.1 miles), Catherine O'Donovan Free House, Birmingham (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Great Ales, friendly landlord and jolly punters. I can't say a bad word about this pub. To date I have visited this pub twice and on both occasions I have found it hard to leave. I often have a big "ales sesh" before Blues home matches. Up until a few months ago I never really given much thought or consideration going to the Lamp before matches and tended to stick more towards Birmingham City Centre (Wellington, Post Office Vaults, etc) and Digbeth High Street (The Anchor, Old Crown). For next season, The Lamp will be one pub that I will have to visit before home matches. Just a fantastic gem of a pub in the middle of an industrial wasteland.. 10/10|
bcfcsteve1 - 14 May 2013 20:59
|If you looked out the windows of this pub and saw rolling hills, a river, trees and fluffy little sheep (You`d probably had one too many!) then you could be in a place in Shropshire. Unfortunately it`s stuck out the way in Digbeth but so what..it`s a cracking boozer, friendly customers, landlord, good ales and a relaxed atmosphere..it`s a must visit place.|
Blastbeat - 1 May 2013 12:40
|Popped in after the festival last week. Great to see Eddie back. Pub was packed|
and the new beers were excellent.
Huey - 31 Oct 2012 11:24
|Visited after Birmingham Beer festival. "Rock and Roll Brewery" located on the roof here is now in full production. The pub featured 4 of their beers plus the usual Stanway and a guest. Had a good conversation with the R&R brewer, who informed me that R&R refers to rhyming with "the dole". |
PoorBeerHater - 29 Oct 2012 09:40
|Went to Brum for Football (BCFC of course!) followed by a pub crawl in Digbeth and the City Centre. Always try to find a new pub and saw that the Lamp Tavern had good reviews on Beer in the Evening.|
Called there on Saturday for a 'nightcap' on way back to the hotel and ended up staying until the early hours chatting to the staff and other punters. To say that Eddie made us welcome is an understatement! They had a good selection of well-kept local ales and Eddie astounded us all by bringing out an enormous pork pie for us.
Will definitely call again and tell my friends. Back in Brum with my partner in a couple of weeks but unfortunately our boys footie trip will not be for another year.
davidvrussell - 22 Nov 2011 11:46
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