“There isn’t anything like this in the Jewellery Quarter area."
The Indian Brewery is expanding their business venture by opening a cafe and bar in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.
At the start of the month, the company based in Great Barr announced that they are awaiting their license to begin their new venture.
The founder of Indian Brewery Jaspal Purewal, told Birmingham Mail that they are hoping to open shop in September.
The new cafe will serve Indian street food alongside the company’s craft beer.
To get a taste, they are reportedly going to serve a list of popular Indian cuisine, such as: naan, chana masala and chicken tikka.
Aiming to not disappoint customers, Purewal is infusing his love for beer alongside the public’s love for coffee and bacon sandwiches.
The space he has acquired was previously a cafe, so Purewal is also hoping to serve an impressive fusion mix, such as: a breakfast naan – with bacon, sausage or eggs.
They announced: “We feel the new flagship store will be a point for all to consume our beers along with in-house artisan coffee and street food, enabling a bond between us and you.”
The Indian Brewery is most known for their Birmingham Lager; the independent brewers have made their mark, with popular restaurants, such as Boston Tea Party, in Birmingham City Centre serving their drinks.
Even Birmingham’s busiest branches, such as Wetherspoon’s Square Peg and The Figure of Eight on Broad Street, offer their stouts and lagers to customers.
The brewery claims their secret to a Brummie craft beer is influenced by “the natural elements of our everyday living, fuelled by creative thinking, and powered to develop high quality.”
They told Birmingham Mail: “There isn’t anything like this in the Jewellery Quarter area so we hope people will welcome a different style of food.
And of course as independent brewers we hope they will give our beers a try too.”
The Brummie company aims to promote their beer and their city, so let’s hope their business expansion helps to do just that!