Neil usually looks after the taproom in a small industrial unit. There are several chairs and tables and it’s dog, family and cyclist friendly. It’s usually open on Thursdays (1700-2100), Fridays & Saturdays (1300-2200) and Sundays (1200-2000). It usually offers around a dozen of Leviathan’s own beers, with the occasional guest beer.
Quiz nights are held regularly, along with a home-brew club, and a pop-up street food wagon is often on site at weekends. A limited range of merchandise is also available. Leviathan beers are also available locally in Sutton Coldfield at Cask & Craft.
Leviathan Brewing is not far from Sutton Coldfield town centre, about 15-minutes walk from the railway station. There are a couple of craft beer bars nearby (Cask & Craft, Ale Hub and Brewhouse & Kitchen), and it’s well worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Steve James © August 2023