POSTED: 25 March 2019

The Indian Brewery to open taproom and street food joint in the heart of Solihull


Jaspal Purewal (CEO) of The Indian Brewery has announced that Indian Brewery will be opening its second taproom and street food joint in the heart of Solihull town centre.

Jaspal Purewal (CEO) of The Indian Brewery has announced that Indian Brewery will be opening its second taproom and street food joint in the heart of Solihull town centre. Indian Brewery Solihull will be looking to open before summer 2019.

A unique offering that is second to none. Different, innovative and awesome. Birmingham brewed craft beers (flagship beer Birmingham Lager) and Indian street food, Indian Brewery Solihull will be the second taproom provided by The Indian Brewery.

The Solihull taproom and street food joint will have a public capacity of approximately 100 people and will have a “Good vibes only” attitude. There will be communal seating along with tables for two and a great bar area in a casual industrial artistic setting.

Visitors can expect a fantastic beer selection of self-brewed craft beers on tap along with guests in addition to an innovative Indian street food menu. If you haven’t seen the famous “FAT NAANS” or “INDIAN FISH & CHIPS” we highly recommend you check out the official Instagram: @IndianBrewery.

The overall vibe will be like the first establishment, Indian Brewery Snowhill. Visitors can expect an awesome playlist with mixed culture tunes, an open glazed beer cellar along with an open plan kitchen and hand painted artwork.

Why Solihull? – “After the launch of our first taproom (Indian Brewery Snowhill) we’ve received such positivity from the public which has been the key factor for us to open our second site.” Jaspal had studied at Solihull college and knows the town very well.

“In Solihull there’s not many independent businesses, there’s a load of mainstream companies out here and we’ve seen an opportunity to offer our locally-brewed beers and innovative Indian street food. We will be increasing employment within the local area and working with local organisations to really shout about Solihull."