Sadler’s Brewing Co. has announced the launch of Brewer’s Social Harborne, the third venue in its expanding roster which includes Sadler’s Brewhouse & Bar in Lye and Sadler’s Taproom Quinton. My brother’s father-in-law is a big Sadler’s fan and has visited both Sadler’s in Lye (for a brewery tour) as well as the Quinton Taproom, which is one of his locals.
A place to be social no matter what time of day, Brewer’s Social will be a permanent fixture (rather than just a pop-up) and will create over 20 jobs when it opens on Friday 27th September 2019 from midday, in the former home of the Sadler’s Pop-Up, on Harborne High Street. Harborne’s busy high street seems like the perfect place for Sadler’s as many local people travel into Harborne for a local night out from the surrounding areas.
Alongside Sadler’s award-winning ales and spirits, the all-day venue will offer collaborative and special edition brews; craft spirits and cocktails – and great food.
From brunch and morning coffee and cake, through lunch to an exciting evening menu featuring unique slow-cooked and BBQ dishes, sourcing and provenance of ingredients will be at the heart of everything.
Brewer’s Social’s wide-ranging menu will feature all-day brunch and light bites; home-smoked meat and fish; bar snacks; butties; cakes and pastries, and soft serve ice cream. The evening menu will offer the likes of Mud City Baby Back Ribs, Smoked Brisket in Sadler’s Ale Sauce and Truffle Mac and Cheese.
Sadler’s Brewing Co. managing director, Chris Sadler, said: “We want the ‘social’ part of the name to really mean something and for Brewer’s Social to appeal to everyone, with special community events, brewing collaborations and fundraising for local charities.
“Following the success of the Harborne Pop-Up, the logical next step was to install a kitchen and expand the offering; we’re really excited about this new chapter – with lots more in the pipeline.”