1000 Trades is an independent neighbourhood bar and kitchen in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

We’re now open!

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We champion all forms of craft over three floors of our nineteenth century building – built as a jewellery workshop and latterly playing host to a badge factory.

That starts with craft beer and natural wine, runs through a rotating kitchen with our resident chef, all to a soundtrack prepared in partnership with Birmingham’s music community. With the artwork of local artists showcased throughout the building. 1000 Trades has space available for community and private events. We are particularly keen to support activities consistent with our craft philosophy.



This is the city of one thousand trades and 1000 Trades has always backed Birmingham with all that we have. To support you during lockdown, we are making our booze available on a click & collect basis: draught beer, bottles & cans plus natural wine on tap....
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Keeping you safe and happy in the pub

Yesterday, the prime minster announced that pubs must: Close by 10pm Only operate with table service No problem, that is how we have done things since reopening. “From 4 July,” one MP said in late June, “it is pretty much your patriotic duty to go out and enjoy...
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First week back…

Next year in Jerusalem, we said. In the end, it did not take us that long to reopen as a bar and kitchen. Many thanks to everyone who has come down to 1000 Trades in the past week. Most crucially, we hope everyone felt safe and enjoyed themselves. You will have noted...
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This way to the unfinished revolution

The Tet Offensive. The Prague Spring. The assassinations of Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King. The Black Power salutes at the Mexico Olympics. ‘The White Album’ by the Beatles. 1968 was a wild and epic year. Two years later, The International Times reported:...
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Summer Brunch is now available every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm. See a sample menu here. Sunday roasts will return in September.