BROMSGROVE’S newest pub will officially open its doors on Friday after the former post office building on the High Street underwent a £600,000 revamp.
The aptly named ‘Old Post Office’ is being run by Amber Taverns as a ‘traditional community pub’ and has brought 20 new full and part-time jobs to the town.
It offers a range of draught beers, real ales, gins and rums and has sports channel subscriptions and multiple screens so it can show a variety of sporting events.
One of the first big events will be the screening the upcoming Ruiz v Joshua fight on December 7.
The venue will also have its very own rooftop garden so revellers can enjoy a pint in the open during the summer months.
Bromsgrove District Council officers have given the application the go ahead, agreeing to the brewery’s proposal to change the building’s use from Post Office to drinking establishment.
Amber Taverns’ operations director Gary Roberts said he hoped people would head down there on Friday to see the new venue.
Amber has 150 pubs nationwide but this is the first one in Bromsgrove.
The nearest ones previously were in Gloucester, Stourbridge and Wolverhampton.