Adam & Eve (public house)

Adam & Eve (Public House)

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Adam & Eve (public house)

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The Adam & Eve is a public house located on the corner of Bradford Street and Warner Street, in Deritend, Birmingham, England. There has been a public house of this name in this location for at least 200 years.

The Adam & Eve is the only public house remaining on Bradford Street. At one time there were over twenty. <!--NB The Grapes is actually located on Rea Street-->


The Adam & Eve is an uncommon pub name. However, it is connected to the drinks trade through the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers who incorporated Adam and Eve in their crest.

Original building

The future site of the Adam & Eve is marked on an estate plan drawn by Samuel Bradford in 1748. However its first recorded licensee, John Robinson, does not appear in the Warwick Licensing and Justices records until 1801.

Pubs in Deritend were also licenced by Bordesley magistrates but their names were not recorded. Robinson appears in these records for 1787–1800 and so may also have been the landlord during this period.

The original building's layout is described in an 1837 rate book for Aston. This lists a back-part, a washhouse, a stable and a house fronting Warner Street, as each part of the property was subjected to a separate rate.

Current premises

In 1889, the Adam & Eve was taken over by the Brewers Investment Corporation Ltd who set about remodelling it. Large windows and fascia boards were added, making it similar to...
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