Anchor Inn (Birmingham)

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Anchor Inn
Anchor Inn Birmingham.JPG
View of the front of the Anchor Inn.
General information
Type Public house
Location Digbeth, Birmingham, England
Completed 1901
Design and construction
Architect James and Lister Lea
Awards and prizes Grade II listed

The Anchor Inn, in Digbeth, Birmingham, England, is one of the oldest public houses in Digbeth, dating back to 1797. The current building was constructed in 1901 to a design by James and Lister Lea for the Holt Brewery Company. The terracotta on the façade is believed to have come from the Hathern Station Brick and Terracotta Company of Loughborough. On 10 December 1991 the building was designated Grade II listed building status, along with other nearby pubs such as the White Swan. The pub won the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) award of 'Regional Pub of the Year' in 1996/7, 1998/9, 2003/4 and again 2007/8.

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Coordinates: 52°28′28.24″N 1°53′18.92″W / 52.4745111°N 1.8885889°W / 52.4745111; -1.8885889