Through a quirky twist of fate, Broood Hinckley was our first pub. Set within the Prince of Wales pub on Coventry Road, Hinckley, this is a two roomed pub, (including a snug, which is also our ex forces lounge).
We aim to be the real ale destination of choice for Hinckley and Nuneaton.
It has a big function room upstairs available for free hire for groups of any nature.
Outside is a sunny and pleasant beer garden, with a BBQ, covered seating.
Adorned front and back with hanging baskets, it is a lovely setting both inside and out, for time out, or a party with friends.
Regular beer festivals take place with plenty of space to set up stillage, and as much sitting as visitors require.
Broood@VinQuatre is at 24 King Street Leicester. It is an iconic bar that has entrances on two thoroughfares. One the one side entrance is from King Street, and on then other it opens on the Conservation Area of New Walk.
Broood Leicester was formerly Vin Quatre, which many will remember fondly from the 1990’s when it was the most profitable bar per square foot in the UK. In recognition of it’s illustrious past, we have referenced the name for the new venture.
Later it became Out Of the Vaults, which was a destination point for “real ale” lovers from across the country.
On route to Leicester City and Leicester Tigers, and with BT Sport showing top matches in both codes, it is a destination point for the city’s sports fans. We welcome visiting supporters to enjoy our convivial and safe atmosphere.
Now in this incarnation, it is destined to be Leicester’s premier real ale bar. It is offering a unique take on Piri Piri chicken, as a main food offering.
Frankly what can be better than Chicken and Beer.
Open from as early as 8am to offer fresh coffee and cobs, through to at least 11pm each night, Broood is designed to cater for each and every taste.
Fine wines and Premium Gin and Vodka, means that those whose tipple is not beer are also catered for.