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Peaky Blinders bar to open in the UK

The venue will feature period wallpaper and lighting, Victorian fixtures, and nods to the show

Trailer: Peaky Blinders Season 4

As season 4 of Peaky Blinders rolls into town, a new bar inspired by the hit BBC series is set to open in Liverpool.

According to The Liverpool Echo, the 1920's themed bar will open in the former Cains Brewery in the city's Baltic Triangle, one of a number of new venues planned to renovate the formerly derelict location.

The bar comes courtesy of the same team behind a Peaky Blinders-named bar and accommodation in Southport, though the Liverpool version will be much larger and spread across two floors.

Plus, while the Southport version has something of a modern twist to it, the Liverpool venue will be making the most of the brewery's historical characteristics, keeping some of the original features, with the addition of period wallpaper and lighting, Victorian fixtures, and direct Peaky Blinders-inspired touches throughout.

The venue will feature draught beers and a wide selection of bottles, with fines wines and spirits also available alongside a cocktail menu. The current menu includes drinks named "The Thomas Shelby", "Naughty Ada", and "Billy Kimble's Breakfast". You can find out more here.

The final touches are currently being made to the bar and owners hope it will open to the public around 18 December.

You can read our review of the latest episode of season 4 here.

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