Your guide to a guy’s night out in Birmingham

What’s better than this? Just guys being dudes. Photo via Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

Whether it’s a friend’s birthday, a bachelor party or just wanting to have a dudes’ night, Birmingham has a ton of ways to party with the guys. Here are a handful of ideas to help you make the most out of your guy’s night out.

Attend a Sporting Event

Fans go wild at a Legion FC game. Photo via Birmingham Legion FC on Facebook

Even if we don’t have a professional football team (rest in peace, Birmingham Iron), Birmingham is sports-fan heaven. Whether it’s college sports or the biggest HBCU football game in the country, there is something for every sports fan here in the Magic City.

Check out the Brewery Scene

Grab a refreshing ale from Avondale Brewing and chill out on their back patio. Photo by Lauren Bedford for Bham Now

If the guys are beer drinkers, then you came to the right city. Stop into one of Birmingham’s nine local breweries to find your all-time favorite ale. And keep an eye out for limited-time releases and exclusive concerts!

Catch a Concert

I’ve lost count of how many incredible concerts I’ve seen at Iron City. Photo via Iron City on Facebook

Nashville may be Music City, but Birmingham isn’t far behind in terms of concerts. Although you could wait around for your favorite artist to visit, why not take a leap and see a completely new act? You might find your next favorite.

Civil Axe Throwing

Photo via Civil Axe Throwing Birmingham on Facebook

I recently went to Civil Axe Throwing during a bachelor party for a close friend. Although I was skeptical at first, within five minutes I was slinging axes across the room. There is just something so satisfying about making the axe stick!

For $20 a person, you can throw all the axes you want for an hour.

What’s your favorite activity for a guy’s night? Tag us @bhamnow and let us know!

Author: Nathan Watson

Tennessee native who fell in love with Birmingham during college. Graduated from Birmingham-Southern College in 2019. Passionate about Birmingham and its continued growth.