Thornbridge Brewery is hoping to have the new bar open before the summer.
It will not brew beers on the premises, but bring the ales down from its Peak District base in Bakewell.
The company is best known for its American-style IPA Jaipur (5.9%) which has won more than 100 awards worldwide and is claimed to have a "six dimensional hop experience".
The news comes just weeks after it was revealed another craft beer pub Head of Steam will open in nearby Temple Street this year.
Thornbridge’s export manager James Buchanan said: “I wish we could have come to Birmingham sooner – we always have a great time at the Birmingham Beer Bash.”
The site will be a join venture with York-based craft beer wholesaler Pivovar UK, with the two companies looking to create ten new nationwide sites over the next five years.
A spokesman said: “Thornbridge and Co pubs will provide an expanding market with a quality craft offering and the opportunity for the full range of Thornbridge beers to be available to more people.
“Both our businesses have a fantastic standing within the industry.
“We have been brewing for 13 years with a wealth of awards and currently run eight pubs in Sheffield.
“The award-winning Pivovar group currently own eight bars across the UK as well as their nationwide craft beer wholesale business.”
Thornbridge Brewery CEO Simon Webster said: “We have a real passion for pubs and want to introduce our beers to a wider market.
“This gives us the opportunity to work towards ensuring our beer is present in every corner of the country!”
Pivovar owner Jamie Hawksworth added: “Over the last 12 years we have created award-winning bars supported by our own drinks wholesale division which delivers a supply chain within our estate.
“We are now thrilled to be joining forces with our friends at Thornbridge to roll out more amazing bars offering access to their beer range alongside our existing drinks portfolio.”