Traditional two-room pub offering six beers from Burton Bridge. No music, just the buzz of conversation and the palpable enjoyment of ale. Family friendly and well patronised on a Sunday afternoon. Perhaps a guest or two wouldn’t go amiss but the beers are decent and in perfect condition. Flights of 3x thirds available. One to include in any local crawl.
downender (383) Bristol, England | January 11, 2015| Updated February 1, 2015
Visited 1/12/2014. Unsurprisingly quiet on a wet Monday lunchtime but the pub was cosy and beer enjoyable. Barmaid was friendly and took the effort to change the barrel to serve me the beer I wanted, rather than suggest I choose another. Worth a visit.
Burton Bridge brewpub and flagship pub just outside Burton town centre, the bridge being over the Trent.
Couple of rooms, chattering locals, friendly enough vibe - no nonsense boozer with 5 or 6 BB beers on cask.
Busy when I’ve visited in the evening and service has always been efficient.
Probably my favourite stop on a Burton crawl.
One of the essential places to go on a Burton crawl. Traditional blokey boozer, which is decked out with comfortable furnishings and kept in immaculate order. A range of Burton Bridge ales on, as you would expect. Charming.
this is how pubs should be.I grew up in burton and now have to fly back 5000+ miles every couple of years just to drink here its the best.
SilkTork (89) Southampton, United Kingdom, England | June 27, 2008
A wonderfully traditional Midlands pub of multiple room, chip butties, no music, tv or nonsense, and 6 cask ales brewed on the premises. Fireplaces, wall benches with assorted loose cushions, flock wallpaper and half wall wood paneling, and dogs! Great atmosphere.
Beer is served a little warm for modern taste.