Powys Crickhowell Beer Guide: Your Powys Crickhowell guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Powys Crickhowell

62 /100
Bacchus Off Licence (Beer Store)
1A BEAUFORT STREET
“We (me, Loz & Jude) visited here on Saturday 11th October 2014. It is located fairly centrally in town, just across and along from the long stay car park and information centre, it cannot really be missed on the main road. It is a tiny place, if you had 3-4 people in the shop at the same time it would effectively be rammed. The beers can be found on the left hand side of the shop. There isn’t a great deal of beers on offer but what there are tend to be mostly local. I guess that there were about 8-10 beers that I hadn’t had however only 2 really interested me. If you are in Crickhowell then it is certainly worth a visit, but it would be hard for me to recommend making a special journey to come here, unless of course you also like your wine which I never looked at but there seemed to be a good choice. Service was fine, not much chatter, its fine.“
Fin 2297 days ago
58 /100 BRIDGE STREET
“Had the beer in the beer garden on the banks of the river Usk which was fantastic, didn’t spend much time actually in the pub“
undercurrent25 3763 days ago
74 /100
Bacchus Off Licence (Beer Store)
1A BEAUFORT STREET
“I accidentally stumbled across this place o the last day of my holiday in the area, so unfortunately there was only room for 15 more bottles. Lots of rare Welsh beers, ciders and perries not to be found elsewhere in the area, e.g. Evan Evans, Cottage Brewery, Ffos y Ffin... Friendly staff and reasonable prices. Crickhowell is worth a visit not only because of this shop. If you’re there don’t forget to pop in next door into the Corn Exchange for a pint of Rhymnes’s superb Hobby Horse.“
Quack-Duck 4167 days ago
70 /100
Bacchus Off Licence (Beer Store)
1A BEAUFORT STREET
“Situated in the centre of town on the main A40 road. Off-licence that has a decent selection of almost exclusively Welsh beers and ciders. The beer was from the likes of Brains, Rhymney, Kingstone, Breconshire, Tomos Watkins and rareties like Pen-Lon, Dare and Ffos Y Ffin. Ciders come from Gwynt Y Ddraig, Gwatkins and Wernddu. Service was friendly, with the bottles being boxed up for me without needing to ask. A good shop.“
downender 4182 days ago
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