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

Latest reviews from Bridport

78 /100 15 WEST STREET
“Visited just after lockdown April 2021, but just before the rules are relaxed to allow seating inside. So we took one of the numerous 2-seater tables outside and an older chap came with his notepad to take our order, beer list from memory, just about. Seemed to be an equal choice of cask and keg, three local box ciders. I got a cask stout and keg maple coffee porter, both in great condition. Seems to be a popular place, every time we drove through Bridport during our stay all the tables were full. Shame we couldn't experience it properly, but definitely seemed to be the place to head to in this small town.“
minutemat 427 days ago
86 /100 15 WEST STREET
“Lovely one roomed microbub with cooled beer stillage to rear. Ever changing selection of great ales. A winnner!“
JimGent 1887 days ago
56 /100
Palmers Wine Store (Beer Store)
WEST BAY ROAD
“As Scopey notes, this is primarily a wine shop. However, if you want to try Palmer’s beers in the bottle or buy some of its draught beer to take away, this is the best place to come. Worth a visit if in the area.“
downender 2005 days ago
62 /100 2 EAST STREET
“Smallish Wetherspoons that is located right at the heart of Bridport. Located in an old building, with several separate rooms and a courtyard also available for drinkers’ use. Beer range was fairly standard, but there were a couple of local Dorset ales. Fine.“
downender 2005 days ago
74 /100
Tiger Inn (Bar)
14-16 BARRACK STREET
“A welcome freehouse in ’Palmer’s town’ that offers beer from a range of breweries including Gyle 59, Tapstone, St Austell and Butcombe, plus several ciders. Prices are reasonable for West Dorset and the service was welcoming. A good pub. Offers bed and breakfast - the last time I visited, a group of Jurassic Coast walkers were being dropped off outside by their tour company.“
downender 2005 days ago
58 /100
Palmers Wine Store (Beer Store)
WEST BAY ROAD
“This is a Wine Store owned by the Palmers brewery which is located next door. Please note that they do have their own car park behind the shop, so no need to use the one for the brewery. It is important to understand this is first and foremost a wine shop with a good range of international wines. In addition to that they do have the full bottled range of Palmers (including the Applebee ciders) and 3 cask ales for growler fill. Bottles available individually or by the case. There is also a bit of merchandise tucked in the corner. Service was pleasant and friendly. Not really somewhere I would go out my way for, but if are in town why not?“
Scopey 2294 days ago
62 /100 2 EAST STREET
“In a period building right by the T-juncton of the two main commercialised streets in the town centre, this is a multi-roomed Wetherspoon offering the usual menus and rotating selection of ales. Although the style is familiarly traditional for this chain there’s a couple of features that are fairly distinctive including an attractive inner courtyard area and a serving area with windows behind it that look out into the alleyway at the side of the building.“
ManVsBeer 2867 days ago
82 /100 34 EAST STREET
“Visited on 20/04/10. This cider pub / pizza and pie restaurant is sited in the converted stable block of the Bull Hotel, hence the name. The entrance is from Chancery Lane, which is to the hotel’s rear and can be accessed by a marked foot passage from East Street. Note that there is no access via the hotel itself. Inside, an excellent 45 or so ciders were on offer, 4 on tap including Burrow Hill, 12 from polypins and bag in the boxes which were a mix of well known Westons and Thatchers brands and rare local ciders such as Lulworth skipper, Bridge Farm and Cider by Rosie, and 30 or so in the bottle including what looked like the full Sheppys range. Bottled ales, including those from Exmoor and Butcombe, are available, as are bottled lagers and Staropramen on tap. The food is good too, with decent pizzas and savoury pies. There was a deal on the Tuesday I visited - £10 for a pizza, salad and half of cider. Service was welcoming and enthusiastic with tasters of cider being routinely offered. One of the best cider pubs I have been to, and a welcome change from Palmers in Bridport. UPDATE 10/07/2013 There are other Stables at No13 Custom House Quay, Weymouth and next to the Watershed in Bristol.“
downender 4452 days ago
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