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

Latest reviews from Southbourne

64 /100 147 PARKWOOD RD
“Spacious, central, street corner place with the brewery plant to the rear. Five of their own beers available at our stay, good prices, and possible to buy in thirds. Quite good range of guest ales. Decent Caesar Salad and polite service. (Visited with Finn 22.10.2019).“
Rune 271 days ago
66 /100 147 PARKWOOD RD
“Huge place with meny of their own beers on. 4-5 on cask.“
Finn 288 days ago
76 /100 144 SEABOURNE ROAD
“A fairly small place in a lovely old corner building with windows all around. Woodern, open stonework and industrial look with a few hints towards the Australian name. There’s the bar area and a bunch of seating when you walk in, then another small room behind at the back. It’s really locally with a friendly crowd and very family friendly (a big plus point for me). 14 taps with a varied selection of British micros, 4 taps being cider when I visited. Unfortunately there were none of their own beers on at the time but supposedly they were coming back soon. A lovely little place that’s well worth the easy bus ride from Bournemouth.“
kermis 592 days ago
80 /100 65 SOUTHBOURNE GROVE,
“Visited before but most recently on the afternoon of New Years eve, it's a great little micropub with a small selection of real ales and a small but growing selection of fun cans and bottles. Friendly service and a great atmosphere. Well worth a visit, particularly combined with the Brewhouse & Kitchen around the corner.“
kermis 944 days ago
74 /100 147 PARKWOOD RD
“Big place with a huge a bar going around the center, a food area in the back and various seating areas all around. It’s fairly modern, but not minimalist, with brew stuff around and plenty of wood. Busy when visited on a Thursday evening but still a few seats available. 6 of their own beers were available on cask plus a selection of guests including Beavertown, Meantime, obvious Belgian beers and ciders. 1/3s available for tasting, at only 1 pound each for their own beers. Nothing of exceptional quality, but still a nice place and a welcome addition for Bournemouth. Also easy to combine with a visit to Wight Bear Ale House which is just up the road.“
kermis 1235 days ago
88 /100 65 SOUTHBOURNE GROVE,
“Brilliant micropub, the best pub in Bournemouth. Great, frendly atmosphere, great ales (and ciders) - changing all the time. It’s like a permanent beer festival with a ski chalet atmosphere.“
Bear_Beer 1602 days ago