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

Latest reviews from Bridlington

76 /100 7 MARKET PLACE
“Very friendly and attractive pub in Brid Old Town. 2nd visit with a young child in tow. No problems and nothing too much trouble. Haven't tried the food but beer is excellent.“
Steve_Debby 590 days ago
60 /100
Board Inn (Bar)
62 HIGH STREET
“It's closed on Monday and Tuesday so this is a review from the outside of a closed pub. It does have 4 or 5 craft beers on tap. I'll have to come back and review this place on a day that it's open“
deanso 851 days ago
60 /100 NORTH MARINE DRIVE
“Bar underneath the Expanse hotel. 5 taps of craft beer with no real surprises. Free WiFi. Lovely outdoor seating area overlooking the sea and the cliffs. Free WiFi.“
deanso 851 days ago
56 /100 110 QUAY ROAD,
“4 craft beer taps. They don't brew their own beers. The brewery has moved to the Pack Horse,, Bridlington. Free wifi. They have a pleasant beer garden out back.“
deanso 851 days ago
66 /100 34-36 PROMENADE
“A nice Wetherspoons. Busy even on a Monday morning. 5 craft beer taps. Free WiFi and a beer garden.“
deanso 851 days ago
48 /100 NORTH MARINE DRIVE
“Large hotel bar on the sea front to the east of Bridlington town centre with a pleasant walk along the promenade. It resembles a canteen inside, mostly set up for reasonably priced pub grub to an older clientele. The bar is quite long with friendly staff. Good outside seating for sea views.“
imdownthepub 1896 days ago
58 /100 110 QUAY ROAD,
“Traditional, friendly pub fairly close to the Railway Station. Looks to be opened up over the years with a previous bar and lounge now more or less combined, although an entry door to each and an island bar. I went there expecting to be able to get a Bridlington Brewing Beer, but it looks to me as though they are not brewing any more, or very infrequently. Locals pub with fruity language.“
imdownthepub 1896 days ago
60 /100 34-36 PROMENADE
“Decent sized Wetherspoons between the town and the resort part of Bridlington, reasonably close to the Bus Station. It has a fairly modern feel to it with plenty of outside light getting in, lots of seating around a bar at the back of the room. All the usual Wetherspoons traits but you can tell that this is a well run pub with a team working together. Probably the best option in town for new beers.“
imdownthepub 1896 days ago
62 /100 34-36 PROMENADE
“Wetherspoon just to a short walk north from the main shopping area and despite its address is a block away from the seafront facing the main road that heads north out of town. It’s located on the corner of a t-junction with plenty of a window seating space facing into both roads that it’s outer wall spans. The service area is against the back wall and the seating is around the majority of its sides with two rows of rotating real ale pumps that make this one of the better destinations for you beer fan and ticker in this seaside town. It’s a traditional Wetherspoon pub in style and look but comfortable enough and family friendly in the main. There is a small outdoor courtyard area is to the side of the single level building.“
ManVsBeer 2227 days ago
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