samsomuk (71) Bridgwater, England | August 9, 2017| Updated August 20, 2017
Vaulted cellar bar with attentive, patient staff. Good range of cask & keg, bonus that they have Duchesse du Bourgogne on permanently. Thirds/flights served. Can be noisy when busy but it adds to the atmosphere. Slightly eerie down there when it’s quiet. Worth a visit for the range. Always worth a look in the fridges downstairs
Visited August 2017 with beery friends. Great stop on the tour. Going downstairs into a cave looking pub. Twinroomed, large bar in the first room and a dining area in the second one. Good selection of beers on tap as well as bottle. Beers served in good condition and with a smile from the staff. Wifi available.. For sure I will be back next time in Bristol ....
A pizza place you dont have to have pizza... Goid mix of cask and keg... Basement dungeon bar with lits of space and tables... I git left alone to find beers i wanted and good service when ready... Beer was ok. But didn’t have anything special
Solid beer destination in The Beermuda Triangel of Bristol. A bottle shop upstairs and downstairs a brick-vaulted cellar pub in two section, one for eating and one for drinking. Large bottled range, 12 keg lines and 12 on cask. Popular on a Saturday evening. I had a tasty Ham & Mushroom pizza and a few regional sourced cask ales. Friendly service offering tasters of their draught beers. A good banter this one (Visited with Finn 29.04.2017).
Bar in a vaulted cellar, was very busy (late on a Saturday night), was very loud! 20+ taps pouring a selection of some interesting keg and not overly interesting cask. Pizza from the kitchen was really good