A street corner, community pub in the city center. Cozy, relaxing and music free. Seven cask ales and some interesting ones among the seven taps. We had well-conditioned ales from Siren, Teignworthy and Blindmans which seem to be brewing a couple of house beers. Opens early. Friendly service. (Visited with Finn on a pub crawl in Bath 03.05.2017).
The Raven is a traditional 2-level freehouse with pub downstairs and dining room upstairs. The interior is does have a clean, contemporary edge to it though. They offer a decent selection of cask ale with 6 on offer on my last visit. They offer not only traditional styles, but also more unusual offerings. Last time I opted for a curry-spiced beer from Celt Experience. Better than expected. Food is above-average pub gear with pies taking pride of place on the menu. A place I always return to on visits to bath. Good pub all-round.
Very traditional pub, somewhat boring cask selection on each occasion I go there, mostly Bitters and Golden Ales, gets quite busy (even without rugby), very nice atmosphere though for which you should go (not necessarily for the beers).
Nice pub with a good selection of real ales. Also a selection of ciders, and main stream lager. 2 were "Raven" beers only avaliable at this bar. Food is pie snd mash. A selection of different pies. I’d go again.
Cool little that is pretty old and cozy. Pretty typical small English pub with a good mix of tourists and locals on a Thursday evening. The bartender was very nice and helpful; he gave my girlfriend and I a sample of each beer they had on tap and gave us all the info he knew about the beers. The selection is okay; they had some English beers I hadn’t seen before. The food looked delicious from what others were ordering but we didn’t get anything unfortunately. Prices were fair. Not an amazing place but pretty good.