Visited August 2017 with beery friends. Old style pub, seemed very local. Placed in a tinny alley, you should know it is there. Smaller place, not that many seatings, but we managed to get some. Friendly staff, and they do have a theme in this bar. Every week they serve beers from only one county, so the week after its a different county.
Nice old fashioned boozer with a pretty decent cask range... Looked good but was sadly flooded today so shut. Definitely looked a drinking mana kind if place. But barman friendly and apologetic and sadly a few beers i actually fancied
Located in a backyard close to Victoria street and Bristol Bridge and next door to the live venue Fleece. L-shaped bar and room with a traditional, charming British pub feel. We visited the pub on the first of May and enjoyed the Beeriodical, this month with ales from Dorset. Jazz music and Tom Waits in the back. Hardworking and friendly staff. (A really good beer rating session with Finn 01.05.2017).
Visited on a Friday evening in July 2015 and only a couple of minutes walk from Cornubia we could hear this place before we saw it. Next door to the Fleece this place was busy with a large crowd outside of the 2 venues. Beer wise there was an XT event occurring with a few other guests adding to the rAnge. Service was good, beer good and a CAMRA discount. Decent place.
Decent cask pub en route from station into town centre. Important historically for its role in the abolition of the slave trade.
Up to ten beers and a few ciders. Regular regional "beeriodicals" and recently added featured breweries ensure there’ usually a good selection of beers and styles available. CAMRA discount again. Can get really busy when live music on plus serves as an overspill for the fleece next door. Pool table for those that way inclined. Toilets could do with a freshen up.
Pickled eggs are as good as any.