In marketing speak, ZERODEGREES “is a pioneering drinking and dining concept at the forefront of the emerging trend towards fresh, handcrafted beers brewed by microbreweries”.
Created in 2000, ZERODEGREES can be found in 4 locations around the UK – Cardiff, Reading, Bristol and London. Each ZERODEGREES brews its own beer on-site and integrates the brewing equipment into each buildings architecture giving them a futuristic appearance.
The beers available are a pale ale, a black lager, a pilsner, a wheat beer, a fruit beer (currently mango) and a special beer. The special beer is currently a 6 Nations stout and a couple of months back they had a really nice apple and cinnamon wheat beer.
The beers are reasonably priced with the the fruit beer costing £3.20, the special beer costing £2.90 and the others costing £2.80. During happy hour the beers drop to £2. All beer is also available in 4 pint containers and 5l kegs.
The food they serve is pretty good and they specialise in pizzas which are hand-made and cooked in large traditional wood-fired ovens.
I would have taken more shots during my visit but I was quickly stopped by the manager who said that I couldn’t take photos of their ‘unique concept’. There are more photos of the pub on Flickr.
27 Westgate Street
Tel: 029 2022 9494
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