The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer is an historic Bristol pub that is the first venture of newcomer Scarlett Pub Company.
The pub features an excellent selection of cask, keg and bottled beers and is focusing only on British breweries.
The Barley Mow is the Bristol Beer Factory brewery’s flagship pub. It serves an excellent selection of cask, keg and bottled beer along with high quality, well-priced food.
Up to 8 cask ales are available along with up to a dozen kegged beers and cider.
BrewDog are quickly expanding across the whole of the UK with 8 bars in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Nottingham and London.
The Bristol bar is their ninth and is the furthest south west that the Scottish brewery has ventured.
The Bag O’ Nails is a small pub in the Hotwells district of Bristol that serves an ever changing selection of real ale from the West Country and the rest of the UK.
Up to five ales are served from local breweries such as Dawkins, Moor, Cheddar and Glastonbury.
The Three Tuns is a popular Bristol pub owned by Arbor Ales.
It offers a good selection of both Arbor ales are beer from many breweries around the country such as Bristol Beer Factory, Otley, Brew Dog, Dark Star and Magic Rock.
Beerd is a new venture from the Bath Ales Brewery.
Located on St Michael’s Hill in Bristol, the pub has an impressive selection of cask, keg and bottled beers from the UK and around the world.
The Urban Wood is a completely independent bar serving beer, wine, cocktails and quality food.
The beer stocked at the Urban Wood include De Koninck and Fischer’s Helles on tap plus Bath Ales, Brooklyn, Paulaner, Vedett and Leffe in bottles.
The White Lion is a tiny single-roomed pub located in the heart of Bristol city centre.
Owned by the Wickwar Brewing Co, the pub always has five beers available from the brewery.
The Robin Hood is a well stocked pub that’s slightly off the beaten track on St Michael’s Hill.
The selection of beers is impressive with around 6 cask ales always available manly from local breweries but also from further afield.
Graze Bar & Chophouse is a “sophisticated take on the British pub” and combines cask ales, wines and high quality food and it’s not what you’d expect from Bath Ales who own predominantly traditional pubs.
At least two cask ales from Bath Ales are always available.