Fire Island is a two-storey bar and restaurant located on the corner of Westgate Street and Quay Street in Cardiff’s Castle Quarter.
On offer is a mix of craft beers, barrel-aged cocktails and home cooked and grilled BBQ food.
The Cosy Club is an eclectic pub/café located in St David’s 2 in the heart of Cardiff.
The 7,300 sq/ft pub is currently the largest Cosy Club and features a permanent ale from Tiny Rebel Brewing Co. and a beer brewed for the pub from the Bristol Beer Factory.
Held annually in Cardiff, Wales, the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival was another big success with many of the 200 beers selling out by the end of the festival.
One of the newest Welsh breweries, Tiny Rebel from Newport, proved to be a big success selling out of beer twice.
The Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival is the biggest beer festival in Wales and is held annually in the nation’s capital, Cardiff.
This year’s festival was the best yet with all beer, cider and perry being drank before the festival was due to officially end.
Copa is a modern Greene King owned pub located in central Cardiff just off St Mary’s Street.
The pub features one cask ale from the Greene King brewery such as Old Speckled Hen along with keg beers such as Leffe Blonde, Estrella Damm and the Belgian fruit beer Belle-Vue Kriek.
Barocco is an Italian inspired pub located in the heart of the Cardiff.
Owned by the Brains Brewery, you can expect to find a selection of their beers along with a variety of continental lagers.
The City Arms is a Brains Brewery-owned pub located in the heart of Cardiff.
It offers more than 35 different beers and ciders from Wales and the rest of the world.
Fagins Ale and Chop House is an award-winning freehouse in Taff’s Well, north of Cardiff.
The traditional looking pub has a motto of “Real Ale, Real Food, Real Fire, Real People” and offers a good selection of well-priced real ales, ciders and food.
The Cayo Arms is a Cardiff pub located in an old Victorian townhouse that has a good selection of beers from Marston’s, Jennings, Ringwood, Banks’s, Wychwood and Tomos Watkins.
The Cardiff Cottage dates back to 1863 and, depending on which source you read, was either renamed from The Cottage to the Cardiff Cottage, or vice versa. It’s a narrow city centre pub operated by Brains and offers the usual Brains beers as well as traditional pub grub such as pies.