Café René is a modern central Gloucester pub located in an area steeped in history.
The pub serves two or more well-kept real ales directly from casks on the bar and are reasonably priced at under £3.
The Old Bell is a Grade I listed building located on Southgate Street in the centre of Gloucester.
It features a highly decorative stone fireplace dated 1650 as well as other original features.
Robert Raikes’ House is a Samuel Smith owned Gloucester pub located in a building that dates back to the 16th century.
The brewery spent two years and £4.5m renovating the pub and it’s certainly noticeable.
Held on the weekend of October 23rd, 2010, the New Inn Hotel in Gloucester held its first beer festival.
The festival featured around 20 beers from breweries from the Gloucester area as well as further afield.
Located in the heart of Gloucester, the 15th century Grade I listed New Inn Hotel is considered to be one of the country’s finest medieval galleried inns.
The pub serves a good selection of ales in four different bars and has started organising its own beer festivals.