What makes a Bristol outdoor drinking terrace even better? Keg-fresh pints and stone-baked pizza, obviously. And that's exactly what's on offer at Zerodegrees, a seriously cool microbrewery, bar and kitchen that's popular with beer fanatics.
Beer Gardens In Bristol
It's finally happened. The clouds have cleared, the sun is out and, dare we say it, the weather is toasty. There's only one way to celebrate a glorious day and that's with an ice-cold drink outside in the balmy heat. From tiny courtyard gems through to whopping great stretches of grass, we've rounded up the best beer gardens in Bristol so you can bag yourself a spot as soon as the blue skies are showing.
The White Hart is a gorgeous country pub in the charming village of Littleton-upon-Severn - only 25 minutes from Bristol city centre. Escape the hustle and bustle with a trip to this 17th-century watering hole where real ales, comfort food and a stonking beer garden awaits.
Wondering where to drink outside in Bristol? With a three-tiered patio space, The Mall has got to be your first port of call. Nab yourself a table and settle in for an afternoon of artisan spirits and craft brews. Better yet, catch them on a sunny day and you'll be treated to a BBQ feast.
Craft beers, sourdough pizzas and sunsoaked tables are all up for grabs at BrewDog. The dons of quirky pints are ensuring you stay well watered during the hotter months with a range of drinks and a streetside seating area providing you with plenty of people-watching opportunities.
With an award-winning restaurant, regular live music acts and a great cocktail bar, The Square Club has got it all. Add in the gorgeous sun-drenched summer terrace and this is one Bristol beer garden worth adding to the bucket list.
The Hole in the Wall doesn't disappoint as a top beer garden in Bristol. The traditional pub has several areas to choose from, kitted out with everything from picnic benches through to swish sofas; add in their selection of real ales and you've got a perfect Sunday afternoon.
When it comes to drinking outside in Bristol, The Apple is a firm favourite thanks to its massive terrace. With over 40 different ciders available, including their own home-brewed sip, the converted barge also offers riverside views and shady spots on board their boat.