King St Brewhouse has got to be one of the best craft beer bars in Bristol. Sample your way through some of the delicious offerings from the pub's microbrewery before tucking into a hearty plate of British classics and you'll see what we mean.
Craft Beer In Bristol
From IPAs through to milk stouts, craft beer in Bristol is experiencing a revolution. As well as an amazing range of international companies, there is also a hot line-up of local smaller breweries who produce excellent and innovative pints. But don't take our word for it, head to one of these pubs and bars to sample some of their hoppy delights.
Of course, no liquid list would be complete without BrewDog, a city-centre bar with over 20 magnificent creations on tap. They've also got fridges filled to the brim with bottles and cans whilst their kitchen cooks up delicious sourdough pizza.
Craft brews and freshly-made pizza are on the agenda at The Bristol Stable. As well as an impressive open kitchen whipping up some of the best slices in town, this harbourside beauty also has an envious range of ciders, best experienced over one of their masterclasses or tasting boards.
Despite its unassuming name, Small Bar's knowledge is anything but little. The staff at this laid-back watering hole have been trained up in all things hops-related, meaning they can give you the skinny on the best brew from their 31 taps of local and global world-class beer.
This stylish bar and restaurant has got you sorted for fresh drinks and dishes using locally-sourced produce. Take your pick from The Prince Street Social's long list of wines, cocktails and beers, including tipples brewed just around the corner at their sister site, King St Brewhouse.
This charming Whiteladies ale and cider house boasts a hefty collection of local brews and one of the best beer gardens in Bristol. Take a trip to The Jersey Lily every Tuesday and Wednesday for a wallet-friendly pint, or check out some live music at one of their Thursday sessions.