Compressor Building, Hawkins lane, Finzels reach, Bristol BS1 6EU
The LHG Brewpub is an independent brewery and bar in the centre of Bristol.
You can find us in Finzels Reach, a 10-15 minute stroll from Temple Meads station, overlooking the historic Bristol Harbour and connected to Castle Park by the iconic Castle Bridge. We’re dog-friendly and serve wood-fired vegetarian and vegan pizza from Mission Pizza .
We opened the doors to our brewpub on 13th June 2019, with the aim to create a beating heart at the centre of our business. A place for us to engage and interact with the people who drink our beer, and shorten the distance between production and glass. Our Brewpub was crowdfunded, with 1500 people investing in our small company. We are incredibly proud to be the custodians of a site that has over 250 years of brewing history within its walls.
Unfortunately we cannot take table reservations within the Brewpub
87-89 Park Street, Bristol, BS1 5PW
From the heart of Bristol, we distil our very own rum and gin on-site, right in the midst of our rum and cocktail bar which features over 150 different rums from 52 countries around the globe. It is here where you can see our very own distillers in action, whilst relaxing and enjoying a refreshing drink at our bar, grabbing a bite from our kitchen or just meeting up with friends.
You can also get more involved with our beloved rums by joining in our rum making experience. Book a truly unique experience that starts by tasting a range of rums from around the world giving you inspiration to make your own rum, tailoring it to your own taste and adding your own personalised label.
172-174 Church Rd, Bristol BS5 9HX
The Dark Horse has a rustic ‘country pub in town’ feel, with a twist – a roof terrace, disco room, and events space Real ales, craft ales, & gins are our speciality.
Sunday Lunch is our speciality here, every Sunday until late (4pm). We’ve been recognised for our “dreamy” veggie and vegan options – and we even do a vegan Yorkshire pud, and vegan cauliflower cheese!
The rest of the time, we keep our food simple, we are a boozer after all, Traditional (Pieminister Kevin or Chooks Away) pie and vegan mash, accompanied by our famous secret recipe onion gravy and minted mushies. Or just come in and graze on our range of homemade and locally sourced British tapas bar snacks (vegan board or Shakshuka).
Dog friendly (and next to St Georges park).
2 Christmas Steps, Bristol BS1 5BS
The Christmas Steps Pub, Bristol. We pour local ale, serve quality food & present interesting music in an informal pub environment.
With a focus on fresh local ingredients, our kitchen delivers a hearty lunch and dinner menu (Steps Buddha Bowl, Vegan Thai Curry, Sweet Potato Burger, Vegan Sweet Potato Wellington) with an emphasis on innovation and quality. The craft beer and ale rotation policy showcases the best creations from local breweries as well as an extensive top-shelf selection and wine list.
Our music selection aims to provide an up to date soundtrack for drinkers and diners with the free crack magazine jukebox as well as a solid selection of djs on rotation every weekend.
51 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 1EN
All our wine is vegan. Every month.
We’re KASK. We’re a Real Wine Bar, Deli + Shop
For those of you that know wine, we serve organic, minimal intervention and sustainable. Whatever you call it, we call it Real. For those who just want to enjoy it, we serve good wine. From the tap. By the glass. And in a bottle for you to take home.
All the wine is vegan.
24 St. Michael’s Hill, Kingsdown, Bristol BS2 8DX
Welcome to the Colston Arms, a pub in Kingsdown serving the perfect Sunday Roast! A Proper Pub serving Proper Pub Food (inc Chickpea and Spinach Curry (Vegan), Butternut Squash and Black Bean Chunky Chilli (Vegan), Cajun Fried Oyster Mushroom Burger with Sourdough Bap and Vegan Kale ‘Slaw (Vegan)) in the heart of Bristol. With live TV Sport available for the sports fan, a regular pub quiz and occasional live music, there’s something for everyone at the Colston Arms!
Mardyke Wharf, Hotwell Rd, Hotwells, Bristol BS8 4RU
Climb on board this converted Bristol barge and discover one of the city’s best-loved gems. Soak up unique views of the harbour, discover live music in the hold bar, and enjoy delicious food and drink from the west country. Converted from an old barge boat and moored in Bristol’s historic harbour, Grain Barge is a relaxed spot for catching up with friends and lazy weekends. Enjoy delicious food, made from locally-sourced ingredients, and a range of craft beers, wines and ciders.
We serve delicious, honest food that celebrates the best seasonal produce from local farms and suppliers (roast cauliflower; thai green jackfruit curry; aubergine ‘meat balls’). Our menu, which leads with bold British flavours, takes its inspiration from amazing ingredients that are found on our doorstep. Try main dishes, lunches, snacks and tempting deserts, plus a selection of Daily Specials.
Days Road, Bristol BS2 0QS
Whether it’s in a pub, on the road, or at an event, we always live life to the full and want our beers to do the same. Always Live, always Natural, always Vegan Friendly. Great beer is about flavour, drinkability and enjoyment. We take the German naturally hazy (naturtrüb) approach, combine it with American flavour-forward techniques as well as the British tradition of secondary refermentation to craft uniquely dynamic, sessionable beers.
THE ORIGINAL VEGAN FRIENDLY BEERS
Moor pioneered the unfined beer movement, firmly believing that adding isinglass finings (fish guts) to beer has a negative impact on quality. Leaving live yeast and other flavour compounds in beer enhances aroma, flavour, appearance and mouth feel. It also makes the beer vegan friendly which goes for all of our beers – ales and lagers alike.
19 Church Ln, Bristol BS8 4TX
The Lion is a cosy little family-run, family-friendly pub, found off the beaten track in deepest, darkest Cliftonwood. Step inside and enjoy a warm welcome, whether as a seasoned local or inquisitive newcomer. Enjoy the cosy fires on chilly nights or the compact and bijou garden and adjoining park on balmy warm ones.
The kitchen is open every day, with the exception of Monday, and all the food is cooked from scratch. From homemade bread, a slightly off-the-wall range of burgers, to indulgent Sunday lunches, the frequently changing menu offers something for everyone – it’s mostly gluten-free and includes dishes for vegetarians and vegans too.
5 Nelson parade, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 4JA
Annie has spent many years in catering and hospitality. One of her great passions is art: She is a well-known celebrity on the Street Art scene, taking part in many events across the country, including the biggest street art festival in Europe, ‘Upfest’. Annie had a vision of running a place where she could combine all her loves in one place and the Ropewalk is most definitely that place.
All burgers named after some awesome vegetarians, all our veggie burgers are made in house with the finest local ingredients. We cater for vegans and many of our veggie burgers are suitable for vegans (without cheese and I use different buns for them too). We make lovely vegan cakes too (eg vegan lemon zest cake or vegan chocolate and lemon layer cake). Delicious home cooked roasts with veggie and vegan option available. Did you also know that all our lagers and ciders are suitable for vegans? Well they are so come and have a cheeky mid week pint, or special in house, vegan chocolate vodka.