Brewhouse & Kitchen

www.brewhouseandkitchen.com/bristol

31 – 35 Cotham Hill, Clifton, Bristol BS6 6JY

 

We’re a bit different from your traditional pub – we brew our own, unique craft beers on-site in our brew-tiful microbrewery! As well as matching every dish on our menu to a style of beer we also love cooking with beer – so be sure to keep an eye out for recipes that make use of the beers we brew! All of the beers we make on site are unfined (bar one bottled beer that contains lactose) but lots more on draught and bottled are vegan too.

You gotta try our newbie – Crispy Cauliflower (you can have it Sticky BBQ or Hot Buffalo flavour and it’s vegan too!) – It’s part of our Small Plates Menu. Full day/eve menus on website.

We’re pleased to welcome well behaved children, dogs and adults at Brewhouse & Kitchen

Moor Beer Tap

www.moorbeer.co.uk

Days Road, Bristol BS2 0QS

 

Brewers of some of your favourite vegan beers, champions of Modern Real Ale, pioneers of unfined beer & can conditioning, lovers of loud music and a galaxy far, far away!

The Tap is open the following hours: Wednesday 1200–2200, Thursday  1200–2200, Friday 1200–2200, Saturday 1200–2200, Sunday 1200–1800

Our Tap features an ever changing selection of our beers in cask, keg & bottle, as well as a range of soft drinks and hot beverages (featuring Clifton Coffee). You can order draught beer in one third, one half, and full imperial pint measures. You can purchase our 660ml bomber bottles for drinking at the Tap or to take away. We also have two litre refillable growlers available to take away your favourite draught beers.

We strive to produce strongly flavoured beers of exceptional character. All our beers are brewed using only natural ingredients. We put a lot into our beers by using the finest malt, hops, yeast and water – but don’t take anything out. All our beers are unfined so they retain the yeast that is so vital to producing exceptional flavour, as well as providing vitamins.

Hope & Anchor

www.hopeanchorbristol.com

38 Jacob’s Wells Road, Bristol BS8 1DR

hope & anchor

Just a little heads up to say we are changing our menu at the Hope & Anchor, all our vegetarian options are now vegan and we are increasing the offering gradually over the next couple of weeks. 11/2/2017

The Hope & Anchor is run by Peter Gibbs and his team who also run the gorgeous Volunteer Tavern near Cabot Circus shopping centre in Bristol. Similar to the Volunteer Tavern they serve the same high standard of craft beers. You’ll find many of the vegan friendly local beers from Arbor and Wiper & True, plus ones from further afar too. Catering for all tastes and budgets, there are always vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Nettle & Rye

www.nettleandrye.co.uk

16 King’s Rd, Bristol BS8 4AB

To continue the theme of central based bars opening up new locations around Bristol is Nettle & Rye just a short walk from the Clifton Downs. Having created a reputation for quality products and traditional values at their sister pub, The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer, they’ve continued their ethos to the new Clifton venue. At the Nettle & Rye they have a passion for championing UK only craft beers. The staff are equally as friendly and passionate and will be happy to guide you with your choices. The range of beers will vary from local heroes such as Moor, Arbor and Wiper & True to the likes of The Kernel and Beavertown. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

The Barley Mow

www.barleymowbristol.com

39 Barton Road, St Philips, Bristol BS2 0LF

Located a short walk from Temple Meads station and Moor Beer Co. is the traditional looking Barley Mow. The interior may be small, but the beer range offered is far beyond limited. Nearly 18 taps are split between cask and keg beers with the details of each displayed on blackboards near the bar. On cask the veganfriendly offering will often be from Moor. However the keg listing is far greater with all the usual vegan friendly Bristol breweries featuring, in addition to some breweries from further afield including Liverpool’s outstanding Mad Hatter Brewing Company. The Barley Mow also provide a vegan option on their food menu varying from falafel burgers to vegan cottage pie. It’s in the perfect location for weary travellers. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

New Bristol Brewery

www.newbristolbrewery.co.uk

20a Wilson Street, Bristol, BS2 9HH

New Bristol Brewery are one of the city’s more elusive breweries. Run by brothers Tom and Noel all of their beers are unfined and therefore vegan friendly. The bottles are easily recognised with an illustration of a gorilla in a space suit on the label! A colourful ribbon runs around the design indicating the beer name, style and strength. Their core range includes a 4% best bitter, 365, with malt and toffee notes and Flame, a 5.2% amber beer with a rich malt backbone and citrus notes. The only one to avoid is the Super Deluxe Stout which contains lactose. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Left Handed Giant

www.lefthandedgiant.com

Unit 9 Wadehurst Industrial Estate, St Philips Road, St Philips, Bristol BS2 0JE

left handed giant

Also at Finzels Reach now. See HERE.

Left Handed Giant are a Bristol based brewing company “brewing modern beer, inspired by the giants of the craft beer world”. They originally started out as cuckoo brewers using the commercial kits of their friends in the brewing industry. They are now in the process of finishing their own brewery and taproom located on Wadehurst Industrial Park in the St Philips area of Bristol. The majority of their output is vegan friendly with the exception of beers that use lactose as an ingredient such as Lactose Tolerant. These brewers know their craft and are producing an exciting and technically excellent range of beers. Be sure to try their West Coast red ale, Red 5, brewed with Chinook, Mosaic and Columbus hops. Olly (BVBG)

Read the whole beer guide by clicking Bristol Vegan Beer Guide.

Our Tap Room is based at our warehouse in St Philips. Only a short walk from Temple Meads, immediately behind Old Market and literally right on the entrance/exit to the Bristol to Bath cycle path, it’s a great spot to drink fresh beer and sit in the outdoors enjoying the sunshine. We’ve got 9 taps, a small selection of wines, soft drink and fresh coffee. On a rotational basis we invite friends of ours down from the street food community to serve up their wares and keep you all sated.

Table Tennis, Forklift Basketball, a kids area with toys to keep em occupied. Fresh beer, coffee and treats. What’s not to love?