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The Hope and Anchor, Bristol - pub details

Hope and Anchor
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Address: 38 Jacobs Wells Road, Bristol, Bristol, BS8 1DR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1629) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clifton Down (0.8 miles), Redland (1.2 miles), Bristol Temple Meads (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 37 users)
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Found this pub by chance on a sunny afternoon and wasn't disappointed.
A warm welcome with a good selection of beer (forgot what I had but it was in great condition) in a welcoming two bar room with a lot of interesting photographs on the wall. Drank outside in the tiered beer garden which was a sun trap along with a quite a few others, (a mixed crowd of young an old), who had the same opinion.
A fine place to while away a couple of hours.
ridleyman - 31 May 2018 11:41
With some local hostelries closed due to some anarchist demonstrations, we decided to head up the hill to the Hope & Anchor where a beer festival was in progress. The interior is quite nice and at the rear is a garden on a hill where the beer festival beers (and ciders) were being served. The garden was very pleasant indeed in the early afternoon sunshine. Ales available were Alechemy Starhopper, Dark Star Hophead, Black Iris Bajan Breaskfast & Rise and Shine, Saltaire Trio, Bad Co. Honey Hi, Dorset Piddle Slasher, Red Squirrel Mad Squirrel IPA, Crate Rye, Bristol Beer Factory Bristol Export, Good Chemistry Big Bang, New Bristol Brewery Supernatural, Gloucester Mosaic & Glamorgan Welsh Pale. Ciders and perries were Brislington Brain Twister, Hecks Vintage Dry, Thistly Cross Whisky Cask, Sandford Orchards Devon Red, Original Cider Company Pheasant, Westons Family Reserve, Lilleys Red Rabbit & Somerset Scrumpy & Worleys Red Hen. CAMRA discounts can be had. Although the barman at the festival counter was struggling to add up the price as it was and ended up a bit flummoxed. Another excellent Bristol hostelry.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Jun 2016 17:57
Bit of a trek to get to this one but well worth it. Good choice of beers and amazing menu.
Garden out the back, very steep backing onto the hill.
doctom - 11 Mar 2013 17:03
A bit gastro-ish for some hardcore beer lovers but justifiably popular, both on the beer and the food fronts.
16jamesdoc - 5 Jun 2012 10:52
Went back for a second visit, and found it once again to a high standard..

The Gammon, Egg & Chips was great, and Pints of Cheddar Ales Potholer & Palmers IPA in top condition..

All in all, very impressed. A really welcoming & solid pub option for Beers, and for Food..

A perfect place to launch a session from, in fact...
clevedonquaffer - 28 Jul 2011 15:11

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