The Hatchet Inn, Bristol - pub details
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|was in there about t/time nothing on pump , so took bottled newquay , 2nd courage best back on pump , chatty friendly bar staff and customers , not a bad pub , getting more and more into music these days , so i kinda liked it . |
beatles38 - 15 Aug 2010 08:58
|I've only been in here on Friday and Saturday nights, Good mixture of people and pleasant atmosphere, beer is usually OK although not always available. I have found on a couple of occasions that some bouncers are much more forceful than is necessary with the reasonable customers this place has. Last time I was there (Sat 24/7/2010) the instant the bar was closed we were immediately herded out like cattle by a very aggressive bouncer. |
MrKiA - 6 Aug 2010 18:59
|No real ale last night when i popped in 4 a quick pint before seeing basshunter at the O2 Acadamy opposite*|
*Yes i know, real ale drinker and dance music lover = strange combo
*£3.65 a pint for sbow in O2 Acadamy, YIKES!!!
The place was quiet when visited hence the quick service last nite, music playing out was very heavy metal (i guess to keep the other basshunter kiddies out lol)
Anyway all in all a not bad pub just shame no ale, 6/10
fat_beer_badger - 15 Oct 2009 16:34
|The Hatchet attracts a wide range of people and and is welcoming to all. A popular venue for a pre-concert drink it can get very busy. The ales are mainstream and lagers standard fare but very respectable. Fairly large outside area with patio heaters and parasols (rain-stoppers!) is a bonus in the middle of town. Not everyone's cup of beer but worth a visit.|
Neverlovedelvis - 24 Aug 2009 21:39
|Probably one of the oldest pubs in Bristol, dating apparently from 1606, although it doesn't really lokk the part from the inside.|
Tends to attract goths for some reason and plays what I imagine may be appropriate music. It sounded like Metallica or something similar at slightly too loud a volume for an easy conversation (maybe I'm just getting old!).
Only a couple of beers on tap, although the Butcombe was very good. Also Bulmers & Blackthorn cider.
Blackthorn - 14 Jul 2009 10:41
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