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Grain Barge, Bristol - pub details

Grain Barge
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Address: Hotwell Road, Hotwell, Bristol, BS8 4RU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32893) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clifton Down (1.1 miles), Bedminster (1.2 miles), Parson Street (1.3 miles)

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BBF's Fortitude, Nova, Independence and Holler were on sale on cask on Saturday with Moor's Italia'Hop as a guest. 6 keg beers as well (with 3 of them priced in excess of £5 a pint), again all from the Bristol area (apart from the Siren Craft Yu Lu). Although nobody has posted a review on this site for nearly 5 years, I can reassure readers that the views across the water are still the same!
paul_d102 - 4 Jun 2018 09:47
Enjoyed a beer with a view of SS Great Britain and a summer sunset. Good atmostphere inside.
Leicesterbeer - 2 Jul 2013 09:30
Went here (Sat 5th Jan) after the Bag o' Nails and what a difference. The barman was very chatty - although fairly busy - and was keen to talk about Bristol Beer Factory beers (which they seem to feature). The beer I tasted was good and the whole atmosphere very convivial. I shall certainly revisit next time I'm in Bristol.
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martyngs - 6 Jan 2013 14:35
The trendy atmosphere might put some people off but the Bristol beers are reliable. It might be a bit grim in winter but on our vist the weather was beautful for enjoyment of the waterfront activities.
16jamesdoc - 5 Jun 2012 10:45
Like the previous poster, 'Blackthorn', we visited this on a fairly cold saturday night, and I beleive this effected the atmosphere a little. It was a little bit cold inside, whilst all the windows were heavily condensated, so any view was rendered impossible.
That said, the bar had a decent selection of BBF beers, served by a friendly barman, so it wasn't all bad. just probably better on a warm afternoon !
SouthYorkshireman - 29 Mar 2012 20:23

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