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St Georges Hall, Redfield - pub details

St Georges Hall

Address: 203/207 Church Road, Redfield, Bristol, Bristol, BS5 9HL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9500) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lawrence Hill (0.5 miles), Stapleton Road (0.8 miles), Bristol Temple Meads (1.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 16 users)
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have always rated this in the past , perhaps because i like strong ale, however i have to say on this occasion my jaipur from Thornbridge was poor .
beatles38 - 21 Sep 2012 06:32
A long and narrow Wetherspoon’s pub with a small decked courtyard garden off to one side. It’s on two levels with the main bar and dining area being on the higher level at the back, and a smaller couple of side bars off to the sides at the front. It seems a popular spot and was very busy even quite early on a Saturday evening with several big groups of people eating.

The loos reminded me a bit of a motorway services area with their floor to ceiling tiling and slightly garish colour scheme, especially the turquoise around the basins. Service seemed a little slow, with just one person serving (a cappuccino!) and about eight punters waiting. To be fair one or two others then turned up, but then the situation just repeats itself. They’d disappear, and a large backlog would build up before they again reappeared.

Good selection of beers as you would expect from a Wetherspoon’s, with Directors, Abbot Ale, Ruddle’s County, Norman’s Conquest, Stormstay Premium Ale, Butcombe Gold, Thornbridge Kipling and Exmoor Fox. Ciders were Blackthorn, Strongbow and Old Rascal, plus some very dubious stuff left over from a festival that had lots of bits floating in it. My friend seemed to enjoy it though, although he sensibly left the last few millimetres in the bottom of the glass.
Blackthorn - 6 Sep 2010 09:20
Just when I thought the place was achieving consistency.... . popped in on a Friday beer festival night and saw 4 ales on (if you don't include the Abbot, Ruddles production line GKing stuff). The first tried - Spring Chicken - was served cloudy and was exchanged although this didn't deter the staff from carrying on serving it. The Goose Island Honkers Ale was flat and lifeless although there was evidence in the taste that it was a really good beer when in decent nick. Settled for Hydes Over a Barrel which didn't cut it either and definitely not as fresh as it could/should have been. Makes you wonder about Wspoon's corporate beer festivals really and the lack of local ales, how about supporting the local craft brewers and showcasing their wares? Really poor effort and a good example of how not to serve real ale.
Dandillus - 24 Apr 2010 22:37
didn't have any food , so couldn't possibly comment, don't really like the interior of the pub , but that said really scores well with its beer which is the most important thing sod from banks and taylor ringwood fortyniner , celt bronze , norman conquest to come . Also liked the fact that the staff of different ages and some even appeared to be local . good pub .
beatles38 - 15 Mar 2010 19:23
didn't have any food , so couldn't possibly comment, don't really like the interior of the pub , but that said really scores well with its beer which is the most important thing sod from banks and taylor ringwood fortyniner , celt bronze , norman conquest to come . Also liked the fact that the staff of different ages and some even appeared to be local . good pub .
beatles38 - 15 Mar 2010 19:23

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