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Beaufort Arms, Stoke Gifford

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Hmmm. Changes every time I go in (usually for the worse recently). However, they always have about 9 ales on, and they are often imaginitive (not just the usual Tribute-Doombar-Bass). Trouble is, they haven't been in excellent condition on the times I've sampled them recently. Shame. Especially as it is far-and-away the best pub in Bradley Stoke/Stoke Gifford (that said, the beer in my local, the new(ish) Winterstream Farm is generally good). Food is unimaginitaive pub-grub and they do have special deals, but you don't go to the pub for food.
The_evil_doctor - 12 Jun 2015 13:15
8 real ales on when I visited on a Tuesday evening and priced at £2.49.I also had a good, reasonably priced meal. Bass was below par, 6X was OK and the Butcombe bitter was good. Nice bar staff, claen and comfortable. This is the pub to visit if you're in the vicinity of Parkway station - less than 5 minutes walk.
Number11 - 16 Dec 2014 20:43
Excellent choice of beers. Real ale £2.49 pint on Mondays and another 20p off with Camra card.
Jules_B - 20 Nov 2013 16:31
Popped in on a Friday evening with my family on a visit to Brizzle.
Busy with locals, builders swapping stories, women out with their friends for a bite and a chat, local lads on a Friday night out. Staff friendly, as were the locals. Buttcombe bitter in fine fettle, and hot food, quickly served and reasonably priced.
A very good welcoming atmosphere, and a very pleasing find.
redmanthinks - 11 Jul 2012 12:17
You wouldn't realise sitting in the beer garden you had a mainline station 2 minutes away. I changed here from Bridgend to Leeds and had an hour to sit outside. The scene was the typical English village, people playing cricket on the village green and an impromptu Red Arrows display directly overhead. As for the pub I only had time for one real ale which I couldn't fault. The barmaid was also friendly and locals cheerful. Will try to visit here again if passing through.
LeedsStew - 13 Jul 2009 15:16
Great Pub! Was in here with a group of mates waiting for a train after a beano in Bristol. Cheap beer- Carlsberg @ 1.99 a pint, and others cheap as well.

The bar staff were top class and enjoyed a bit of banter with us punters, even telling me dozens of times to take my cap off when I entered the pub to buy drinks.

We all sat outside on the bench's enjoying the glorious sunshine in the company of some friendly locals. These people went out of their way to ensure we felt welcome whilst exchanging football stories.

Would go again when I next pass through Parkway. Thanks to you all for your hospitality.
Kentbeerboys - 19 May 2009 13:12
As mentioned, much much better than the nearby Parkway, excellent value both food and drink. No disabled parking spaces, however, and not the best house for sticking to the published opening times.

Monica Parsons
monicaparsons - 7 May 2009 19:30
Ember Inns house,FAR better than the Parkway round the corner. Good balance between eaters and drinkers. Bit too hot actually on a mild day,with a log fire burning like Rome. Normally Butcombe and 2 guests,Hancocks HB and a delicious pint of Dartmoor Jail Ale on my recent visit. Pleasant staff and decent punters. Not bad at all.
an_ecunemical_matter - 16 Feb 2009 10:20

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