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Beer Emporium, Bristol - pub details

Address: 13-15 Kings Street, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 4EF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45562) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bristol Temple Meads (0.7 miles), Clifton Down (1.2 miles), Redland (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 7 users)
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I do love a cellar bar. Initially greeted by a bar but the action is down a couple of flights of stairs, with a lift available should you need it. A cavernous vaulted ceiling. Very atmospheric. Mainly long wooden tables but a couple of leather sofas for more comfortable seating.

Extensive collection of bottles and hand pulls but £8.80 for a 300ml St Bernardus 12 is taking the mick a bit.
Mappiman - 6 Jan 2020 17:34
A great beer selection including craft and cask and offerings from the excellent Tap Social, friendly service and this was a good place to spend a few hours. Pizzas were OK - standards have crept up nationally so I would say that these ones were only so so - but the main worry was how empty the place was - surely the sums are not adding up financially.
BoehmBawerk - 3 May 2019 11:05
The Beer Emporium was probably my favourite bar in King Street last Thursday night. For a start, I liked the underground tunnel setting which makes it much more characterful than some of the other "urban" bars that craft beer seems to rely on for its sales outlets. Secondly, they sell great pizzas which you can either eat in a roped-off dining area or at your table. Thirdly, the prices were reasonable for King Street - £3.80 for a pint of Bristol Beer Factory's Bristletoe 4.7% and £4 for a pint of Crane's LIFT IPA 5%, both of which were very good. Other beers on sale were BBF's Milk Stout, Arbor's Blue Sky Drinking, Gloucester's Red 100, Wild Beer's Bibble, Troubadour's Magma, Vibrant Forest's Cydonia and Wold Top's Against the Grain. The steady influx of customers and the fact that all seats were taken suggested that others also find this place to be worth visiting.
paul_d102 - 2 Jan 2017 11:20
forget previous review _wrong pub. This one has a large cellar bar but was completely empty. Advertised 12 cask ales, but figured than all of the had probably been sitting in the lines since xmas eve so gave it a miss.
cellarbuoy - 27 Dec 2016 18:51
A large black board behind the bar advertised the beers available and thankfully the prices too. £4.50 or more for a pint of beer? no thanks, at least not in a scruffy back street boozer in Bristol.
cellarbuoy - 27 Dec 2016 18:37

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