Half-price Beers for Dad this Father’s Day with the Golden Guinea

Half-price Beers for Dad this Father’s Day with the Golden Guinea

Posted on: 15 Jun 2017

The Golden Guinea is renowned in Bristol for treating people to wonderful beer, seasonal, fresh food and live music for all tastes. Now they are offering your dad a special treat this Sunday. All your dad need to do is come in with the rest of the family and they will get half price drinks between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Plenty of Beers for Dad this Father's Day at The Golden Guinea

What better way could you tell your dad that you love him this Father’s Day than with a lovely, cheap pint of some of the city’s finest beers and rums. This offer from the Golden Guinea is one that any dad will not want to miss out on.


This Bristol based pub has been serving some mouth-watering beers for an age now and the new addition of this delightful IPA is no exception. Known for their craft beers the Golden Guinea isn’t one for being lazy, making sure the fine people of Bristol are served only the finest of beers. So, any dad’s out there that love fine beers in a relaxed environment, you have indeed found your nirvana.


Food is also served daily and on offer is a selection of hot and cold dishes. Check out their menu here. They can meet any dietary requirements needed when it comes to large parties booking in and their food is seasonal, fresh and most importantly, tasty! They are certain you will love it! All this and you can rent their function room for any event for FREE.


So get on down to the Golden Guinea this Sunday and spoil your dad with some top class beer and some low, low prices!


For any further information on the Golden Guinea please visit either their Facebook or Twitter pages for regular updates on what’s happening. 

Article by:

Matt Dailly

Matt, originally from Belfast, has only lived in Bristol for a year now and is studying Media & Journalism at UWE. He wants to concentrate his writing and media skills in Bristol's culinary culture, delving into what fine feasts the city has to offer and where the best places to go for food really are. Along with an aspiration to interview some of the influential people shaping Bristol and some who are simply passing through, Matt really is trying to make Bristol his new home! For any other info check out his Facebook or Twitter