King Street is the residence of Bristol pub royalty – and The King Street Brew House is its crown jewel.
Every weekend, hordes of pub-goers flock to King Street: a C17th street off Welsh Back waterside. Under antiquated street lamps, dozens of wooden benches fill the street to create a pub playground between the likes of Small Bar, The Old Duke and the King William Ale House.
But at the top of the lane sits the self-titled leader of it all: The King Street Brew House. Since its opening in 2016, the Brewhouse has quickly become a favourite with local beer-lovers – and with good reason. Expect homemade beers, quality pub grub, stylish (but cosy) interiors and lots of people.
An urban-style pub and microbrewery, the King Street Brew House produce an eclectic range of cask and keg beers under the watchful eye of their master brewer, Simon. From a 7.2% IPA called Mixed Messages to their sweet named Stout Zummer Stout, the King Street Brew House has got something for even the pickiest of beer-drinkers. To find out what they’re brewing and pouring right now, click here.
Alongside their microbrewery, King Street Brew House offers an ever-changing array of guest craft brews from Bristol and beyond. Pale ale from Chicago? They’ve got it. IPAs from Barcelona? Easy. You can see their current stock on their website.
So, what about this pub grub? Serving up a modern array of pub classics, The King Street Brew House puts an emphasis on its pizza selections through the week and its legendary roasts on Sundays. But that’s not all, of course.
From fish and chips to a falafel kebab, the Brewhouse serves meat, veggie and vegan options from midday, every day. And if you’re looking for good value for money, you’ve got to try out one of their £5 lunches available 12:00 to 15:00, Monday to Friday. Alternatively, grab a half-price pizza on Mondays!
The King Street Brew House doesn’t just bring in the crowds for its drink and food offerings: its got a busy schedule of events and live sports screenings, too. Watch live sport on one of the pub’s big screens or head to their weekly quiz on a Sunday – you could win a £50 bar tab, after all.
Looking for a place to host your party or private event? Look no further: The King Street Brew House comes armed with a variety of versatile function spaces. Why not reserve a table on the ground floor for your small meet up or book out The Tank Room for a bigger bash? You can watch live sports in The Tank Room, too! Explore the rest of The King Street Brew House’s hire spaces here.
The location, the beer, the company: oh, wouldn’t The King Street Brew House be a good place to hold some festive celebrations? Yes! Yes, it would. With a dedicated Christmas menu (or buffet!) on offer, plus four hire spaces to choose from, you couldn’t get much more flexible with your festive soiree. Enquire about your party on their website.