Lost and Grounded’s BS4 taproom to reopenPosted on: 10 Sep 2020
The popular Bristol brewery was established in 2016.
Lost and Grounded has announced it will reopen its Bristol taproom next week.
On Friday 18 September, the Brislington taproom will be open from 10:00 until 16:00. From then on, the taproom will be open every Friday.
Lost and Grounded will be reopening with the help of award-winning Mexican street food trader, The Little Taquero, who will be serving up tacos on-site.
???? Hey Bristol! We are SUPER excited to welcome you back to our beautiful Taproom on Friday 18th Sept— Lost and Grounded (@lostandgrounded) September 10, 2020
Things will be a little different to keep you all safe but the vibes will be just as Groovy!
Booking Essential- more soon!
Delish Food @littletaquero
See you soon! XX♥? pic.twitter.com/eNUNp76Kig
Revealing the news on social media, the Lost and Grounded team said:
“Things will be a little different to keep you all safe, but the vibes will be just as groovy!
“We have worked hard to ensure that safety measures are in place, so you are confident to visit, relax and have an amazing experience.”
With limited seating available due to social distancing guidelines, guests will need to book their visit in advance.
The Lost and Grounded team say they are “ironing out the last few wrinkles before bookings go live,” so keep your eyes on their social media pages for further updates.
Find the Lost and Grounded taproom at 91 Whitby Road, Brislington, BS4 4AR.
Lost and Grounded was established back in 2016.
Since, it has become one of the city’s best-loved breweries with its focus on the idiosyncrasies of Belgian and German brewing.
While its taproom has been shut, the brewery has operated a bi-weekly lucky draw for key workers in the city.
The #ThankYouBeers draw sees Lost and Grounded beers delivered to nominated teams of key workers across Bristol.
To nominate a team of key workers for Lost and Grounded's #ThankYouBeers draw, visit this page on the website and follow the instructions provided.
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