REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


This page is part of a prototype web-based CAMRA guide to Gloucestershire pubs.
The pub information has been supplied by the Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Bristol and District
& North Cotswold branches of CAMRA and thus these pages are
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HANHAM

BLUE BOWL  See Map
178, High Street, BS15 3HJ
Tel. Bristol (0117) 961-8836
website:http://www.sizzlingpubs.co.uk/thebluebowlbristol
MORLAND Old Speckled Hen (H)
TIMOTHY TAYLOR Landlord (H)
TETLEY Bitter (H)

Historic pub which used to be regional
headquarters of Cromwell's army during
civil war. Rumoured to have been the
haunt of highwaymen from the 'Cocks Road
Gang'. Exterior largely unchanged, but
interior is now one large bar neatly
partitioned into alcoves. Re-opened by
M&B in April 2011.


2011
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CHEQUERS INN  See Map
Ferry Road, Hanham Mills, BS15 3NU
Tel. Bristol (0117) 967-4242
website:http://thechequers-inn.co.uk/
GREENE KING IPA (H)
GREENE KING Abbot (H)

Large riverside pub with plush single
bar. Hours may differ during busier
summer months.


1996
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CROSS KEYS  See Map
Hollyguest Road, Mount Hill, BS15 9NW
Tel. Bristol (0117) 961-2209
COURAGE Bitter Ale (H)
COURAGE Best Bitter (H)

Popular, unspoilt two-bar local with
long serving landlady. Walls, adorned by
mementoes of her long service. Near
Hanham Mount where John Wesley once
preached. Full of character.


1996

ELM TREE INN  See Map
74, Abbots Road, BS15 3NR
Tel. Bristol (0117) 967-5193
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Bitter (H)
COURAGE Best Bitter (H)

Single bar pub with much brickwork in
evidence. Piped music. Popular with
diners. Shove Ha'penny played.


1996
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JOLLY SAILOR  See Map
15, High Street, BS15 3DQ
Tel. Bristol (0117) 947-4010
GREENE KING Ruddles County (H)
GUEST BEER Four Ales (H)

Large main road pub and part of the
Wetherspoons chain from February 2011.


2011
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MAYPOLE  See Map
26a, High Street, BS15 3DP
Tel. Bristol (0117) 967-3762
GREENE KING IPA (H)
GREENE KING Abbot (H)

Large, split-level, open-plan main road
pub with skittle alley. Fishing
memorabilia and lanterns hang from black
wooden beamed ceiling. Popular with
younger clientele evenings. Food all
day.


1996
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OLD LOCK AND WEIR  See Map
Hanham Mills, BS15 3NU
From Hanham go to foot of Abbots Rd, turn right on Ferry Rd
Tel. Bristol (0117) 967-3793
BASS Draught Bass (H)
FULLER'S London Pride (H)
MORLAND Old Speckled Hen (H)
WADWORTH 6X (H)
WELLS Bombardier (H)

Friendly, 300-year old single-bar
riverside pub. Mentioned in Conan
Doyle's 'Micah Clarke'. Multi-roomed
with much stone and wood in evidence.
Friendly staff. Collection of malt
whiskies. Children welcome in this
genuine free house where a house bitter
is available. Book for Sunday lunch (no
evening meals Sunday).


2000

QUEEN'S HEAD  See Map
Lower Hanham Road, BS15 3DA
Tel. Bristol (0117) 967-4995
BASS Draught Bass (H)
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Bitter (H)
COURAGE Best Bitter (H)
JOHN SMITH'S Bitter (H)

Modernised single-bar pub. Popular with
diners.


1996
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SWAN INN  See Map
Conham Hill, BS15 3AP
Tel. Bristol (0117) 967-3947
website:http://www.theswanhanham.co.uk/
BATH ALES GEM (H)
BASS Draught Bass (H)
COURAGE Best Bitter (H)

Delightfully unspoilt, old fashioned
three-bar pub. Pictures of bygone Hanham
adorn the walls. Popular and deservedly
so. Skittle alley. Large car park.


1996
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