The Brewery Tap is the home of Spitting Feathers, a Chester based brewery established in 2005. The pub is located in the Grade-II* listed Gamul House, a Jacobean hall that once belonged to the Gamul family who were wealthy merchants and landowners. The sandstone and timber framed building is the only medical stone open hall to survive in Chester and certain features date back to at least 1510. The fireplace dates back to the early 17th century and the wall behind the glass screen on the left is original. You can read more about the pub and view more photos on Travels with Beer.
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