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The current building dates back to the 1860s although a pub was there earlier. In 1853, the original 17 century building was listed as the ‘Elephant Wine and Spirit Vaults and Slate Billiard Rooms’. The building was demolished in 1863 and rebuilt after the street it is situated on was widened.

The current building dates back to the 1860s although a pub was there earlier. In 1853, the original 17 century building was listed as the ‘Elephant
Wine and Spirit Vaults and Slate Billiard Rooms’. The building was demolished in 1863 and rebuilt after the street it is situated on was widened.

Standing on the site of the original Old Brewery, dating back to 1713, the Yard is a unique & iconic venue. The front of the building, once the Albert, is now a warm & welcoming space to meet. The washrooms on the lower floor are located in the original cellars, while the outside space is the original court yard where the casks were loaded onto horse-drawn drays.

Standing on the site of the original Old Brewery, dating back to 1713, the Yard is a unique & iconic venue. The front of the building, once the Albert, is now a warm & welcoming space to meet. The washrooms on the lower floor are located in the original cellars, while the outside space is the original court yard where the casks were loaded onto horse-drawn drays.

The White Lion is one of the smallest pubs in Bristol. Dating back to 1806, the historic pub has a very unique gents toilets that can only be accessed by descending down a very narrow spiral staircase which could prove difficult to navigate at the end of a night.

The White Lion is one of the smallest pubs in Bristol. Dating back to 1806, the historic pub has a very unique gents toilets that can only be accessed by descending down a very narrow spiral staircase which could prove difficult to navigate at the end of a night.

The Old Fishmarket is a Fullers Brewery pub located in the Old City area of Bristol. The pub serves a full range of Fullers beers along with an excellent Thai menu.

The Old Fishmarket is a Fullers Brewery pub located in the Old City area of Bristol. The pub serves a full range of Fullers beers along with an excellent Thai menu.

Just some of the 45 beers available at the Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, London.

Just some of the 45 beers available at the Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, London.

Just some of the 45 beers available at the Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, London.

Just some of the 45 beers available at the Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, London.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards, brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman’s brewery mirror.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards, brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman’s brewery mirror.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman's brewery mirror.

Located on Endell Street in the northern half of Covent Garden in central London, the Cross Keys dates back to 1848. The interior is full of all sorts of bric-a-brac including old prints, cigarette cards, brass jugs and a fabulous giant Truman’s brewery mirror.

Located near to both Euston and King's Cross stations, the Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub owned by the Fuller's Brewery.

Located near to both Euston and King’s Cross stations, The Euston Flyer is a traditional British pub owned by the Fuller’s Brewery.

Pipes Beer is produced by the Artisan Brewing Co. in Cardiff, Wales. Originally called Bare Naked Beer, PepsiCo decided that the name would be too confusing for people purchasing it's Naked fruit  drinks so the brewery changed its name to Pipes (anagram of Pepsi).

Pipes Beer is produced by the Artisan Brewing Co. in Cardiff, Wales. Originally called Bare Naked Beer, PepsiCo decided that the name would be too confusing for people purchasing it’s Naked fruit drinks so the brewery changed its name to Pipes (anagram of Pepsi).