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The Bath Brew House opened in Bath, England on September 30th, 2013. The pub features it's own micro brewery (The James Street Brewery) which supplies house beers for the pub. In addition ,there are also guest cask ales and 4 keg beers from breweries such as Arbor, Kernel and Tiny Rebel.

The Bath Brew House opened in Bath, England on September 30th, 2013. The pub features it’s own micro brewery (The James Street Brewery) which supplies house beers for the pub. In addition, there are also guest cask ales and 4 keg beers from breweries such as Arbor, Kernel and Tiny Rebel.

The Volunteer's Rifleman's Arms is a small freehouse in the centre of Bath. Despite the two unhappy chaps on the right, the pub did have some friendly regulars and despite only having visited once, the landlord had already gave me the nickname 'Newport'. You can read a review of the pub on Travels with Beer.

The Star Inn is one of the cities oldest pubs and was first licenced as a public house in 1760. The Star retains many original features including the 19th Century bar fittings and the numbered rooms, compulsory when Licensing Laws required all rooms to be numbered and listed for their purpose. The pub is close to the centre of Bath but far enough that it doesn't attract too many tourists.

The Old Green Tree is an old pub in the historic city of Bath, England. It's about as traditinoal as you can get. A microscopic bar serving a good selection of real ales, 2 ciders and just one lager - Budvar. There is 1920s wood panelling throughout as well as an original lounge and smoke room.

The Salamander is a pub located in the heart of Bath, England. Owned by the Bath Ales Brewery, the pub occupies the site of an old Victorian coffee, steak and chop house. You can read a review of the pub at Travels with Beer.

The Salamander is a pub located in the heart of Bath, England. Owned by the Bath Ales Brewery, the pub occupies the site of an old Victorian coffee, steak and chop house. The Salamander serves a great selection of Bath Ales beer along with good food. You can read a review of the pub at Travels with Beer.

The Coeur de Lion is Bath's smallest pub and what you see in this shot is pretty much the size of the pub. There is seating for about 20 or so people in this bar and there is additional seating upstairs for dining and a few tables in the alleyway outside.