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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.

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.

Small Bar is the third craft beer bar to open on King Street in Bristol in the past six months. Owned by Big Beer Distribution, Small Bar specialises in serving beer only from smaller breweries.

Small Bar is the third craft beer bar to open on King Street in Bristol in the past six months. Owned by Big Beer Distribution, Small Bar specialises in serving beer only from smaller breweries.

These custom made beer cask urinals and cistern are the star attraction at The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer in Bristol, England. They're not the first to do this but they've done a much better job than some that I've seen.

These custom made beer cask urinals and cistern are the star attraction at The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer in Bristol, England. They’re not the first to do this but they’ve done a much better job than some that I’ve seen.

The impressive custom stained glass window in the ceiling of The Beer Emporium, Bristol. It was a challenge getting the shot and involved strategically placing the camera on the bar.

The impressive custom stained glass window in the ceiling of The Beer Emporium, Bristol. It was a challenge getting the shot and involved strategically placing the camera on the bar.

The Beer Emporium is located in a Grade-II Listed building on King Street in Old Bristol. The building was probably built around 1860 and was once used by Bristol's oldest wine merchant, J.R. Phillips and Co.Ltd., to store wine. It now boasts one of the best selections of beer in the city with 12 cask and 12 keg beers available along with a large selection of bottled beers including Westvleteren 12.

The Beer Emporium is located in a Grade-II Listed building on King Street in Old Bristol. The building was probably built around 1860 and was once used by Bristol’s oldest wine merchant, J.R. Phillips and Co.Ltd., to store wine. It now boasts one of the best selections of beer in the city with 12 cask and 12 keg beers available along with a large selection of bottled beers including Westvleteren 12.

A glass of beer (Founders All Day UP) at the Brew Dog bar in Bristol, England. Located on the corner of Baldwin Street and Welsh Back on the banks of the River Avon, Brew Dog serves a large range of their own beers along with guests.

A glass of beer (Founders All Day IPA) at the Brew Dog bar in Bristol, England. Located on the corner of Baldwin Street and Welsh Back on the banks of the River Avon, Brew Dog serves a large range of their own beers along with guests.

The Looking Glass in Bristol is a new venture from two art organisations - Rolling Stage and the Motorcycle Showrooms. They have recently re-opened the pub and will be using it for art installations, DJs and performance and for selling excellent beer from local breweries such as Wiper and True. The pub had been closed for 13 years although briefly it was recently used as an art, music and enterprise venue. The building has an impressive history and it's believed to date back to 1241 and was Bristol's first coaching house.

The Looking Glass in Bristol is a new venture from two art organisations – Rolling Stage and the Motorcycle Showrooms. They have recently re-opened the pub and will be using it for art installations, DJs and performance and for selling excellent beer from local breweries such as Wiper and True. The pub had been closed for 13 years although briefly it was recently used as an art, music and enterprise venue. The building has an impressive history and it’s believed to date back to 1241 and was Bristol’s first coaching house.

The entrance to BrewDog, Bristol, BrewDog’s ninth UK pub.