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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.

The staff caricature board at BrewDog Bristol. Every pub should have one!

A glass of BrewDog Dog A, an imperial stout made with pure cacao, coffee and naga chilil.

The exterior of BrewDog, Bristol, the latest bar to be opened by the Scottish brewery.

A BrewDog employee spots me whilst taking a shot of the exterior of BrewDog Bristol.

The basic, industrial interior that’s become the theme of all BrewDog bars across the country.

The well stocked bar at BrewDog Bristol. 8 BrewDog beers are always available on top along with three guests and a cider. There is also a good selection of bottles from the UK, US, Europe and Japan.

The Three Tuns, Bristol

The Three Tuns is located in the Hotwells area of Bristol and dates back a couple of centuries. It has been owed by Arbor Ales since 2010 who not only gave the pub a much needed renovation but now also supply an execellent selection of both their own ales and guests from around the country. The pub is a sports-free zone and holds regular beer festivals throughout the year.

Folks that work at Beerd, Bristol are affectionately known by the name, Beerdy Weirdy. You can view more photos and read a review of Beerd on Travels with Beer.