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Kongs of King Street is an independent bar that opened in October 2014. Located at the western end of King street it joins the ‘Beermuda Triangle’ of the Beer Emporium, The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer and the Small Bar.

Kongs of King Street is an independent bar that opened in October 2014. Located at the western end of King street it joins the ‘Beermuda Triangle’ of the Beer Emporium, The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer and the Small Bar.

Kongs of King Street is an independent bar that opened in October 2014. Located at the western end of King street it joins the 'Beermuda Triangle' of the Beer Emporium, The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer and the Small Bar.

Kongs of King Street is an independent bar that opened in October 2014. Located at the western end of King street it joins the ‘Beermuda Triangle’ of the Beer Emporium, The Famous Royal Naval Volunteer and the Small 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.