What happens when you get together a restauranteur, brewery owner and cider maker? Fire and Brew, of course.
South of the river, Fire and Brew is a lively little joint away from the bustling crowds of the city centre. It’s a real hidden gem if you’re not from around these parts, which makes it a big plus for locals, but an even bigger plus for those who journey in search of it. Formed from the three passions of Chris, Lee, and Krow, Fire and Brew ticks a lot of boxes for us. It’s got pizza; it’s got craft beer; it’s got cider; and it’s even got very good coffee. All in all, it’s one of Bath’s coolest hangouts.
When it comes to the pizzas, you know you’re getting quality. Everything on the menu is inspired by the seasons, with produce provided fresh from local suppliers giving each of their classic pizzas a South West twist to it. We’re also big fans of the base too, with the dough itself hand-stretched on site, giving each pizza a thin, light crunch when served.
For craft beer lovers, you should bump this venue right to the top of the list. It’s not often you get to stop by a place that has such an extensive range of beers from some of the best breweries across the UK, including the likes of Tiny Rebel, Gipsy Hill, The Kernel and Siren. The fridges are quite literally packed to the rafters with drinks available to have in with your pizza or take home.
With it’s laid-back appearance, good food and endless selection of beers, this joint is bound to feel like a home-away-from-home as soon as you step through the door.