Behold the glory of The Bath Brew House. Standing strong in the heart of the city with its robust Georgian architecture and quintessential Bath stone facade, The Bath Brew House has become an emblematic reflection of the rich design and visual heritage of Bath. But fear not - you won’t need an English Heritage membership to get in; just a thirst for local beers and a hankering for seasonal eats.
Popular with locals and tourists alike, the main draw to this spot is its dizzying array of craft beers. Their line-up features some favourites from the likes of Wild Beer, Beavertown, and Tiny Rebel, but what really tickles our fancy is their unique range brewed in-house. Headed by Max, their micro-brewery knocks out a stellar selection from golden ales to espresso porters that can’t be found anywhere else; so if you’re into your beer and have been craving something new, this is the spot for you.
Beer aside, their other claim to fame is an impressive menu stacked with pub classics. You know what we mean: ham, egg and chips; burgers; sausage and mash; and of course, fish and chips. This homely and hearty selection of quality food is prepared in an open kitchen, so go and have a peek if you want to see the chefs in action.
Whilst you’re there, be sure to check out their events listings. The Riffs and Roasts sessions on Sunday are our go to, but there’s also a weekly pub quiz to pick your brains and plenty of sports fixtures on show.
The Bath Brew House has reinvented the neighbourhood watering-hole, and you’re going to love it.