Chums became Bristol's second micropub when it opened in April 2016 in converted shop premises. The pub won local CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2018. Real ales are dispensed from half a dozen handpumps. A dark ale is always available. A similar number of traditional ciders are from bag-in-box, including three different ones from Gwatkins. A selection of wines and spirits are available
Bristol’s first micropub opened in December 2015 and was the local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2017. It has close links with the local Ashley Down Brewery and prides itself on an interesting, ever changing beer selection from in and around Bristol. It offers up to eight real ales, served by gravity. It also serves wine, local gins and bar snacks but no keg, bottles, cider or lager.
Bristol’s 5th Micropub opened May 2019 in a former charity shop at the eastern end of the main street. The bar area as you enter is simply furnished and there is a small snug area at the rear. The beers and ciders for sale are displayed on a retro-style computer screen on the wall.
Bristol’s third micropub opened in summer 2017. There are usually four to six and up to eight gravity-fed real ales available. There are two craft lines. Cider is also served, between two to six are normally available. Wines and a selection of gins and soft drinks complete the menu!
Opened in May 2018. Pleasantly furnished with a single bar lined with wooden walls (a nod to the owner's seafaring past) and a small rear garden. Drinks for sale are displayed on a large blackboard that surrounds the serving hatch. As well as at least four, (usually five) but sometimes up to 10 real ales, two craft keg beers, craft cans, real ciders, several gins and wines are sold.