THE BARLEY MOW – OUR FLAGSHIP PUB
Celebrating the best of Bristol's brewing scene, we've got 8 hand pulls and 10 keg lines serving a huge range of craft beers from Bristol and around the UK. Only 5 minutes walk from Temple Meads Station and Old Market, we are the best pub around by a mile! A cosy pub, great beer garden and top notch pub food, you'll wish we were at the end of your road.
We at the Barley Mow pride ourselves on consistently serving the best in craft beer from Bristol, the UK and around the world. Get your laughing gear around our 8 hand pulls, 10 taps and the most comprehensive range of bottled beers you could hope for. Our cask & keg beers are constantly changing so putting up a list here would be outdated in a matter of hours! Your best bet is to come on over & see for yourselves what we have on.
If beer is not what you're after we do also have some pretty fine cider, wine and spirits on offer - come and try some!
Kyle and his team are always busy in the kitchen crafting some scrumptious seasonal delight from the best local produce to accompany our fine range of beers. The menu changes with the seasons; so If it’s a quick sandwich for lunch, tasty evening meal or one of our banging Sunday roasts we’ve got you covered.
Our veggie roasts have featured in Time Out Bristol's Top 10 Sunday roasts, although we have to say, the meat option is mighty fine too! ..in fact, Bristol 247 put us in the top spot for the 10 best Sunday lunches in Bristol too!
EVENTS at the BARLEY MOW
Mon: 12 - 11pm
Tue: 12 - 11pm
Wed: 12 - 11pm
Thur: 12 - 11pm
Fri: 12 - 11.30pm
Sat: 12 - 11.30pm
Sun: 12 - 10pm
Lunch: 12 - 3pm
Dinner: 5 - 9pm
SUNDAY ROASTS from 12pm
The Barley Mow
39 Barton Road
Bristol, BS2 0LF
Tel: 0117 930 4709
Bus: You can catch the 24, 43 or X48 from Bristol Bus Station to Old Market Street; or the 8 to Temple Meads Train Station .
Train: 5 minutes walk from Bristol Temple Meads.
Ferry: Bristol Ferry Boat company run a regular service to Temple Quay. Click here for their timetable.
Bike: Conveniently situated at the end of the Bristol to Bath cycle path.