Open to all, our first Flight Night will be a feast for the senses!
We'll be serving beer in 1/3 pints so you can try lots of different beers and learn all about them from one of our brewers, all washed down with some tasty snacks and great company.
Try your extra hoppy to your extra smooth... there will be something for everyone's pallet. A little bit of something different for an early summer evening in June.
Try 12 Beers for £15
Beer Club members get to try 12 beers for £10
Check out our event here on our facebook page.
Get in touch with the Tap Room or pop in to book your place, Bristol Beer Club members also get priority booking.
We have teamed up with the Bristol Beer Factory to produce 12 delicious and unique Stouts to celebrate the festive season and to warm the cockles of even the coldest heart.
The Barley Mow crew have been over at ashton gate brewing up some exotic treats and there will be some weird and wonderful wintery flavours involved and maybe even the return of some 12 Stouts of christmases past!
The plan is 8 on keg and 4 on cask for an avalanche of Stouty goodness, but these will be one-off, single keg/cask brews so get them while you can!
BS3 resident Andy is one of Bristol’s best known jazz trumpeters, who has toured nationally and played for radio, film, tv and theatre productions. This new project finds him playing some less often performed jazz standards plus a little latin and funk thrown in. He’s joined by three of the very best players on the Bristol scene, George Cooper – piano, Chris Jones – bass and Andy Tween – drums.
Cross My Palm is a straight-ahead jazz album that bristles with energy, fun and great grooves—and swings like a very swinging thing too – Bruce Lindsay, All About Jazz.
The hot-club style outfit travels through desert caravans, mediteranian vibes and 40s swing-dance halls, depending on where the crowd, and the band, want to go! Their fresh sound and variety of instruments and rhythms keeps any audience interested. Gypsy Jazz, classic songs, mellow clarinet tones, and driving Bari sax , all under pinned by the tight swing of vibrant guitar and Bass