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Make yourself at home in one of our cosy pubs or restaurants... Our Pubs

Our Ales

Welcome to the family

Our rich and diverse range is sure to satisfy lovers of each and every kind of real ale
- and we've a little something for cider drinkers too!


Our premium amber ale


Our New World pale ale


Our distinctive dark bitter

Dark Side

Our superbly smooth stout

Forest Hare

Our hoppy autumnal ale

Wild Hare

Our impeccable pale ale


Triple Hop Pale Ale

Golden Hare

Our full-flavoured light ale

Summer's Hare

Our brilliant light and hoppy beer


Our specially crafted porter


Our lively, refreshing cider

Special Pale Ale

Our unique lager-malt brew

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Graze Bath

Our flagship restaurant with
its own microbrewery


The Wellington

Brilliant beers, fresh food
and boutique bedrooms


Beerd Bristol

Bristol's first craft beer
and pizza bar

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News & Events

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Introducing Colorado

Colorado, our American red ale, is the latest brew to join the Bath Ales seasonal line-up.

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Cheers! Pieminister picks Gem ale

Two of the west country’s most celebrated brands have joined forces.

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Colston Hall presents The Darkness

To follow the release of their fifth album later this year, The Darkness is proud to return once again to the stages of our sceptered isle.

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Bath Ales launches Sulis Christmas Bock

When the clock chimed 7pm on Wednesday November 22nd bottles of Bath Ales’ new festive beer were cracked open and sites across the south west.

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