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Brewhouse & Kitchen, Cheltenham

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The Brewery Quarter, St Margarets Road
Cheltenham
GL50 4FA

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Real Ale Ray left this review about Brewhouse & Kitchen

A very pleasant smell of beer being brewed on our visit and it was also interesting to watch a couple of brewers in their important work. I have visited a few of these outlets now and I find the beer to be very consistent and full of flavour. I went for the Colonel Jack & Tinman, which was excellent. There are now 18 Brewhouse & kitchen outlets around the country.

On 2nd March 2018 - rating: 7
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Blackthorn _ left this review about Brewhouse & Kitchen

A new build premises in the recently developed Brewery Quarter, it’s a good sized corner plot with large windows all the way around to make the most of the somewhat limited outlook. As is the case in the company’s other outlets, the brew kit features prominently and there were a number of large copper vessels lined up in the window.

Being a new build, it follows the usual rather formulaic style having an open ceiling with all the services such as cable trays and air conditioning ducting clearly on display, although there is a small section of exposed brickwork in one corner – it looks a bit of a token effort though, to be honest. An open fire pit with a copper chimney hood above was an interesting feature, and a number of pieces of pipework and gauges were dotted around, although these were decorative rather than functional I’m sure despite the presence of the brewery onsite. Flooring was mostly wood strip with some chequered tiling by the bar counter, and a number of old drinks bottles had bene pressed in to use as lamp shades. A mezzanine level was at one end which could apparently be used for private functions, and below this was a large hatch in to the kitchen. A number of board games were stacked on a shelf, as well as a selection of earthenware pots, and so on. Seating was a mixture of high tables and stools, regular tables and chairs and padded benches in booths.

Beers on tap were all their own and on this occasion included Winter Warmer, Badas, Landed Eagle, Brillig, Colonel Jack, Tin Man and Crystal Rock. There were also a few further keg options, and although I didn’t note all these they did include Wild Beer, Beavertown and Sam Adams. Ciders meanwhile were Aspall’s Suffolk, Orchard Pig Reveller and Orchard Pig Ginger & Chilli. Although not your traditional style pub, I thought this was a decent enough spot for a pint and although we didn’t eat on this occasion, I have done so in both their Bristol and Gloucester outlets and always found it to be pretty good.

On 1st January 2018 - rating: 7
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hondo . left this review about Brewhouse & Kitchen

Located in a modern complex with a stripped out industrial vibe similar to brewdog. On site micro brewery at one end with a mezzanine level above. Up to 8 real ales served.

On 13th March 2017 - no rating submitted
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