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This was a great experience. It is more than just a great little pub, it is a fantastic experience. The service is friendly and informed. Great beer options and plenty to try.
Add to any 'must do' list if anywhere near Bristol.
We had been in the Thai Restaurant next door and were keen to get into The Drapers Arms before they closed (9.30pm they call last orders).
This is a quirky little Micro pub at 447 Gloucester Rd.
Its a one room venue (Max...More
I’d heard great things about this pub and it didn’t disappoint. A real ale pub in an old shop and it absolutely does what it says it does-serve outstanding beer. We loved it. Cash only, great value and a superb selection of real ale. I’ll...More
Excellent selection of cask beers for all cask fans tastes. Busy due to football, but service remained really quick but still attentive. All beers tasted really fresh and all were reasonably priced. Always enjoy a visit to Drapers!
Small ex shop turned into delightful micro pub serving lovely craft beers and excellent local gin.
Beers change regularly. All excellent.
My psychopomp local gin was delightful.
Great atmosphere and free nibbles of cheese/crackers/samosa were an added bonus.
Real Ale and Wine only bar,small ex shop,friendly staff and good atmosphere.Can make new friends easily.No menu and a lack of commercialism.I think these type of bar and
small wine shops are the way to go to avoid the huge expense of huge pub sites.
OK it's a shop front but once inside you are in a proper old fashioned single room pub with a fantastic range of real ale from smaller independent brewers.
The beer is well served from the barrel and there is always a good choice of...More
This little Micro pub on the Gloucester Road has a very good range of real ales, all sourced locally.
There is a great choice straight from the barrel. All beers were priced at £3.50 per pint or £1.80 per half.
The staff/owners were very helpful...More
Went there last night after dinner, and it was splendid. It specialises in truly excellent beer, best I've had for many years, and is basic and simple, with friendly staff and clients. This is what pubs are really about, beer and friends, not flashing screens...More