Posts tagged Thatchers Gold

Horse and Groom (Bristol) Review

Address: Horse and Groom, 17 St. Georges Road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5UU

Draught

Moles Black Rat
Thatchers Cheddar Valley
Thatchers Gold
Thatchers Traditional

Guest Ciders

Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze
Thatchers Heritage

Bottles

None

Review

Having been notified of it’s re-opening, by a friend who works nearby, I had to pop on down to see what was happening. This is the latest venture by the people behind The Orchard. With them being one of Bristol’s best cider pubs, then this had to be good for cider right?

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The Lazy Dog (Bristol) Review

Address: The Lazy Dog, 112 Ashley Down Road, Ashley Down, Bristol, BS7 9JR

Draught

Orchard Pig Medium
Millwhites Rioja Cask Cider
Thatchers Gold

Bottles

Cobbledicks
Savannah Dry
Westons Organic Cider
Westons Organic Pear

Review

Previously, when it was the Ashley Arms, I heard bad things about it and avoided it at all costs. It’s just off the Gloucester Road, near the cricket ground, and unless you knew it existed, then you wouldn’t necessarily stumble upon it.

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The Old Duke (Bristol) Review

Address: The Old Duke, 45 King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ER

Draught

Thatchers Cheddar Valley
Thatchers Gold
Westons Stowford Press

Bottles

Thatchers Pear
Westons Organic

Review

This is the sister pub of the Golden Lion, set in the heart of the city centre on King Street. The main focus for this pub is the jazz, which becomes quite obvious when you step in, with loads of jazz posters everywhere! It’s famous for having many free live jazz/blues nights and a yearly jazz festival.

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The Golden Guinea (Bristol) Review

Address: The Golden Guinea, 19 Guinea Street, Bristol, BS1 6SX

Draught

Blackbeard Cider
Kingstone Press
Westons Old Rosie

Bottles

Thatchers Gold (Can)
Thatchers Katy
Westons Organic

Review

With the latest ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film now on our screens featuring a Bristolian pirate, Blackbeard, what better way to celebrate this than to go to the pub that apparently Blackbeard drank in.

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Bristol Cider Awards 2011 Results

After a slight delay in getting back the voting slips, the Bristol Cider Awards 2011 have finally been announced by The Apple. The results are the following:

Best of Best – Rich’s Medium
Best Sparkling Cider – Thatcher’s Gold
Best Sparkling Perry – Beesting
Best Still Cider – Old Rosie
Best Still Perry – Hecks Perry
Best Old Favourite – Olde English
Best Organic – Westons Organic
Best Small Producer – Orchard Pig
Best Strong Cider – Old Bristolian
Best Specialist Cider – Hecks Dunkertons
Best Flavoured Cider – Gwatkin Pyder
Best Cider Maker – Thatchers

Well done to all of the above and roll on next year :)

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The Orchard Inn (Bristol) Review

Address: The Orchard Inn, 12 Hanover Place, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 6XT

Draught

Ben Crossmans (Dry)
Countryman (Sweet)
Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze
Hecks Perry
Moles Black Rat
Parson’s Choice (Dry)
Richs Farmhouse (Sweet/Medium/Dry)
Richs Legbender
Severncider (Medium/Dry)
Severncider Perry (Dry)
Thatchers Cheddar Valley
Thatchers Gold
Thatchers Traditional
Ticknum Tipple
Westcroft Janets Jungle Juice (Medium/Dry)
Wilkins (Sweet/Medium/Dry)

Past Draught Ciders/Perries

Bath Ales Bounders
Cornish Orchards Perry (Medium)
Norton Wood Dry
Tricky Cider (Sweet/Medium/Dry)

Bottles

Thatchers Katy

Review

When my friend recently brought up The Orchard in conversation, I just had to go down and see it again. It’s a little like an old friend for me, that isn’t quite local enough I can easily walk to visit, but I feel guilty I don’t see enough of because they are so close. Luckily as my other half is a perennial taxi user, it wasn’t to be the usual long journey to the other side of the river, but a nice short taxi ride.
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The Coronation Tap (Bristol) Review

Address: The Coronation Tap, 8 Sion Place, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4AX

Draught

Cori Tap Exhibition
Thatchers Cheddar Valley
Thatchers Gold
Thatchers Traditional
Westons Old Rosie
Westons Stowford Press

Bottles

Thatchers Cox
Thatchers Green Goblin
Thatchers Katy

Review

When everyone thinks of Bristol cider pubs, the first one always on their mind is the Cori Tap. Dating back to the 1800s, this cider pub is what really put Bristol on the cider map. Its reputation is such that even the rich and famous frequent there on occasion and go and get “corried”. One of the biggest things it is known for is its lethal Exhibition cider. At 8.4% and only served in half-pints, then you can understand why it can become dangerous drinking it.
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