Time for wine

Time for wine. Let’s just take a break from beer for one moment, only for a moment, we’re swapping hops for grapes, with just a little introduction to some of my favourite wines at The Beer Emporium. The is sun starting to show its long awaited face so why not spend...

A Brief History of King Street

  Most people who visit The Beer Emporium are intrigued as to the history of the building. Well, let’s shed some light into the cellar… The whole street is steeped in history. King Street is a 17th-century street named after Charles II. The street lies just south...
As cool as an Icelandic glacier

As cool as an Icelandic glacier

There are lots of beers that are just a little bit awesome however, one of my absolute favourites is the Einstok White Ale. Especially with the sun starting to appear this crisp refreshing wit beer with notes of pineapple will leave you refreshed as if you had a...

These are a few of my Favourite Gins

A few lovely gin cocktails at The Rummer Bar in St Nick‘s Market on Friday night got me thinking about gin. Here’s the low-down on the gin you’ll see on the back – bar here at the Beer Emporium. Tanqueray: A London dry gin. Tanqueray is distilled four times, and...

Fancy a Coffee?

Bristol is a city that loves its beverages! This is reflective of the rest of the country; beer and coffee seem to have a connection in terms of the growth of craft, speciality, artisan and local produce in the last few years. Bristol seen a wealth of great beer bars...

All Bristol Tap – Takeover 27th Feb

We played host to some of the finest produce Bristol has to offer: Beer and Pie! We had All- Bristol beers on the taps and Pieminister pies in the kitchen. It was great to see some of the brewers pop down for a few drinks too. There are too many to mention now but...