WELCOME TO THE GOOD MEASurE AND KINGS HEAD!
Pubs are a fundamental part of British society, and important to the cultural and historic fabric of this country. We’re proud to have been nominated for CAMRA’s Pub Of The Year after only a year of being open, and winning Runner-Up, at The Good Measure. And we’re proud to have re-opened the Kings Head after its Covid-enforced closure, and returned it to being an independently owned freehouse.
At both pubs we serve a carefully curated line-up of cask and keg beers from excellent local and national breweries, alongside permanent GCB beers. We stock local spirits, natural wines from a local distributor and non-alcoholic drinks, including our own alcohol-free beers. You can also pick up cans to take away from The Good Measure, and from the newsagent next door to the Kings Head. The passionate and thoughtful teams at our pubs create an accessible, inclusive atmosphere where everyone is always welcome.
She Drinks Beer, our regular night at the pub for women who enjoy beer, is hosted by both pubs once a month alternately – check out the webpage here.
Pubs provide a meeting point for communities, where people from different age groups and backgrounds can enjoy a shared space, get together and socialise. We are so pleased to be able to carry on that tradition!
Please note both our pubs are card-only, for the safety and security of our teams.
We look forward to seeing you – cheers!
THE GOOD MEASURE
2b Chandos Road, Redland, Bristol BS6 6PE
Open Mon-Fri 4pm, Sat & Sun 2pm
Opened in December 2018, our neighbourhood pub is part of the incredible independent food and drinks businesses on the popular Chandos Road.
Every Monday we run a popular pub quiz if you fancy putting your brain power to the test. Once a month we host visiting breweries for Tap Takeovers and Meet The Brewer evenings – look out for these on our social media and events page.
60 Victoria Street, Bristol BS1 6DE
Open Mon-Wed 4pm, Thur-Sat midday, Sun 2pm
The historic Kings Head on Victoria Street in central Bristol is the only Bristol pub of National Importance in the Campaign for Real Ale’s Heritage Listed Interiors, and best known for its unusual tramcar seating interior, while the backbar dates from 1865 and may be the oldest surviving in the country.
We re-opened this beautiful pub after over two years of Covid closure in Novemeber 2022. Temple Church, at the rear of the pub, has also recently re-opened allowing public access during the day, if you want to have a look around.
Hear Kelly and Bob chatting with the Hop Forward podcast about becoming the new custodians of the Kings Head here.
WHO'S SMART ENOUGH
TO STOCK US?
DID YOU KNOW?
The first ever brewers were in fact women.
They were known as ‘Brewsters’.