There are many different pubs in Gloucester to choose from, including traditional boozers to modern bars. Country pubs in the cities suburbs can be fun to visit, especially after a walk. There are many options in the city for pet-friendly drinking establishments.
Some of the notable public houses in the city.
The Turks Head
Located on Southgate Street, The Turks Head is an interesting watering hole. It is uniquely decorated and has a vast selection of real ciders to choose from. The Turks Head has a friendly sociable atmosphere and an eccentric list of rules.
The Greyhound Longlevens
A welcoming family pub located in Longlevens, Gloucester. Follow us for news, events and special offers. @greyhound_glos
The Pilot Inn
Located near the canal in Hardwicke, the Pilot Inn is a great place to visit for a pint in their beer garden in the summer. About The Pilot…
The New Inn
Located in Northgate Street in the city centre, the New Inn is a place steeped in history as well as serving a nice pint. The Inn has a paranormal streak, and ghosts have been spotter there in the past. If approaching from the north you pass the Spirit of Aviation Statue that celebrates the cities links to the aerospace industry.
The Pelican Inn is a historic real-ale pub, it is one of the oldest pubs in the city with its history dating back to 1679.
Brewhouse & Kitchen
Located near to the Quays and Docks on the canal bank just up from Llanthony Bridge. Brewhouse and Kitchen is a nice place with a great atmosphere that serves a great range of drinks. Their lager selection is great and includes some nice Belgian beers of draught like Tongerlo.