The Pelican Inn is a historic real-ale pub in Gloucester. It is one of the oldest pubs in the city, with its history dating back to 1679. The pub is dog-friendly and human friendly and serves a range of real ales, real ciders and perry. They host 2 beer festivals throughout the year. More info…
Real Ale, Beer & Cider
The Pelican pride themselves on being a real ale and cider pub and consistently has at least 10 on draught. They have frequently won the CAMRA award for pub of the year on multiple occasions.
The Pelican serves the full range of beers brewed by Wye Valley Brewery, and guest ales from other brewers. Ten real ales are always available on the bar, and at least ten proper ciders and perry. Note they sell no draught lager!
The Pelican Inn
The pub has a friendly vibe inside and has plenty of seating and a nice beer garden area with shaded seats. There are multiple rooms inside for drinkers to sit around small tables.
The staff and owners are knowledgeable about the beers they sell here. The Pelican is a great place to drink for lovers of real ales.
Where in Gloucester?
The Pelican Inn is a public house on St Marys Street near to Gloucester Cathedral. The pub is a stone’s throw away from the historic St Oswald’s Priory and most of the city centre. It is a good place to have a beer before or after a game at Gloucester Rugby Club.