The Turk’s Head Inn on St Aldate Street in Gloucester is a fantastic pub. This pub is a unique venue with a funny set of rules on the outside and eclectic décor inside. They also serve a big variety of drinks, many of which are pretty unique to Gloucester.
The Turk’s Head Inn in Gloucester
The pub has both inside and outside seating. There are a few seats outside on St Aldate Street, the bar area. The bar area seemed the most popular part. This had a great vibe, and staff and customers were friendly and willing to have banter. The Turk’s Head Inn is the first micro-pub in the city. They opened in 2018 and moved from Southgate Street recently.
I only stopped for one pint of cider, however the barman recommended Sheppy Cider from their extensive menu. Sheppy’s is a 200-year-old family-owned sixth-generation master cider maker. One of the oldest and most respected cider brands in the world.
They have 28 different ciders, thus is a paradise for those that love cider. They also have a range of lagers and real ales on offer.
The Turk’s Head makes it clear dogs are welcome at their entrance, also they have dog treats on the bar. Another wonderful venue for the Gloucester Dog-Friendly pubs page.
Review of The Turk’s Head in Gloucester
I will return to this place as it is something very different, is good value, and those 28 ciders will not test themselves.
- Address – St Aldate St, Gloucester GL1 1RP.
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