Monday - Thursday
11:00 - 23:00
Friday - Saturday
11:00 - 00:00
12:00 - 22:00
Monday - Saturday
12:00 - 23:00
12:00 - 21:00
The Brewery Quarter,
Whether you’re coming to enjoy a meal with friends or a quick drink after work, soak up the atmosphere and take your time to choose from our fantastic selection of great beers, wines and spirits, and browse through our delicious beer-matched food menu. However you decide to use Brewhouse & Kitchen you will be assured of a great time.
We love Cheltenham and all that live and work around our beautiful pub. That’s why we’ve named our own beers after the great and the good of Cheltenham, past and present. Every pump clip tells a story…… from our Session Bitter ‘Crystal Rock’ named in tribute to the talented Richard O’Brien, famous as presenter of the hugely popular Crystal Maze TV show, who also achieved international and everlasting fame by writing the horror comedy musical The Rocky Horror Show. ‘Colonel Jack’ Traditional IPA is named after Colonel Claude Reignier Conder born in Cheltenham in 1848, remembered for his esteemed military career, Conder was later named by modern day author Tom Sleman as potentially being the notorious Jack the Ripper.
We have a great selection of beers with many different seasonal choices along with a wide range of draught and bottled beers and excellent wine by the glass or bottle.
Our Menu offering boasts some great pub classics, all with a Brewhouse & Kitchen twist, and each comes with a fantastic beer and food pairing recommendation, to further intensify the flavour.
We look forward to welcoming you.
IPAs - Rye
Ruby, Spicy, Hoppy – As hoppy and bitter as our usual IPAs but with added complexity from the large amount of spicy rye malt and touches of caramel malt used in the recipe. Our hoppy and spicy rye IPA is an affectionate tribute to three times Gold Cup winning horse ‘Best Mate’. Considered one of the most loved horses in the history of horse racing in the UK, his presence at a race meeting could guarantee a full capacity crowd. He not only earned millions in winnings but also raised a huge amount of money for charity
English Style Ale- Blossom Ale
Light, Balanced, Floral – A traditional Spring ale infused with Spring blossoms, light and balanced with a touch of floral, fruity aromas. Nothing signals the arrival of Spring more than the first signs of blossom on the cherry tree or the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Locally named the ‘Big Chase’, it’s the race that tops all other races at the festival in terms of prestige and money. Enjoy a glass of this light, floral ale, infused with Spring blossom and toast the Gold Cup: the most valuable non-handicap chase in the UK.
American Style Ale- Amber Ale
Our big hoppy red ale is full of rich caramel malts matched to American hops and just bursting with character – a fitting tribute to the 1872 brilliantly plotted, wonderfully inventive nonsense story, ‘Through the Looking Glass and what Alice found there’ by Lewis Carroll, (of which the mirror that inspired Carroll remains displayed in Charlton Kings today) and introduces the reader to a host of characters such as Tweedledum and Tweedledee, and Humpty Dumpty whose favourite time of day was “brillig” – “four o’clock in the afternoon – the time when you begin broiling things for dinner”, but we prefer it to be the time for beer!
IPA - Traditional IPA
History would have Cheltenham born Colonel Claude Reignier Conder 1848 – 1910 remembered by his esteemed military career, his friendship with Lord Kitchener and his pioneering surveys and archaeology discoveries in Syria, Palestine and Jordan, but modern day author Tom Slemen places him in the most controversial of lights as the notorious ‘Jack the Ripper’. Exhaustive in his research, Slemen’s 2011 publication controversially suggests that the Whitehall murders of 1888 were in fact a Black Operation orchestrated by the British Intelligence Agency against an Irish Terrorist Alliance and that Jack the Ripper was actually a military-trained assassin, and none other than the Colonel!
English Style Ale- session Bitter
We have named our sensation session bitter, packed full of Crystal Malt after one of Cheltenham’s most famous sons, the multi talented Richard O’Brien – etched in our memories as the presenter of the hugely popular Crystal Maze TV game show but who achieved international and everlasting fame by writing the horror comedy musical The Rocky Horror Show, of which its 1975 film adaptation featured some interesting characters wearing ripped fishnets and sporting dyed spiky hair, is largely accredited with the start of the punk fashion trend. Still in limited release, it is the longest running theatrical release in film history.
Belgian Style Ale- Witbier
Cloudy, Refreshing, Citrusy – A wheat beer brewed with inluences of the white and cloudy Belgian Wit. Made for the summer this ale is both refreshing and elegant, with a taste of grain and citrus derived from coriander and citrus peel Our neighbouring Dowty House was originally built as an orphanage for boys. Funded entirely by voluntary donations, the Victorian home had only spaces for 20 boys. As no facility was made for a classroom or schooling, most of the boys would have sought some work in the Brewery, which stood proud of place, directly opposite.
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Stouts & Porters - Traditional Porter
If you were asked to name what Great Britain was famous for you would probably answer David Beckham, Fish & Chips, Big Ben, Red Buses, The Beatles, London Black cabs, Tea and Real Ale to name but a few, and we are guessing that ‘Ski Jumping’ is not on the tip of your tongue ….. but Britain and Ski Jumping is exactly what the world was talking about for a brief historical moment during the 1988 Winter Olympics, when Cheltenham lad Michael “Eddie the Eagle” Edwards descended the inrun and took off to fly down that terrifying steeply sloped hill in Calgary, Canada. Whilst he finished an emphatic last, being cited a ‘heroic failure’, he won the support and respect of the international sporting community for his perseverance and achievement. We have named our Traditional Porter in honour of Britain’s most lovable ski jumper.
Since the discovery of mineral springs in Cheltenham in 1716, the town has been known as a health and holiday spa. This is thanks mainly to Captain Henry Skillicorne whose entrepreneurial skills and broad vision – possibly inspired by his regular trips to the Mediterranean – developed the springs into a major attraction for visitors to the town
English Style Ale- Golden Ale
The Victorian jockey ‘Fred Archer’, nicknamed ‘the ‘Tin Man’ is the inspiration behind the name for our hoppy Golden Ale. Born in Cheltenham in 1857 he went on to become the most celebrated and revered jockey of his time, winning 2747 times over a 16 – year period, including 5 Derbys, 4 Oaks and 6 St Legers, and is reputed to this day,” to be the best all-round jockey that the turf has ever seen
American Pale Ale
Enjoy a pint of this simple Pale Ale with truck loads of piney, grapefruity American hops and raise a refreshing glass to our American cousins – you could almost believe you were in a brewpub in Cheltenham, in Montgomery USA!
Spend a day learning how to brew beer in our microbrewery with our Head Brewer: Breakfast, Lunch, ample beer tasting and a 5 litre mini keg to take home all included… sound like fun? Click the link to find out more!
Sample 8 different beers (some of which are brewed right on-site in our microbrewery) under the guidance of one of our in-house beer experts. Nibbles and the option to add a B&K burger to finish included!
Seated: 28 / Standing: 50
Seated: 10 / Standing: 24
Our raised mezzanine level overlooks the main floor of the pub, our bar and our micro-brewery. It can accommodate up to 50 guests with a cabaret style table plan. Alternatively, the space can be split to comfortably seat parties of up to 28. For groups of up to 18 we can offer a screened section of the mezzanine for undisturbed use and access to our large HD screen (HDMI & VGA connectivity), perfect for presentations. We regret that unfortunately the mezzanine level does not have step-free access.
If you need to use our projector to present to a larger group, we can offer you a section of the main floor within the pub. The area can be screened for a little more privacy and would be suitable for groups of 30-40 guests. There’s step-free access and our accessible WC is close at hand.
Standing in the shadow of our vast copper vats, the brewers table can seat up to 10 or be used as private area for up to 24 standees.
A huge marble table with a real fire centerpiece. The fire pit can seat up to 16 with sofas alongside that can accommodate another 12.
From intimate two-seaters to long tables for up to 20 guests. With a maximum capacity nearing 180 we can accommodate all needs with prior arrangement.