Friday 15 December 2017

Gloucestershire drink reviews

Read independent Gloucestershire drink reviews written by SoGlos’s experienced journalists.

Expect delicious food, a warm welcome, and a cosy setting at The Maytime Inn.

The Maytime Inn review

A midweek break in the Cotswolds is the perfect way to enjoy some R&R, with The Maytime Inn near Burford providing a charming...

The SoGlos team learnt from the cider masters at The Stable Cheltenham.

The Stable Cheltenham Cider Tasting Experience #SoGlosTeamReview

Boasting only one cider drinker in a group of 10, we embarked on The Stable Cheltenham’s Cider Tasting Experience with apprehension...

Sushi galore, curry and burgers too, SoGlos tested out restaurant delivery service, Deliveroo.

Deliveroo office lunch delivery review

Transforming the landscape of the boring office lunch, SoGlos sampled a taste of the restaurant delivery service, Deliveroo,...

SoGlos headed to Cheltenham’s newest cafe, The County Kitchen, and discovered a child-friendly vibe and great value menu.

The County Kitchen review

With a relaxed family-friendly vibe, a great value menu and super-speedy service, just off the High Street, SoGlos headed to...

The hearty Sunday roasts at The Old Spot Inn hit the spot for a lazy weekend lunch.

The Old Spot Inn review

The cosy surroundings, relaxed atmosphere and hearty grub at The Old Spot Inn in Dursley providing the perfect setting for...

Portivo Lounge offers a quirky yet relaxed place to eat and drink at Gloucester Quays.

Portivo Lounge review

SoGlos spent a cosy, candlelit Monday night at the ever-bustling Portivo Lounge at Gloucester Quays, leaving impressed by the...

The Ebrington Arms near Chipping Campeden punches well above its weight.

The Ebrington Arms review

SoGlos beats the rush at The Ebrington Arms near Chipping Campden, discovering a Cotswold country pub punching well above its...

With its charming countryside pub feel, wide range of ciders and great grub, The Cider Tree gets thumbs up from SoGlos.

The Cider Tree review

With 34 varieties of cider – including its own Gloucester Glory – succulent pulled pork rolls, the biggest beer garden in town...

The revamped Slug and Lettuce is cool and vibrant, with an atmosphere and cocktail menu to match.

The Slug and Lettuce review

Following a stylish refurbishment and spruce-up of the menus, SoGlos headed to The Slug and Lettuce in Cheltenham for a spot...

The Apple Tree Inn fails to impress with its Sunday roast.

The Apple Tree Inn review

SoGlos seeks out a hearty Sunday roast at The Apple Tree Inn in Minsterworth, but finds the pub far from lives up to the promise.

Old favourite The Brunswick is back. SoGlos puts the relaunched venue to the test.

The Brunswick review

The Brunswick pub in Gloucester has finally re-opened its doors. With the promise of live music and opportunities to chow down... has a laugh at The Prince Albert Stroud.

The Prince Albert comedy night review

With a line-up of three top comedians, an exclusive preview of an Edinburgh Festival Fringe show, and local funnyman Nick Page...

Thanks to a laid back atmosphere, a well-priced menu and drinks deals galore, Apres in Cheltenham delivers round the clock.

Apres review

Like the Premiership football matches found on the huge plasma screens, a visit to the popular Cheltenham bar Apres certainly...

Gupshill Manor leaves a bitter taste in the mouth for

Gupshill Manor review makes an opportunistic stop-off at Gupshill Manor on the edge of Tewkesbury, only to wish we’d ditched the unsatisfactory...

An enviable town centre location, and elegant decor, signals a new and improved Yates’.

Yates's Cheltenham bar review

Set in the heart of Cheltenham, SoGlos discovered that Yates’s has come a long way since the days of sticky floors and stumbling...

With an enviable range of real ales and fantastic food, the Yew Tree Inn is well worth seeking out.

The Yew Tree Inn review

The Yew Tree Inn at Cliffords Mesne in the Forest of Dean proved it’s not the journey, but the destination that really counts...

The rustic-meets-regency Beehive Pub in Montpellier offers a warm welcome, seven days a week.

The Beehive Pub review

The Beehive Pub in Cheltenham’s Montpellier is a traditional watering hole in every sense of the word. From its warming woody...

Fosters on the Docks is a fantastic out of town alternative.

Fosters on the Docks review

The multimillion pound development may be hitting the headlines, but Fosters on the Docks is already proving to be a popular...

Soak up the atmosphere next to the Severn at The Red Lion Inn this summer.

Red Lion Inn review

Let off some steam, relaxing by the river at the Red Lion Inn in Norton.


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