Missing the quiz night at your favourite pub? Us too, that’s why we’ve rounded-up some of the best virtual pub quizzes in Gloucestershire to enter during lockdown.
So, now you just have to decide whether you’ll be called Quaranqueens, Quentin Quarantino or that oldie Quizteama Aguilera…
Hillside Brewery in the Forest of Dean is getting quizzical with a virtual pub quiz every Friday from 8pm.
It’s also offering free home delivery to households within 15 miles of the brewery with online orders over £28, so you can enjoy the authentic Hillside Brewery experience from home!
To enter the quiz, go to the Hillside Brewery Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/hillsidebrewery.
Dodo Pub Co. which runs The Bottle of Sauce in Cheltenham is running a virtual pub quiz every Tuesday at 8pm.
A pen and paper is all that’s needed, aside from a beer or glass of wine, of course!
To take part, head to the Dodo Pub Co.’s Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/dodopubco.
The super popular Sunday Night Quiz at Cheltenham’s Sandford Park Alehouse is running online on Sundays from 7pm.
Get your team together and get the Zoom meeting link by visiting facebook.com/sandfordparkalehouse.
Wadworth Pubs, which runs The Beckford Inn near Tewkesbury, is running a pub quiz every Wednesday from 8pm through its virtual pub ‘The Henry.’
With six rounds including sport, music, food and a picture round uploaded to the Facebook page half an hour before the quiz starts.
Enter your team by visiting facebook.com/groups/thehenry.
Greene King, which runs Chambers in Gloucester and Copa in Cheltenham have created a virtual pub called The Lock Inn, which hosts a virtual pub quiz every Wednesday night at 6pm. There’s also Rock n Roll Bingo nights every Friday.
Both events are free to enter, but donations are encouraged for Greene King’s chosen charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Find out more on the Greene King Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/greenekingbrewery.
Whilst not strictly a pub quiz, Sue Ryder is hosting a virtual quiz every Friday to raise money for the charity, which runs Leckhampton Court Hospice in Cheltenham.
Participants are encouraged to give a donation of £21 per team and bring their funniest team names to the table.
To join in, go to the Sue Ryder Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/sueryderleckhamptoncourthospice.
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