|Pub With Brewery Attached|
|Address||Ross Brewing Company|
The Bristol Brewhouse
117-119 Stokes Croft
City of Bristol
Ross started brewing in 1989 behind the Brewer's Droop Off-licence on Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol. They moved to The Bristol Brewhouse in 1991. They were the first brewery to use Soil Association approved organic barley. A 5BBL plant was used. Opened a sister plant in Newport in 1994. Also brewed the strongest real ale in the world, Uncle Igor's Famous Falling Over Water, normally 21%, but at times brewed up to 25%, this for a period being brewed in Newport. Bottle conditioned ales were also produced, but these were eventually contracted out and brewed by Eldridge Pope. Brewing ceased in early 1999.
We do not maintain a list of beers brewed by each brewery. There may be a list on the brewery's own website. For historical information, we suggest you also visit the brewery page on the unfortunately no longer updated Beermad.
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Last Updated : 8th May 2002