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By bristol247, Monday Dec 1, 2014

Zerodegrees, Bristol’s award winning craft brewery and restaurant, has had a major refurbishment to its building, in tandem with a new and improved menu offer – after a successful decade at the landmark Colston Street site


The dining room has moved to the top floor and an expansive, flexible drinking and dining space created downstairs. There is expanded seasonal seating in a walled garden, transformed from the historic tram ramp, and the roof terrace with new awning and sliding glass doors.

Look up to a ‘forest of globes’ and enjoy a more comfortably furnished drinking and dining environment throughout.

Brewing is at the heart of the operation, and Zerodegrees is unique in being able to offer the sight and smell and sounds of a working brewery dedicated to producing great beers. The delicious Mango Beer reflects a dedication to innovation and creativity, which can also be experienced in a new cocktail range.

Food is in the spotlight to – modern European dining, tapas and sharing plates have been introduced alongside the popular range of wood fire cooked pizza’s, pasta dishes and mussel pots.

Food offers include two for the price of one on any dish between 12noon – 2pm weekdays and Beat the Clock every Monday while Thursday offers two for the price of one on cocktails.

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