ADDRESS: The Taproom, Unit 11, City Business Park, Easton Road, BS5 0SP
Click here for Google Maps directions on how to find us. Enter the industrial estate via the Easton Road entrance, not on Stapleton Road. If you have questions about accessibility or finding us, please give us a ring on 0117 9412501.
Travelling on foot
Once you've navigated to City Business Park, enter the industrial estate and ignore the first left hand turn where you'll see the Royal Mail unit, and a large corrugated shed with the Wiper and True logo on it. Keep walking down the straight main road, and then take the second lefthand turn towards the taproom.
Travelling by bus
The closest bus stops are Thrissell Street (bus routes 24 citylines, 48, 48A and 49) and Easton Road (bus routes 6, 7, 35, 36, 42 citylines east, 43 citylines east, 44 citylines east and 45 citylines east).
The Easton Road bus stop (opposite LA Gym) is the best choice for level access. From here, head into the City Business Park, staying on the pavement on the right hand side of the road. Ignore the first left turn (where you'll see the Royal Mail unit and a large corrugated shed with the Wiper and True logo on it). Continue down the pavement you're travelling on, then take the second left hand turn towards the Wiper and True taproom; you'll need to cross the road here via the dropped access.
Travelling by car & accessible parking
We encourage our guests not to travel by car if possible. We do have limited car parking for the taproom, situated around the front of the brewery, on the opposite side to the taproom. There are 8 spaces in total. We have one accessible parking space on the taproom side of the building, close to the entrance and located next to Eatchu's pop-up kitchen. There is no other taproom parking on the industrial estate. Please only park in these Wiper and True dedicated spaces.
Travelling by bicycle
The map below highlights cycle paths and bike friendly routes. Please be aware that if you're arriving from St Werburghs/the North East, you'll need to get off your bike at the Easton Road bus stop. Once you're passed this bus stop you can get back on your bike, and whiz into the City Business Park industrial estate. Ignore the first left hand turn where you'll see the Royal Mail unit and a large corrugated shed with a Wiper and True logo, and take the second lefthand turn towards the taproom. You'll find customer bike parking here.
Travelling by bike from our St Werburghs Taproom: 8 minute cycle
Travelling by bike from St George: 7 minute cycle
Travelling by bike from Cabot Circus: 5 minute cycle
Travelling by bike from Castle Park: 5 minute cycle