Fresh Beer Japanese Street Food Plants Galore

The Taproom, Old Market, is a destination venue for beer lovers. 

Super-fresh beer, expertly served by our highly trained team. Sweeping, expansive views onto monolithic, gleaming silver fermentation vessels. A vast beer garden replete with gently swaying grasses, towering floral spires and gently rustling trees. Umami-bomb Japanese street food. More plants than you can shake a stick at. All this and more are waiting for those in the know on a small industrial estate sandwiched between Old Market and Easton.

A 500-capacity space with the city’s most exciting, diverse events lineup, everyone is invited to the taproom. From brewery tours to monthly yoga events, pottery workshops to jumble sales, there’s something for everyone. And it’s not just our events calendar that’s expansive; our drinks menu is a proud showcase of producer excellence. In addition to beers brewed metres from your seat, we serve natural and premium wines curated by Cave Bristol, locally made spirits from Psychopomp and Circumstance, local ciders, alongside a thoughtful selection of alcohol-free and soft drinks.

See you at the bar.

Opening Hours

Wednesday: 4pm - 11pm

Thursday: 4pm - 11pm

Friday: 4pm - 12am

Saturday: 12pm - 12am

Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

Last orders are served half an hour before close.

Eatchu's Opening Hours

Wednesday: 6pm - 9.30pm

Thursday: 6pm - 9.30pm

Friday: 5pm - 10pm

Saturday: 12pm - 10pm

Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

March Bank Holiday Opening Hours

Friday 29th March: 12pm - 12am

Saturday 30th March: 12pm - 12am

Sunday 31st March: 12pm - 12am

Monday 1st April: Closed

Key Information

→ Dog-friendly

→ Fully wheelchair-accessible venue with level access throughout. One accessible car parking space available next to the Eatchu kitchen pop-up 

→ Delicious food available on-site from our resident pop-ups, Eatchu

→ Limited car parking (8 spaces), situated at the front of the brewery, at the opposite side of the building to the taproom

→ Plenty of bike racks available

→ Gender-inclusive toilets (individual cubicles with floor-to-ceiling divides, plus separate urinal room)

→ Cider, natural wines, spirits, cocktails, soft drinks and alcohol-free beers

Location & Getting Here

Address: Unit 11, City Business Park, Easton Road, Bristol, BS5 0SP.

Finding the Taproom: Enter the industrial estate via the Easton Road entrance opposite LA Gym. Ignore the first left-hand turn, and keep walking down the straight main road. Take the next left-hand turn; the taproom will be on your left.

For detailed travel instructions for arriving by Bike, Bus, Car, and Foot, click here.

There is limited car parking available (8 spaces), situated at the front of the brewery, at the opposite side of the building to the taproom.

Accessibility at The Taproom

→ Level access throughout the building (including into the brewery for tours)

→ Dropped height bar for wheelchair users

→ Accessible toilet

→ Two accessible car parking spots

→ Low height tables & moveable seating reserved for wheelchair users 

→ Large print drinks menu available

→ Some venue signage is printed in braille

→ Our bar staff are all trained to look out for anyone who may face communication challenges, and we'll always do our absolute best to ensure that everyone can comfortably order a drink in a way that suits them, and then enjoy our venue.

Private Hire

Click here to discover all about Private Hire of The Taproom, Old Market for your special event.


The Wiper and True events calendar is packed full of exciting goings-on, from regular pottery and yoga to parties, DJs and more. Check out our full events calendar here.


If you have a question about either of our taprooms, please get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

In the meantime, you can find information about private hire, table bookings, events and brewery tours on our website, or visit our socials for all our latest taproom news.

Brewery Tours

Visit The Brewery Where The Magic Happens

Discover the secrets to our great-tasting beers with behind-the-scenes access on a brewery tour. Small groups, friendly & knowledgeable hosts, and of course, plenty of samples.

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