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The Barrels, Hereford

The Barrels is Wye Valley Brewery’s flagship pub, and was the brewery’s home for many years. A down-to-earth drinking establishment – and 18th Century coaching inn – it’s one of the last multi-roomed pubs in town. It attracts an eclectic clientele who come for the lively, friendly atmosphere and, of course, the excellent beer.

The Barrels has a large, partially covered, walled and flagstoned brewery yard, which is the occasional home of a heated marquee. Every August, The Barrels hosts a major beer festival in aid of local charities. This popular event includes a wide range of beers plus an array of live entertainment.

The pub is also home to an array of ladies’ and men’s darts, pool and skittles teams (all of which welcome new members).

OPENING TIMES

The Barrels pub sign

Landlord and landlady Peter and Fran Amor, and manager Phil Pryce, look forward to welcoming you on:

MONDAY TO THURSDAY
11.00am to 11.30pm

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
11.00am to midnight

SUNDAY
Midday to 11.30pm

HOW TO FIND US

Map showing the The Barrels

Formed partly from the old city wall, the pub can be found at the east end of St Owen Street. Parking is to the rear in Bath Street car park.

The Barrels
69 St Owen Street
Hereford
HR1 2JQ

T 01432 274968

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REGULAR EVENTS

JAZZ NIGHT

8pm on the first Monday of each month it’s Jazz night with The Cider City Jazz Men, who are now into their sixth year at The Barrels.

BAND NIGHTS

On the third Wednesday of every month.

QUIZ NIGHTS

We hold a fun, charity quiz every Thursday.

DID YOU KNOW…?

Cask Marque logo

The Barrels is Cask Marque accredited and was Herefordshire CAMRA’s Pub of the Year in 1992, 1996, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2012, and runner up in 2011.

The pub also has one of the best displays of flowers in the country – and that’s official! For the last 3 years we have won Gold in the Heart of England in Bloom competition.

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