Bell & Talbot : A Bridgnorth Pub
Local Real Ales, Sky Sports, Pool Table & Great Atmosphere
Cask Ales & Real Ales
Local Cask Ales Expertly Kept
We Love Our Bourbons
The Bell & Talbot : A Traditional Bridgnorth Pub
A free house Bridgnorth pub renowned for Local Real Ales and Live Sports
The Bell & Talbot is located on Salop Street just minutes off Bridgnorth High Street in this historic Shropshire market town. It’s a delight for locals and visitors including lovers of real ales, cask conditioned beers and live sport enthusiasts alike.
CAMRA Pub Of The Season Award Winner for Winter 2018
The main rooms now have large TV’s with BT SPORT & SKY SPORTS, so you won’t miss a major sporting event
.There is plenty of room too ! A large L shaped lounge with an open fire, a smaller bar snug and a semi covered outdoor courtyard. FREE WiFi throughout.
The conservatory is the perfect pool bar, warm throughout the year, with a pool table.
Dog Friendly we always welcome our four legged friends.
Real Ales, Cask Conditioned Beers, Lagers & Ciders
Regular Real Ales on offer include Bathams Best Bitter (4.2%) , Hobsons Town Crier (4.5%) , Wye Valley HPA (4.0%) and regularly changing Guest Ales including beers by Wye Valley, Salopian and Three Tuns.
Also serving Carling, Becks, Stella Artois, Guinness and Thatchers Gold on Draught.
As well as Bottled Real Ales and Craft Ales Too !
Whiskys, Whiskeys, Gins, Rums, Vodkas & Bourbons
We always aim to have a range of different and special spirits. We love our Bourbons !
Happy Hour 7 Days A Week
5pm – 7pm Monday – Friday :: 4pm – 6pm Saturday & Sunday
It’s HAPPY HOUR, enjoy one of our selected pints of Real Ale or Lager at reduced rate. Just what you need after a hard day or just to start the night off 😉
A Little Pub History
The Bell & Talbot Bridgnorth pub was first licensed in 1831 as The Bell Inn. Talbot was added to the name in 1844 by Richard Evans. A brewhouse was added to the building in the 1800’s and produced beer until around 1920.
In September 2015 Keith Lacey was proud to take over the reins when he became the manager of Bell & Talbot. Keith looks forward to seeing you and is keen to build the pubs reputation for good beers and local cask ales. He will even shoot a good game of pool with you if time permits.
Bridgnorth is a tourist delight with its first historic records going back to 895. There is plenty to see with the Severn Valley Railway, the Castle Hill Railway ( The oldest and steepest funicular railway connecting Lown Town & High Town ), Northgate Museum and annual events such as the Bridgnorth Music Festival, Bridgnorth Beer Festival and Bridgnorth Lions Sponsored Walk. Find out more About Bridgnorth.