Wild Beer Co to open first bar and restaurant

Claire Dodd

Claire Dodd

05 August 2015

Leading craft brewer, the Somerset-based Wild Beer Co, is to open its first bar and restaurant, with a new site confirmed for Cheltenham.

Opening in September, the new venue will be located at Jessop House on Cambray Place in the city centre, and will serve the brewer's own brews, alongside other quality beers.

The company was founded two and a half years ago by Andrew Cooper and Brett Ellis, and is located in Shepton Mallet. The new bar will also serve cured meats, and cheeses sourced from the dairy farm where the brewery is based.

In an announcement on its website, Wild Beer Co said it intended to 'create a very special bar and restaurant full of some of the finest artisan food and drink products in the UK and beyond'.

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