The Cellar: import beers, British ale, cocktails, live music, parties, free-to-hire function room, Premier League football.
"Pub of the Year, the Cellar is a modern, open-plan bar which majors on a wide ranging, imaginative selection of cask and keg ales to suit all tastes". http://www.chestercamra.co.uk/ Chester Beer Project: "We’re now in the realms of pub perfection and we had a very difficult job separating these last two. I was trying to find a word that best describes the Cellar – and I think the word is modern. This place represents evolution – maybe it’s even the forerunner of the next generation of Chester pubs. Whether or not the craft beer revolution will ever completely eclipse the traditional brewers is open for debate, but the Cellar certainly has more in common with a Brewdog bar for instance than the ‘Olde Dog & Duck’,* for here you will find beer heaven. On one side of the bar, there are three constantly changing cask ales, usually from local micro-brewers, which are always in perfect condition. These are complimented by an array of keg fonts across the rest of the bar carrying a wide range of imported German and Belgian beers, from black lagers and wheat beers to strawberry lambics** and unusual ciders. In addition, the fridges are well stocked with more Belgian beers and some quite frankly ‘wacky’ offerings from the rest of the world and beyond. Add to the equation... late opening at the weekends and what you get is the perfect city centre pub. This is the future. Others will follow their lead". " * this place doesn’t exist – it’s a cipher – a stereotypical ‘traditional English pub’ reference point. Don’t look for it in the list. It’s not there ! ** I’m making this up." http://chesterbeerproject.blogspot.com/