The refurbishment work on Abbey Ales new city centre pub in the World Heritage City of Bath is nearing completion.
The Trinity, situated on James Street West of Kingsmead Square, is Abbey Ales fourth venue in the city and joins the National Heritage Inventory listed Star Inn, Baths premier sports bar, the Assembly Inn and Bath’s smallest pub, the Coeur De Lion. It is being tastefully restored to its former glory and will offer the best of the award-winning brewer’s own range of cask beers, including its flagship brand, Bellringer.
Refurbished as a traditional pub but adding a contemporary stylish feel to a classic interior The Trinity situated right in the heart of the city will appeal to theatre-goers, tourists and locals alike who will be able to enjoy Abbey Ales prize winning ales as well as a range of other locally brewed ales, continental lagers traditional pub food plus a selection of fine wines and spirits.
The food on offer will focus on British classics such as home-made pies with mash, fish and chips, roast beef sandwiches a traditional Sunday lunch plus a house special not yet revealed!
Commenting on the acquisition, Managing Director Alan Morgan said: “We are delighted to have acquired the Trinity which is our third Punch Lease . We have a love and enthusiasm for great beer and quality pub food. The Trinity is another Bath city centre pub for us and we believe city centre pubs are the way forward and we are considering more outlets as and when they become available in the city. We believe beer enthusiasts will particularly enjoy what the Trinity has to offer.”
He said the pub which has been closed for two months for planning and refurbishment In partnership with Punch Taverns and will open in mid-July and will be managed by Tycjan Zaleski who added “I have always loved the Trinity and we are going to do things to make it special and different from all the other pubs in the near vicinity. There’s a lot of money being put into this part of town and its fast becoming a popular area for tourists theatre goers and locals alike.”
Founded in 1997, Abbey Ales is the first and only brewery in the historic City of Bath for over fifty years, and is the initiative of experienced brewery sales and marketing manager Alan Morgan.
A Camra prize winning beer Bellringer is the only cask beer continuously produced at the Abbey Brewery, a golden 4.2% abv best bitter. Successfully launched at the Bath CAMRA beer festival in October 1997 Bellringer is now the top selling cask bitter in the World Heritage City of Bath and is as popular with the many visitors to the Georgian City as it is with Bathonians.If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!