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We like to think the Bunch of Grapes is how a great pub should be, a friendly welcoming bar serving award winning ales ciders and bottle beers in front of a roaring log fire with a restaurant attached that also serves award winning food. Using locally sourced seasonal produce with creativity and flair but without pretence.

A pub where you are likely to walk in to beer festival one day with a Welsh choir in full voice and return another to find a Welsh cheese and cider festival in the main bar.

Where you can enjoy a home made pie and mash in the bar with a pint of Welsh ale while cheering on the Welsh rugby and then return with friends to a fine dining meal in the restaurant with wines from around the world the next.

But if you prefer you can just sit in the corner, read your paper, enjoy your beer and be happy you have found us.


Latest News

Christmas 2014 at The Bunch

Our bookings are filling up fast for December, with both our December Christmas Menu and our Christmas Day Menu now available. Read More

Chef position available

Here at the Bunch of Grapes we focus on quality and seasonality.

You will be joining a team of passionate and committed chefs that would train and assist you in taking your career further.
The ideal candidate would have experience in a busy and creative kitchen, work well under pressure as part of a team or on its own.

A NVQ or similar qualification would be a plus but not a necessity.

A up-to-date hygiene certificate is necessary.

Please reply to this advert via e-mail to info@bunchofgrapes.org.uk with a CV, cover letter and minimum of one reference

Bank Holiday Cider Festival

This Bank holiday weekend sees the return of our annual Bank Holiday Cider Festival.

The ciders are available Friday 22nd – Monday 25th.
Live Music Saturday from 8pm – Jazz/Swing Duo ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’
Live Music Sunday from 6pm – Solo Guitarist ‘Mansel Davies’

BLAENGAWNEY HALLET’S
Caerphilly
Husband and wife Anny and Andy Hallett have grown an award winning business from their 25 acre farm in Crumlin. Lovely people, even lovelier cider!
OAK AGED MEDIUM
5.0%
NATIONAL TREASURE SWEET
5.0%

PERRY MEDIUM
4.5%
GWYNT-Y-DDRAIG
Llantwit Fadre
The local cider company with a national reputation, established in 2001 and now supplying nationwide.
BLACK DRAGON MEDIUM
7.2%
FARMYARD SCRUMPY MEDIUM
5.5%
TWO TREES PERRY PALE MEDIUM
4.5%

FARMER JIM’S
Weston-super-mare
From helping to pick apples as a boy, to producing cider as a hobby. Farmer Jim now shares his ciders commercially. He quotes his Grandfather, Farmer Percy, ‘We grows our own apples, we scrats our own apples, we presses our own apples and we drinks our own cider’.
COPPER TOP DRY
7.0%
FARMYARD FRUITS BLEND/SWEET
4.0%
ORCHARD PIG
Somerset
Established by two friends in 2004, Orchard Pig produces a range of contemporarily marketed ciders and soft drinks from their own orchards. Their ciders all feature a considerable depth of flavour.

NAVEL GAZER MED DRY
6.0%
ABRAHALLS
Worcester
A family company drawing on 100 years of fruit and hop growing, producing a range of cider and liquers.

THUNDERING MOLLY MEDIUM
5.2%

SLACK ALICE MEDIUM
4.6%

New Bottled Beers & Ciders

Our fridges have had a bit of a reshuffle, and we’re very proud to make the list available of the wide range of local and imported beers and ciders that truly caters for every taste, whether you’re imbibing a few in the bar or would like to choose something special with your meal.

BOTTLED BEERS

 
OTLEY BREWING COMPANY, Pontypridd

The bottled offerings from our own award winning Microbrewery, perfect for when the beer you want is not on draught, or to explore the different characteristics of the beer when bottled, or to take home with you!

O1 Original
Pale straw  coloured bitter using Brewers Gold and Styrian Hops.  Easy quaffing session bitter.

4.0%

 
O9 Blonde
Clear wheat beer spiced with roasted orange peel, coriander and cloves.  Good hop aromas with a subtle bitterness.

4.8%

 
11 Motley Brew
An outstanding American style Double IPA.
Massive hop aromas, high bitterness with a sweet backbone.

7.5%

 
10 Oxymoron
A black IPA, which means that it is black in colour but hopped to taste like an IPA.  Both rich and fresh.

5.5%

 
08 EPIC

The classic O8 back to defend its fierce reputation.  A strong pale golden ale close to the barley wine style.  Honey, malt and gentle bitterness.  Deceptively smooth and drinker friendly.

8.0%

 
IMPORTED BOTTLED BEERS

 
Founders Brewery, Michigan, USA
ALL DAY IPA
Heavily aromatic with a bright clean easy taste that satisfies without a huge A.B.V.

Pairs well with all meat and poultry

4.7%

£3.80
Flying Dog, Maryland, USA
DOGGY STYLE PALE ALE

Grassy, citrusy hops with a sweet malt body.  Perfect with cheese and spiced dishes.

5.5%

£3.80
Nøgne Ø, Norway
PALE ALE
Award winning, refreshingly light and hoppy ale from Norway.
Ideal with rich meat dishes

6.0%

£6.50
Brew By Numbers, London
08|01 EXPORT STRENGTH STOUT
Dark, rich and full bodied.  Stands up beautifully when drunk with roasted meat and game.

6.1%

£3.95
Kernel IPA (Citra Simcoe), London
Upfront hops with lingering bitterness and a huge depth of flavour.
Big hoppiness pairs well with fish and white meats.

6.9%

£3.85
BOTTLED CIDERS

 
Blaengawney, Hallett’s

5.9%

£3.80
Ty Gwyn, Dabinnet Medium

6.5%

£4.20
Ty Gwyn, Medium Dry

6.5%

£4.20
Gwynt-y-Ddraig, Orchard Gold

4.5%

£3.85
Gwynt-y-Ddraig, Black Dragon

6.9%

£3.85

 

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