Days Road
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Shop Opening Hours

Monday – Sunday:  1000 – 1700  (plus all days and times the Tap is open – see below)

At our shop you can purchase our cans and 660ml bomber bottles to take away, as well as Moor Beer t-shirts, glasses, other merchandise, and partner products featuring Moor Beer.  You can also order 20 litre boxes of beer, casks, and kegs for parties, as well as book on brewery tours.

Tap Opening Hours

The Tap is open the following hours:

Wednesday     1200–2200

Thursday         1200–2200

Friday              1200–2200

Saturday         1200–2200

Sunday            1200–1800

Our Tap features an ever changing selection of our beers in cask, keg, can & bottle, as well as a range of soft drinks and hot beverages (featuring Clifton Coffee).  You can order draught beer in one third, one half, and full imperial pint measures.  You can purchase our cans and 660ml bomber bottles for drinking at the Tap or to take away.  We also have two litre refillable growlers available to take away your favourite draught beers.  If you would like to book the Tap for a private function or organise events at the Tap please give us a shout.

Getting To Us

The brewery is on the corner of Days Road and Kingsland Road.  It is very conveniently located for public transport, walking and driving.


Moor Map

By Rail:  The brewery is not far from the back of Bristol Temple Meads rail station (just over a 5 minute walk). 

By Foot / Cycle:  From Temple Meads rail station take the side exit from the station signed “Temple Quay & Ferries”.  Continue to follow the “Ferry” and “Cycle Path” signs out of the station complex and car park.  At the zebra crossing turn right and follow the path over the steel bridge crossing the Floating Harbour.  After the bridge turn right where the finger sign points to “Bristol to Bath Cycle Route”.  The path then curves to the left and continues straight to become Oxford Street.  Carry on down Oxford Street, parallel to the rail arches.  At the end of the arches you’ll see the sign for “The Dings Home Zone”.  Continue straight past the sign down Oxford Street, alongside the Dings Park, until you hit Kingsland Road and the brewery.

By Bus:  The 506 bus route has stops along both Kingsland Road and Days Road.  Choose the one most convenient for your direction of travel.  The brewery is about a minute’s walk from the bus stop.

By Car:  From the M32 take the A4320 exit towards Bath / A4.  Follow the A4320 to the Big Yellow Self Storage building and turn right onto Days Road.  Go to the end of Days Road and Kingsland Road.  The brewery is on your left.  We have a small car park next to the building and there is parking on the roads all around the area.  Please check parking signs very carefully as the parking wardens are based right next door to us!

Brewery Visits

We are fellow beer enthusiasts and have been around more than our fair share of breweries across the world. As such we can appreciate your enthusiasm to see where and how our beers are made – and enjoy a few!

We are very much a working brewery, not a showpiece.  Like the Millenium Falcon, we may not look like much but we’ve got it where it counts.  What we lack in eye candy we make up for with education.  Many groups have commented that their visit to the brewery was one of the most interesting and entertaining that they’ve had.  WARNING – you may have to put up with a few strong opinions on things such as finings and kegs.

We run walk-in brewery tours every Saturday at 12pm. Just rock up, pay £12 and get the tour plus 1/3 tasting pints of 3 different beers. Our tap room is open until 10pm on Saturdays so feel free to make an afternoon of it and hang out for some beers afterwards!