In The Bar

On Now

Stroud Brewery

Budding
(Pale 4.5 ABV)
On Now
Adnams Brewery

Ghost Ship
(Golden 4.5 ABV)
On Now
Wye Valley Brewery

Hereford Pale Ale
(Pale 4 ABV)
On Now
Timothy Taylor

Landlord
(Amber 4.3 ABV)
On Now
St Austell Brewery

Proper Job
(IPA 4.5 ABV)
On Now
Hydes Brewery Ltd

Solstice
(Amber 5 ABV)
On Now
 

Coming soon

Church End Brewery

Arthur Lowe
(Amber 4.4 ABV)
Coming Soon
Church End Brewery

Fallen Angel
(Pale 5 ABV)
Coming Soon
Gloucester Brewery

Kiss My Grist
(Amber 2.6 ABV)
Coming Soon
Charnwood Brewery

Liška
(Lager 4 ABV)
Coming Soon
Otter Brewery

Otter Bitter
(Pale 3.6 ABV)
Coming Soon
Gloucester Brewery

Spring Deity
(Pale 4.5 ABV)
Coming Soon

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We are proud to represent Rodborough and Stroud in this year’s Good Beer Guide for the sixth time. This is in recognition of our constantly high quality of ales, with at least one Loc-Ale, normally the award winning Stroud Brewery Budding Pale Ale. Recently, through the S.I.B.A. distribution scheme, we have been able to showcase many a local treat, with brews from Cotswold brewers Cotswold Lion,  Prescott, North Cotswold and Severn Vale.

The accreditation of the Cask Marque also brings people travelling through the country to the Stroud area. We hold the Prince Albert Beer and Music Festival every May Bank Holiday running from Thursday night. Entry is free and we set up a Beer  bar in our superb covered courtyard, and ciders and perrys are also available. This year the dates are April 31st until May 4th. We have some amazing music booked already including Neck who provided a storming set last year.

The Prince Albert isn’t somewhere that will simply show you pictures of Stroud, it will share with you the product of Stroud- its creative and commercial output. It will bring the best of Stroud ales, art, music and people to its visitors in a way that makes them feel welcomed into the heart of the community.

The Prince Albert serves the local community in a plethora of ways. It is a bulletin board for local events, businesses and services. It is a central meeting point for many groups from music to knitting, for people on their way into town, for parents taking their children to music lessons or the youth group. It opened extra early during the snow to offer hot chocolate for the chilly people coming down off Rodborough Common. It provides entertainment for a wealth of tastes from world music to burgeoning local bands.

The Prince Albert is a performance space, a gallery, a living room, a quick chat with friend new and old, a meeting point and always a friendly face.