The Prince Albert stands on the corner of Rodborough Hill just out of Stroud on the way to the glorious Rodborough and Minchinhampton Commons. Open from mid afternoon all week and all day at the weekends we like to offer the best in everything we do. Well, try to!
We are a real ale pub in Gloucestershire and with seven ales on Tap we have a popular range with many Locale beers on offer. A previous winner of CAMRA Stroud District Pub of the Year.
We have been listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for ten years now. We have some great options for the Wine lovers, and an extensive range of spirits too.
Softies, Teas, Coffees all available with local selections. Recognised as a great entertainment venue and home to some of the best nightlife in Stroud we have everything from Baroque to Kids Comedy, Film Nights, Tuvan Throat singer and Stroud punks. The Prince Albert take pride in being a comfortable and safe night out to enjoy with your friends, family or alone. Not to mention we are a dog friendly pub too!
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 perries are also available. This year the dates are May 2nd until Monday the 6th, with beer from around the country and some of our favourite bands covering many genres.
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 opens early during the snow to offer hot chocolate and a safe space for the chilly people and families coming down from 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 friends new and old, a meeting point and always a friendly face.