Friends of the Seven Stars
No business can ever enjoy continued success without having good friends that have helped and supported it, and the Seven Stars is no exception. So we have listed below the people we deal with in recognition of their great products and services, alphabetically of course so no-one gets upset.
Abbey Ales (www.abbeyales.co.uk), Alan "Bad News" Morgan and family established Abbey Ales some 10 years with one beer, Bellringer, in Bath. Today all their beers are named with an "Abbey" theme.
Bath Ales (www.bathales.co.uk), established in 1995, both brewers and pub operators in their own right.
Bristol Radical History Group (www.brh.org.uk/site/tag/seven-stars/ ),For more information on the Seven Stars history and the abolition of slavery.
CAMRA thats the Campaign for Real Ale people (www.camrabristol.org.uk),the ultimate driving force behind making sure that bland nationally produced "beer" (you can't call it real ale) is kept far far away from pubs like ours.
I-Ras (www.i-ras.co.uk), our next door neighbours and the driving force behind making Redcliffe a complete Wi-Fi area. So yes you can now bring your laptop to the Seven Stars and work away - much more pleasant than your office.
Just Follow Me! (www.justfollowme.co.uk), Bristol's guide to the best pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Pints West (www.camrabristol.org.uk/pintswest.html), Anchored by Steve Plumridge, the must have read for whats happening, what has happened and what will happen in the pubs and inns around Bristol. Its produced quarterly and distibuted free to some 8000 outlets.
Princetown Brewery (www.princetownbreweries.co.uk), situated in the middle of Dartmoor and creators of the famous Jail Ale and unless were wrong (it happens sometimes) we are the only hostelry in Bristol you can enjoy this fabulous ale.
Travelling? (www.taxfreetravel.com), here is a wealth of information for all travellers.
Essential Travel (www.essentialtravel.co.uk), great travel articles, travel blog and more.