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United Kingdom (England)
4.16/5 rDev +3.2%
A converted Garage premises, with costly refurbishment as a brewpub. The brewer - a lady - comes from Germany, and was trained there- and very good beers they are too!
Ultra modern interior design with stainless steel piping, tanks and bar counter - a bit clinical but impressive non-the-less.
We tried four of the beers, Wheat, Pilsner, Mango and Pale Ale, and we enjoyed them all. The Pale Ale is medium copper colour, very hoppy in the style of an American IPA and very tasty.
This is one of a chain of Zero Degress, the others being in London, Bristol and Reading, and if all like this, wish there was one in Birmingham!
Comprehensive food menu and dining area balcony, though we didn't eat here so cannot comment on quality.
Highly recommmended, especially as most pubs in Cardiff are tied to Brains, so makes a change from the usual beers in available the city.
B'ham UK June 2012
06-10-2012 15:47:05 | More by JohnW
United Kingdom (England)
3.8/5 rDev -5.7%
Close to the centre of Cardiff and a stones throw from the entrance to the Millennium stadium, glass fronted and with the masses of active brewing equipment visible from across the road...I was just drawn to it.
Being a Brewpub, the beer was obviously all own label and brewed on the premises. There are usually 6 on offer, including a pilsener, wheat beer and a special that changes frequently (when I was there last it was a brilliant oktoberfest beer).
The decor incorporates the actual working brewery with lots of stainless steel thrown about. Very open in a trendy warehouse bar kinda way.
The food is great. They have a pizza oven and I suggest if you go, you take full advantage of this, as there is an extensive choice of them and they are fantastic (also, only about £8).
There should be more brewpubs in the UK, it's a real shame there isn't
10-21-2009 18:32:55 | More by PartyBear
4.18/5 rDev +3.7%
This place definitely has a modern, industrial brewpub decor. There are three levels of dining with a large open main floor lots of exposed piping from the brewing equipment and some fake piping for effect.
The main food seemed to be pizza, from sitting on an upper level and looking down at the kitchen front with a large pizza oven it seemed that two thirds of the plates going to tables were pizza. I had a sausage platter and the portion was very large leaving me quite full afterward.
They only had three of their own beers on tap at the time, but the dark lager I had was good. For the portion sizes, the prices were reasonable.
09-27-2009 15:09:53 | More by Ig0r
Zerodegrees Cardiff in Cardiff, United Kingdom (Wales)
- out of 100 based on 4 ratings.