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History... Burton Bridge Ale pumps, front bar, Lounge seating area, beer garden pictures.
The Bridge Inn was originally known as the 'Fox & Goose' & was built in the late 17th Century.  Purchased by the Bridge Brewery in 1982, the pub has been at the heart of maintaining a successful independent brewery.  The pub is fondly known as “The Bridge” & is situated 20 yards from the end of the Burton Bridge.  The town centre is within walking distance and it’s a 20 minute walk from the train station.   Even though it has a modest exterior, the Bridge Inn is deceivingly spacious with two bar areas - both decorated with period features, memorabilia & real fires.

Inside the Inn...
As well as two drinking areas in the Bar & Lounge, on the first floor we have a traditional Skittle Alley & separate Dining Room (both available for hire).

The Bar...
The Bar has two areas, which are separated by a working fireplace. The walls are decorated with memorabilia, including photos of Burton’s brewing history & our recent awards for the pub & brewery.

The Lounge...
The Lounge is the larger of the two rooms on the ground floor of the pub, which then leads into a wonderfully decorated seating area with period features. In the colder months you’ll be welcomed by a roaring fire, the perfect compliment to one our brewed ales.

Beer Garden...
The beer garden is located to the rear of the pub, with seating for our smoking & non smoking customers. As you sit in the sunlight or under the shelter you will be able to take a peek into the world of brewing, which has its traditional roots right here in Burton On Trent. At several times during the day you’ll be able to take in the various aromas of the hops from the Bridge Brewery located at the rear of the Bridge Inn.