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History...

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. Please visit the Burton Bridge Brewery website for further reading on the history of the Brewery.

Food...

Food & Drink go hand in hand & our menu reflects this with a selection of traditional pub fare, as well as freshly made sandwiches and jacket potatoes with various fillings. We hold our own STEAK NIGHTS and FISH NIGHTS too - booking is a must for both of these evenings!

- Staffordshire Oatcakes
- BLT Baps
- Homemade Beef Burgers
- Ciabattas with various fillings (meat/vegetable)
- Ham, Eggs & Chips
- Homemade Chilli (both types; beef or vegetable)

The Burton Bridge Inn Food Menu, home cooked dishes both hot and cold, freshly prepared, serving times are 12pm to 2pm Wednesday to Saturday.
Burton Bridge Inn Steak Nights Menu 2014
 
     
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