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All About Cheltenham’s Brewery Quarter

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A popular venue with Cheltenham residents and visitors, The Brewery Quarter is a one-stop destination with shops, eateries, pubs, a Premier Inn hotel and even a dental surgery!

This area of Cheltenham, at the end of the town’s High Street, has always been busy. In 1760, maltster and baker Thomas Gardner started a brewery there and by 1888 the enterprise had flourished so much it became Cheltenham Original Brewery Limited.

The brewery was Whitbread owned until 1998, when brewing stopped. The area did have a few leisure venues in the early 2000s but a huge regeneration project brought it fully back to life in 2016.

Something for everyone at the Brewery Quarter

The Brewery Quarter is open 365 days of the year and usually starts off at 9.00am every day, closing again at 12.00am. Visitors to the quarter will find lots of big-name shops and brands like Brewdog and Pho, as well as well-known cafes like Starbucks and Prezzo.

There’s no shortage of independents at the Brewery Quarter for those who like to stray off the beaten path. Curry fans can treat themselves at the Mowgli Street Food restaurant or enjoy a few rounds of social darts at Flight Club.

Enjoy a film at the Brewery Quarter

The mall has a 14-screen Cineworld cinema, with three VIP screens and even an IMAX, so you can grab some dinner and settle in front of the latest releases before heading home.

Children are welcomed at the Brewery Quarter, too, with special facilities like The Play Farm, Cheltenham’s favourite softplay venue. For grownups who want to play, there’s Escape Hunt, Hollywood Bowl and Mr Mulligan’s Lost World Golf to explore for some much-needed downtime with friends and family.

Some of the indoor venues in the Brewery Quarter, such as The Alchemist, Brewdog and Mowgli, are dog friendly, as long as your dog is well behaved and on a lead (you have to behave yourself as well…), so it really is the go-to place for everyone and everything.

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