The Bulls Head
The Brewery’s tap in the centre of Burslem. It is 10 minutes walk away from Port Vale’s ground, and opens at 11am on Vale home Saturdays, welcoming all supporters, home and away. The island bar serves up to 10 real ales on tap plus 7 or more real ciders and perries straight from the cellar, alongside draught and bottled Belgium beers, bar billiards, table skittles and an old vinyl juke box can be found in the public bar. Local CAMRA Potteries Cider Pub of the Year 2014.
Opened in September 2007 after an extensive refurbishment this is the second pub in the Titanic pub estate. 9 hand pulls on the bar serve at least 4 of the Titanic fleet, Everards Tiger and a vast range of guest ales from breweries across the country. 2 hand pulls dispense ciders and perrys and Continental lagers and bottled Belgian beers are also available. Quiz night on Sunday with food at half time.
The White Star
Opened in May 2008, The White Star always has a warm welcome and in the winter a warm fire too. With a great range of five Titanic beers and four guest ales to try, you will always find a relaxed and friendly atmosphere here.
The Royal Exchange
Heart Of Staffordshire CAMRA Pub Of The Year 2013, after opening in 2008 The Exchange was taken on in January 2012 by Michelle Hughes. With a great range of five or six Titanic beers complemented by an ever changing range of guest ales and a great locally sourced range of bar snacks. A light lunch menu available on Friday and Saturday and on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month is Monday Meal Club - click the events tab for details.
In July 2010 Titanic Brewery returned to Stafford and opened the doors of The Sun. Titanic returned The Sun to a traditional pub and since reopening, they have continued to make improvements to the pub. The Sun now boasts an impressive 12 hand pulls home to 5 of the Titanic fleet and a rolling catalogue of guest ales. Currently The Sun is increasing its range of real ciders, we have 3 real ciders on the bar. We provide the exciting combination of fresh, locally-sourced food, an impressive drinks range, friendly staff and brewing knowledge. Conveniently located on the Lichfield Road, with a bus stop right outside. In 2012 The Sun was awarded the Heart of Staffordshire Pub of The Year.
After an extensive refurbishment and a new kitchen we opened the doors early in November 2011. The good people of Leek have flocked in to take a look and many have stayed to taste some of the ten ales or test the menu provided by our team of chefs. In order to fit the new beer engines on the bar we have come up with an innovative back bar dispense for the premium lager and cider range, check it out we think it looks really good.
A pub saved by the villagers of Seighford, who came together to buy it as Seighford Pub Co. The Hollybush is a fantastic village pub with a real sense of community, also attracting people from further afield for the great food and beer on offer.
The Cheshire Cheese
The 8th pub in the Titanic Fleet. Under the watchful eye of Sarah Clarke and her team we will bring the Titanic mission of passion for great beer, appetite for local food, enthusiasm for proper pubs, and commitment to supporting the community to Buxton. Whether it's a quiet pint by the fire you're after or a natter in one of the many nooks and crannies, we look forward to meeting you.
The Olde Kings Arms
Welcome to The Olde Kings Arms, a family-friendly local pub with traditional values and the latest addition to the Titanic Fleet of pubs. Here at The Olde Kings Arms we take pride in offering the warmest of welcomes, whether you’re a visitor to Congleton, or you live just around the corner and call in frequently, we will strive to make it feel like this is your local.