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Titanic Brewery - The Bulls Head
Titanic Brewery - The Bulls Head
Titanic Brewery - The Bulls Head

The Bulls Head

The Bulls Head

Address: 14 St Johns Square, Burslem, Stoke On Trent, ST6 3AJ
Telephone: 01782 834153
Manager: Bob Crumpton
Assistant manager: Jim Rae
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.

Monday 3pm - 11pm
Tuesday 3pm - 11pm
Wednesday 3pm - 11.30pm
Thursday 3pm - 11.30pm
Friday 12.00 till midnight
Saturday 12.00 till midnight
Sunday 12.00 - 11pm

steve says says: once again the bulls head delivered everything it promised,a great welcome friendly locals great beer and a fantastic bbq,as doncaster rovers fans visiting 22/8/15 this for us was as good as it got,many thanks to the landlord and the vale fans for their welcome and banter.if your a travelling fan looking for a great pub this is for you,we will be back next season its too good to miss
steve tony hans

Ian Healey says: To be honest couldnt wish for better pub. Friendly staff, top beers and good atmosphere. What more do you want?

Tony Foster says: My son and I met up here a couple of weeks ago for a few beers - well all day really - and had time to sample the beers and the ciders. What a fantastic place. The landlord was brilliant and really knew his beers and the trade. The pub is amazing, just like they used to be and we are now having to come back to the area and do it again. Perhaps the Greyhound next time.

Geoff Newman says: Excellent Pub - Superb choice of ciders and cask ales, lovely friendly and helpful staff, great ambience, a "proper pub"!

Tony Caegarw says: Superb Titanic pub - This is one of the Titanic Brewery pubs and is an excellent example of a well run traditional British public house. We went here to enjoy the range of Titanic beers which were excellent especially the Stout and the Plum Porter. Eventually we got onto the ciders which were incredible and nothing like those dreadful commercial run of the mill ciders.
Will have to have a return visit here
Bar snacks and old fashion bar games.

Visited March 2016

Chris Foster says: Excellent Pub - We visited on a Monday for my Dad's birthday.

The range of beers and ciders is excellent. We are fans of the Titanic range and we were
suitably impressed when we made the trip to Burslem.

The Landlord, staff and locals were all very friendly and we will definitely visit again.

Look out for the man who turns up on a Monday night is a Pink Bowler Hat. :)

Visited March 2016

Jonathan A says: A must visit location! - Spent many days and nights in The Bulls Head, as an avid Port Vale fan a location that we have attended over the other pubs in Burslem.
A fantastic atmosphere, fantastic selection of beer, generally 7+ real ales on, great cider and real fruit wines. An old fashioned town pub which which is a real gem.

Visited January 2016

Neil B says: Superb pub, Great Ales and Friendly Locals - My wife and I popped in to the Bulls Head on recommendation from the staff at the Titanic brewery. Well it is their tap house so it would have been rude not to pop in.

The pub is split into two rooms which are connected by a corridor and when we entered it was full to bursting with locals enjoying the atmosphere.

The pub serves 9 or 10 ales which include a good range of Titanic ales plus guest ales. Several different ciders were on offer along with bottled Belgian beers, fruit wines and the usual spirits.

The staff were superb, very friendly and knowledgeable on the beers they served which always makes for a good pub and atmosphere. The locals were awesome as well and we spent most of the evening chatting away about all manor of subjects.

There is a real fire which sadly wasn't in use at the time, bar billiards for £1.50 a go and a juke box playing some good tunes.

This pub reminds me so much of my favourite in Norwich - The Fat Cat and we felt right at home. If you happen to visit the area then this pub is a must visit.

Visited December 2015

Amanda and Paula from Barewall says: We love The Bulls for a Belgium Strawberry Beer after work or a cosy night by the real log fires trying out the real ales. Also try the Titanic Stout - lovely.

David says: Just a quick e mail to thank you for the hospitality we received on our visit yesterday before the Port Vale v Peterborough United game. What a warm, friendly pub you run - excellent bar staff, beer and BBQ! What more could you ask? Could you move 'The Bull's Head' lock,stock and barrel to Peterborough? Thanks very much

james benning says: Fantastic pub, fantastic beer - it does not get any better than this! Very friendly staff and locals for visiting Brighton fans yesterday (even though they lost). The Plum Porter is one of my favourite beers of all time! cheers James (Seaford)

Sam Jones says: Great ales and bar billiards. Brilliant pub.

steve says says: this pub is everything it claims to be,away fan friendly locals friendly,superb range of real ales,and a superb bbq we would highly recomend this pub to any away fans and only a 10 minute walk to vale park. we had a great time there on saturday as doncaster rovers fans we couldnt have been treated any better,will definately visit again cheers steve tony and hans

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Bulls Head – Potteries Cider Pub of the Year 2014 & 2016


13th & 14th May - Visit The Bull's Head beer tent at Apedale Steam Gala

Bull's Head on Tour

Next Outing to Rail Ale Fest at Barrow Hill, Staveley Derbyshire on Sat 20th May. A few places still available, please speak to Bob for information.

Change of date - we will now be doing a Titanic Trail on 1st July which will visit all 8 pubs in one day, bookings being taken at the pub.

20th July we are heading back to Hawkshead so if you missed out in March, make sure you join us for this one. It's not to be missed!

Beers for May include; Revolutions, Orkney, Beartown, Old Mill, Great Heck, Celt & Old Dairy.

We have our BBQ all fired up and ready before all Vale home games!