We are hiring! Taproom Manager wanted
Our beer garden reopens on 26th April and we’re hoping that the Taproom will be able to open properly too, in the second half of May or early June.
And if we’re successful in securing an occasional license we hope to expand outdoors, with some more whisky barrel tables in our Keg Yard to the back of the building.
This will help us to accommodate more of you, safely, in what we expect will be a busy summer.
We hope you’ll notice some changes since you last visited; a refurbished Taproom, a stunning ‘gobo’ projection on the big wall of the Keg Yard, some fancy new signage and plenty of tasty new beers.
But one thing that won’t have changed is the faces of our fabulous, friendly team of servers and bar staff.
Taproom Manager wanted
And we’re now looking for someone who is up for the challenge of taking all of that - the beer garden, the Taproom, the Keg Yard and our team - to the next level.
We’re on the hunt for an experienced, talented, cool and collected individual with experience of running a successful bar or Taproom. Take a look at our job description to see if you would be the perfect fit for Bellfield (or if you know someone who might be).
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We’re reopening on 26th April!
Not long to wait now, until you’re able to enjoy a fresh pint of draught beer, in the spring sunshine in our beer garden.
As usual, we’ll be offering a range of our own beers (tap and cask) fresh from the brewhouse, alongside some carefully chosen guest beers and spirits and non alcoholic drinks from other small suppliers.
Our latest beer is ready.
“Lucky Spence Pale” will be available on draught, for takeaway from our taproom in Edinburgh (currently 3-6pm Friday & Saturday) and also in 5 litre mini-cask for local pickup and delivery across the UK.
A highly flavoursome and aromatic modern session pale ale, Keith, our brewer, describes Lucky Spence as having “a lush, fruity hop character with an assertive bitterness. It’s refreshing on the finish and has honey and bready malt undertones.”