About The Miner's Arms
You might be in Bristol but the name of the pub alludes to the coal and pennant stone mining that once went on in the area, while the name of the road the Miner’s Arms stands on is actually a reference to a General Mina who served with Wellington. The miners and general are long gone, but The Miner’s a solid corner pub from the 19th century, remains is a thriving outlet for Dawkins Ales such as Easton IPA and Miner’s Gold.
The Miner's Arms Mission Statement
We are part of that sadly diminishing breed: a true community pub in the heart of the friendly district of St Werburghs. Visit us and you will discover that we are warm and welcoming and appealing to all ages, while dogs are also welcome (a jar of dog treats sits on the bar). There are three rooms plus a well-used function room and a popular public green behind the pub. The Miner’s was the first Dawkins Ales pub and we are very proud of it.