Two Brewers24 St. James Street
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Built during the eighteenth century, a traditionally quaint pub, nestled in the heart of St James at the foot of the famous Gold Hill, the setting for the iconic Hovis advert. This quietly affluent area was once bustling with successful businesses like tanneries and laundries taking advantage of the abundant water from the old pump house. This is said to be the reason that the original landlords, two brothers, chose to brew their own beer at the pub and then travel around at festival time selling on their fine ales. Hence the name of the pub. Beer garden has good views. Pub is open on Bank Holiday Mondays.