The Turf Tavern is a historic pub located just outside the Oxford city walls. With foundations dating back to the 14th century, its city centre location makes it a favourite for both town and gown.
Opening times:
Mon-Sat, 11-11pm.
Sun, 12-10.30pm
Mon-Sun, 12-7.30pm

Turf Tavern Beer Festivals

The 2008 Beer Festival runs 23rd-25th of October!

While we're still working on showing a list of the beers that will be available this year, take a look at what's been available in previous years.

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Atlas Mill Brewery - visit site

Hercules Best Bitter (4.50%)
A very popular ales (our second best seller) this is a strong refreshing premium amber ale brewed with Styrian Goldings hops. Satisfies even the strongest thirst with its distinctive fruity caramel notes!

Bays Brewery - visit site

Bays Gold (4.30%)
An easy drinking light golden ale. The unique blend of English and Continental hops creates lemon citrus overtones which tantalise and refresh the palette.

Dunham Massey - visit site

Chocolate Cherry Mild (3.80%)
Chocolate Cherry Mild has all the class of "Dunham Dark" with a dry hint of cherry that cuts through the beer. We achieve this by performing a secondary fermentation on our "Dunham Dark" brew.

Fat Cat Brewery - visit site

Top Cat (4.80%)
FAT CAT TOP CAT 4.8% ABV A golden coloured pale ale, with a notable citrus/pine aroma from Cascade and Styrian hops. The well-balanced malty sweetness and spicy hop bitterness continues trough to a long-lasting finish.

Kinver Brewery - visit site

Khyber (5.80%)
Strong and bitter 5.8% in true IPA fashion. SIBA Midlands Beer of the Year Bronze Medal 2007 Strong Bitter Category.

Prospect Brewery - visit site

Nutty Slack (3.90%)
A delicious dark mild with hints of liquorice.

Purple Moose - visit site

Mysterious Myrtle Stout (4.20%)
A slightly sweet stout brewed with bog myrtle and hops to give an unusual but refreshing finish.

The Celt Experience - visit site

Bronze Ale (4.50%)
This organically crafted ale has a delightful rich bronze colour and is distinguished by a full bodied character with crystal maltiness. A lovely delicate sweetness soon develops into a long hop finish through the traditional blend of hops. Drinkers will

The North Curry Brewery - visit site

Red Heron (4.30%)
Made from the finest English pale and crystal malt which produces a full bodied, malty flavoured ale, balanced by the bitterness of Golding hops.

Previous Beer Festivals
Beers 2007
Beers 2006
Beers 2005
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