All Saints Street, Bristol, Avon, BS1 2NA
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All Them Witches

The psychedelic rock outfit from Nashville, with a tendency to improvise.

Sat 7 Oct

£11 / 0117 926 8514

Cradle Of Filth

Infamous symphonic death metal quartet fronted by Dani Filth.

Sat 11 Nov

£20.75 / 0117 926 8514

Definitely Oasis & Lucky Man Oasis & The Verve Tribute Bristol

Definitely Oasis the UK'S Closest sounding and looking Oasis tribute are coming to Bristol.

Sat 23 Sep

£11.25 / 0117 926 8514

Definitely Oasis

A tribute to the 'Wonderwall' songsmiths.

Sat 23 Sep

£11 / 0117 926 8514

Electric Wizard

Stoner rock and doom metal from Dorset.

Thu 17 Aug

£25 / 0117 926 8514

From the Jam

Now featuring only one member From the Jam. Bruce Foxton is joined by Russell Hastings and drummer Steve 'Smiley' Barnard.

Thu 7 Dec

Cancelled / 0117 926 8514

Sat 20 Jan 2018

£23.75 / 0117 926 8514

Gaz Brookfield And The Company of Thieves

The award-winning Bristol-based musician performs his contemporary folk originals at a Christmas show, with support from Lonely Tourist and B-Sydes.

Sat 16 Dec

£10 adv, adv tickets from / 0117 926 8514

  • 19:30 – 00:00

The Hawklords

Spacey prog-rock from ex-Hawkwind members Jerry Richards, Ron Tree, Ade Shaw, Harvey Bainbridge, Steve Swindells and Dave Pearce.

Tue 7 Nov

£15.75 / 0117 926 8514

Indigo Girls

Over-14s show. Rootsy pop songwriting duo Amy Ray and Emily Saliers.

Tue 25 Jul

£27.50 / 0117 926 8514

Mad Dog Mcrea

Devon band blending folk rock, gypsy jazz and bluegrass.

Sat 21 Oct

£16.80 / 0117 926 8514

Metallica Reloaded: Tribute Band

Four-strong tribute to the heavy metal trailblazers, comprising Wayne Wilmut on vocals, Daz Towner on guitars, Jay Hazell on bass and John Angell on drums.

Fri 10 Nov

£13.50 / 0117 926 8514

Morbid Angel

American death metal trio.

Thu 16 Nov

£20.25 / 0117 926 8514

Morgan James

The American singer-songwriter and Broadway star performs in support of her album Reckless Abandon.

Thu 23 Nov

£16.50 / 0117 926 8514


Acclaimed punk/new wave veterans.

Sat 28 Oct

£16.50 / 0117 926 8514

With The Members.

The Pineapple Thief

Quartet from Somerset mixing progressive, alternative and indie rock influences.

Sun 17 Sep

£17.50 / 0117 926 8514

  • 19:30

Ruts DC

Reformed in 2012, the reggae-influenced punk-rock veterans from London performs its old and new material.

Fri 1 Sep

£15 / 0117 926 8514

  • 20:00

The Ruts DC

A spin-off of the original Ruts, carrying on the tradition of reggae-influenced punk.

Fri 1 Sep

£16.50 / 0117 926 8514


Extreme death metal from the Long Island five-piece.

Sun 27 Aug

£19.50 / 0117 926 8514

Walter Trout

Blues guitarist who has played with the likes of John Mayall, Canned Heat and John Lee Hooker.

Fri 20 Oct

£28 / 0117 926 8514

Whitesnake UK

The six-piece performs rock covers, playing tribute to the best of David Coverdale's Whitesnake,

Fri 18 Aug

£11.50 / 0117 926 8514

Comments & ratings

2. markum692 Jul 2012, 11:57am5 stars Bierkeller Report

Ha what a load of old nonsense the previous reviewer was spouting. Not sure what axe he as to grind but that isn't even a vaguely accurate description!!

Perhaps it is from one of the other clubs in Bristol trying to make them look bad!!

I've been to the Bierkeller many times on Fridays and Saturdays, also many times to see bands on week nights.

The Bierkeller is not a posh club by any means, but then it doesn't claim to be (frankly if you are going somewhere called the Bierkeller and expecting a flash glitzy club you probably need to look up what a Bierkeller is!!)

The staff however are extremely freindly and the drinks are very good value.

The crowd are always up for a laugh and I think I can count on one hand the number of times i've seen trouble there in the 10 years i've been going.

The review above is just a bunch of lies.

In short if you are in Bristol and fancy a night out you could dofar worse than to give the Keller a go.

1. lively123424 Oct 2011, 2:39pm Report

Down a dingy back street, walked in expecting something better than the run down entrance but immediately hit by the smell; dank, rotten like a warehouse with a rat infestation. Toilets possibly the worst I have been in, don't think they had been cleaned for a while - had to walk through urine to get to the basins!!

Staff surly, and though the alcohol is expensive they substitute for cheap brands and watered down foreign beer.

All in all a very disappointing place - one word to people thinking about a night out or a stag or hen do - DON'T!!

Bristol is a great place with a great deal of smart and fun bars and clubs. Bierkeller is not one of them.

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