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Airport bar gets local brews

Bristol International Airport is to begin offering local beers at its newly refurbished mezzanine bar.

Bristol International Airport is to begin offering local beers at its newly refurbished mezzanine bar.

The recently rebranded Bar Zero9 will now serve three beverages from the Butcombe brewery, including Butcombe Bitter, Cold Filtered Blond and Ashton Press Cider.

Passengers awaiting departing flights from the airport will be able to relax in the new bar with a choice of locally produced drinks with views over the departure lounge and airfield.

Nagesh Shikram, SSP UK Bar manager at Bristol Airport, said: "Being able to enjoy a pint of Butcombe while relaxing before a flight is another point of difference for Bristol International compared to larger airports outside the region."

Bristol Airport received another boost recently after Ryanair announced that it will be launching a new route to Grenoble on December 20th.

The airline will offer the service on a weekly basis departing on Saturdays. Ryanair will also be re-introducing weekly flights to Turin on the same day.

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