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New plans for Bristol’s much loved former cat café

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Considering it had a large and loyal customer base, the closure of Bristol’s first and only cat café was unsurprisingly met with widespread sadness.

You & Meow founder Ewa Rukat shared her plans to wind down in December, before announcing in March that the business had closed for good.

But while many will still be mourning the departure of the beloved venue, its replacement sounds like it will be a fantastic addition to the city centre – especially for cider lovers.

The Denmark Street site has been taken on by Bristol-based cidermakers Beard & Sabre, who plan to use it as a taphouse to serve their creations.

Customers will be able to pick up large cases of hopped cider to take away for home consumption, or drink it at the on-site bar with five taps showcasing a changing selection.

It is also hoped that the venue will play host to live music one night a week, with recorded music adding to the ambience on other evenings.

Beard & Sabre was launched by friends Thomas Dunn, an ex-naval officer, and archaeologist Angus Sales in 2015.

The pair set out to create ciders that “respected the British cidermaking tradition and offered new and exciting cider concepts made with love and care”.

Their ciders are made without the use of artificial flavourings or juice concentrates.

Beard & Sabre is set to open at 22 Denmark Street, BS1 5DQ.

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