The Coronation Tap

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The Coronation Tap
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General information
Address8 Sion Place, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4AX
Coordinates51°27′19″N 2°37′22″W / 51.4552°N 2.6227°W / 51.4552; -2.6227Coordinates: 51°27′19″N 2°37′22″W / 51.4552°N 2.6227°W / 51.4552; -2.6227
Openedpre 1806

The Coronation Tap is a ciderhouse, a pub that specialises in serving cider, in the Clifton suburb of the English city of Bristol.

The Coronation Tap, or Cori[1] to regulars, has existed under that name for at least two hundred years. It is at least thirty years older than the Clifton Suspension Bridge and was described in 1806 as "a beerhouse with cottage adjoining".[2]

The most popular drink is the strong Exhibition Cider, served in half pints. The pub is popular with students within the city.[3]


  1. ^ Wakefield, Kate (2009-03-23). "Coronation Tap in music finals". BBC News. Retrieved 2009-03-30.
  2. ^ "The Coronation Tap - Cider House - Exhibition Cider". Retrieved 2009-08-27.
  3. ^ Gale, Mick. "Coronation Tap". The British Pub Guide. Retrieved 2009-03-30.

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