Zerodegrees - Reading

Zerodegrees - Reading


0.5 miles
9 Bridge Street, Reading, RG1 2LR

Zerodegrees is very much at the helm of the craft beer scene in Reading. The venue hosts Reading’s only microbrewery and occupies a prime position next to the Oracle shopping centre. The open-plan brewery can be seen from both levels of the award-winning pizza restaurant and if you dine during the day you may even see the master brewer at work. Zerodegrees never filters, pasteurises or uses additives in their brews, ensuring all are vegan-friendly and full of flavour.

Diners will love looking into the open-plan kitchen, from which fresh and contemporary dishes are delivered to various dining areas, including a raised outdoor area on the first floor, which is a real suntrap. Zerodegrees is well-known for its eclectic wood-fired pizza menu and fresh mussels served in kilo pots with fries. For those with a sweet-tooth, the famous mango beer is a delicious introduction to the Zerodegrees range and can perfectly balance the bold flavours of a spicy pizza, or accompany a sweet treat.

The team has crafted an innovative menu, comprising dishes that complement the beer that’s produced on-site. Zerodegrees is set to spread its success further across the country, having already encouraged the British public to rekindle a love of fresh, local produce. Beer and pizza made on-site and in sight – it doesn’t get much fresher than that.

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