The Bulls Head

Address14 St Johns Square, Burslem, Stoke On Trent, ST6 3AJ Telephone01782 834153 Email[email protected] ManagerBob Crumpton Assistant ManagerJim Rae

Titanic Brewery’s first pub has been serving customers for over 25 years!

With up to 10 real ales on the bar & 10 real ciders from the cellar at any one time as well as malt whiskies, Belgian bottled & draught beers, you will never be short of choices. Being the ‘go-to’ bar for Port Vale’s matches (away fans always welcome and a BBQ for every home game!), The Bull’s Head is at the heart of the local community. Regular themed beer line-ups occupy the bar to reflect key dates in the UK calendar with collection tins helping to support a range of charities. This pub is a multi-award winner for its cider offering and has ever-changing cider festivals taking place. The Bull’s Head has an outside area, perfect for summer drinks and also two real fires inside that are ideal for keeping cosy when the colder months take over.

You will also find traditional pubs games such as bar billiards and table skittles to enjoy while joining us for a well-deserved drink.


August News


Another great charity donation with the sale of Prostate Cancer Badges amounting to £100, which makes over £1000 this year! The annual RAFA badges will be out in Sept, so please do buy one if you can. We will also be welcoming genuine Port Vale poppy badges in November.

Football – Sat 4th August is the first Vale home game of the season so welcome back to all the Vale & visiting fans too!

Poppies! In conjunction with the Weeping Window Poppies coming to Middleport Pottery and also the Burslem events, from Thurs 2nd August the Bulls Head will be open every day from 12noon

Bulls Head on Tour!

We enjoyed a fantastic weekend with the beer tent at Apedale for their Tracks to the Trenches event and we will be back on Sunday (26th) for the Classic Car Show.

Bank Holiday Monday (27th) it’s Burslem Unites in St Johns Square. Join us for music, beer tent on the Square, mini Cider Fest and BBQ too!

Coach trip to Cumbria – this was enjoyed by all who came along, don’t miss out next time when we go on our Rail Ale Trail via Dewsbury, Huddersfield & Stalybridge by train date TBC so please call in the pub for details.

Folk Night – Takes a break for the summer this month but fear not, it will be returning on Tues 11th Sept -musicians and singers welcome!
Guest ales for August include: Batemans, Elland, Hydes, Hop Studio, Ashover & more!

Look out for our NEW extended Gin range including some interesting flavours for you to try

Don’t Forget Double Loyalty points EVERY Monday & Tuesday.

Fizzy Fridays & Sparkling Saturdays – 75cl Bottle of Prosecco ONLY £11.99

Opening Times

  • Monday3pm - 11pm

  • Tuesday3pm - 11pm

  • Wednesday3pm - 11.30pm

  • Thursday3pm - 11.30pm

  • Friday12noon - 12am

  • Saturday12noon - 12am

  • Sunday12noon - 11pm

  • Port Vale home match Saturday'sOpen from 11am



Reviews for The Bulls Head

  • steve

    once again the bulls head delivered everything it promised, a great welcome friendly locals great beer and a fantastic bbq, as doncaster rovers fans visiting this for us was as good as it got, many thanks to the landlord and the vale fans for their welcome and banter. If your a travelling fan looking for a great pub this is for you, we will be back next season its too good to miss
    steve tony hans

  • Geoff Newman

    Excellent Pub - Superb choice of ciders and cask ales, lovely friendly and helpful staff, great ambience, a "proper pub"!

  • Tony Caegarw

    Superb Titanic pub - This is one of the Titanic Brewery pubs and is an excellent example of a well run traditional British public house. We went here to enjoy the range of Titanic beers which were excellent especially the Stout and the Plum Porter. Eventually we got onto the ciders which were incredible and nothing like those dreadful commercial run of the mill ciders. Will have to have a return visit here Bar snacks and old fashion bar games.

  • Jim Coumanidis

    Great pub, choice of awesome real ales and good people.

  • Anya Szczur

    The best pub in Burslem! Cosy in the winter and the beer garden is great for the rare summer days. A drink for everyone and a lovely atmosphere