The Quart Pot was located at the Cross between the present day Berkeley Arms and (Old) Plough.
The building was demolished on 5th May 1837. Two fine mullioned windows were uncovered, giving support that the building dated back to the reign of Henry VII. The Quart Pot extended from Church Street back towards Swilgate Road and contained ‘a malthouse, brewery and barrel store’… that’s something to ponder over when nibbling on your cheese burger in Burger Star, which is near the site of the Quart Pot!
Map Reference: SO 894327
Landlords at the Quart Pot include:
Pre 1774-1775 John Chandler
1775-1781 Elizabeth Chandler (widow)
1781-1795 Edward Causon
1795-1805 Elizabeth Chandler
1805-1821 Edward Causon
1821 Martha Causon
1830 Isaac Charlwood (1830 Pigots directory of Gloucestershire)
1836 Edward Causon
1836-1837 William Causon