DANiel keene t/a the organ inn

ceased trading 31 dec 2020

daniel keene is now trading as

taphouse warminster. 9-10 george street. warminster. ba12 8qa



The Organ Inn dates from around 1770 and was forced to close in 1913 due to local council regulations on the high volume of public houses in the area.

After closing in 1913 it became a butchers in 1915 and went on to become a fruiterers in 1924. It became commonly known as Warminster Fish and Fruit in 1939, owned by the Bishop family and remained until 2000. Re-opened in 2006 by Dan Keene. 

Unfortunately due to Covid-19 and the ongoing financial difficulties faced during 2020, Dan had to take the unfortunate decision to close.

But there is some light around the corner, Dan is relocating to George Street Warminster, hoping to provide the town with a craft ale bottle shop. 

Dan and his partner Becky are taking on this new venture, 

TAPhouse Warminster, 9 - 10 George Street, Warminster, BA12 8QA.


RURAL PUB OF THE YEAR 2016,2018,2020

Daniel Keene was privileged enough to be awarded the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) various pub of the Year awards for the Bath & Borders Region, during his time at The Organ Inn.

This branch of CAMRA encompasses not only Bath but also towns and villages in Wiltshire and Somerset. The whole area is a rich haven of real ale with over 300 splendid pubs and 17 excellent breweries.

"These awards are in recognition of the hard work and dedication Dan and his team have shown over the years, by offering a thriving real ale and cider pub and an asset to the community" said CAMRA Denis Rahilly.

Dan also maintained his position in the Good Beer Guide every year he was open, he was also consistently inspected and awarded 'Cask Marque' status for the excellent Cask conditioned ales the pub served.

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Daniel Keene 

T/A The Organ Inn

is no longer trading, if you wish to contact Dan, please call 07967 115043 or email




Opening Hours

The Organ Inn is closed 

07967 115043