It’s also been crowned CAMRA Bexley’s Pub of the Year for the third year running
A new micropub specialising in craft ales and gin is ready to pull its first pints in Billingham.
The Crafty Cock on Station Road opens today at 5pm.
Formally Mohujos Mexican restaurant , the drinking spot joins the likes of The Green...Read More
The plans, submitted by Mrs Kim Langford, will see a new craft ale micro pub built at unit 73 on the St Matthews Quarter, George Street.
A statement attached to the application reads: "Out clients have identified the growing trend for micro...Read More
Three Kentish micropubs have been named by The Times as the top in the whole country.
Two establishments in Thanet and one in Whitstable were recognised as some of the best in the UK by the national newspaper this month.
The Times' list,...Read More
A Notts man who went from being unemployed to owning three award winning micropubs is opening a fourth at Nottingham Train Station.
Phil Ayling, founder of BrewHeadZ micropub chain, opened his first pub in Newark before starting...Read More
Jobs are now available at a quirky micropub just weeks away from opening up in Normanby.
The Shed is set to open up at the start of June on Lambton Street.
And now ahead of its launch, bar jobs are up for grabs.
A Facebook post reads:...Read More
Who says traditional pubs and micropubs can't work together? Over in Draycott, a joint beer festival is being held next weekend between the Coach & Horses pub and the Draycott Tap micropub, a small matter of a couple of hundred yards away.
Plans have been granted to open the first ever micro-pub in North Cornwall.
Ian and Rachel O'Hare, who live in Stratton, have applied to Cornwall council to transform a vacant shop at the top of Lansdown Road, Bude into North Cornwall's first...Read More
A micropub operator is hoping to add nottingham station its list of premises after filing a licence application city council.
BeerHeadZ, which also operates premises in Grantham and Retford, plans The Cabman’s Shelter in a Grade II Listed...Read More
A micro pub selling ‘real ales’ produced locally could take over a former Selsey tea room.
Applicant Edward Sye argued in the application for 145 High Street that there is a potential demand for the establishment.
He added...Read More