Entries in the 'Pub News' category
Community Pubs Month - support *your* local It has nearly been a whole month since Hitchin Beer Festival, so you should have recovered well enough to be thirsty for another beer festival or two. This month we know of four pubs holding beer festivals: The Orange Tree in Baldock and The Lytton Arms in Knebworth this [...Read on]
Calling all North Hertfordshire CAMRA members!
Your local pubs need you!The deadline for entering beer scores to help us pick the 2013 Good Beer Guide pubs is rapidly approaching – it is February 19th in fact. We would dearly like to see more scores in our database before[...Read on]
There is a whole 5 weeks to wait until the Hitchin Beer & Cider festival — what to do in the meantime? Well all year round you can get great cask ale in excellent North Herts pubs — especially at their own independent beer festivals! The Our Mutual Friend in Stevenage, a Good Beer [...Read on]
It is with sadness that we have to report the death of Paul Danter who, with his wife Roz, have been licensees of the Tally Ho, Barkway for over a decade. Paul passed away on Easter Monday. He was a proud supporter of real ale and demostrated this by stocking beers from Buntingford Brewery who brew just a short way away. [...Read on]
Some pub beer festivals coming up around the Easter/Wedding/Spring bank holiday extravaganza:
- Our Mutual Friend, Stevenage: Easter Beer Festival: Thursday 21st April – Monday 25th April
- The Victoria, Hitchin: Easter/St George’s Day Beer Festival: Friday 22nd April – Monday 25th April
- The Cricketers, Ickleford: Beer Festival: Thursday 21st April – Monday 25th April & Thursday 28th[...Read on]
A round-up of recently received pub news.
It’s not long now to Hertfordshire Pubs Week?
CAMRA’s Hertfordshire branches have arranged a passport scheme covering 35 pubs in the county. Customers collect passport stamps in participating pubs each time they order a pint of real ale. When participants have visited 10 pubs and collected their individual stamps they will receive a free pass to[...Read on]
We’d like to welcome James Price as the new proprietor of the Lytton Arms, Old Knebworth. James arrived in late July after taking over from Tony & Gill Smith who have now retired from the trade.
James has aleady made his mark by reducing the price of the real ale – a refreshing move in this day and age![...Read on]
The new landlord and landlady at the Windmill in Charlton, Lee and Sarah Armstrong, are planning to hold their first beer festival over this weekend. They expect to have 9 cask ales and 2 ciders on offer.
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