Pub & Brewery News

After each monthly branch meeting, we add a summary of recent news affecting local pubs and breweries:

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 15th February 2017

    Buzzard is brewing ‘Triple C’ containing three hops.
    Heavy Industry are brewing ‘Forza’ for the 6 Nations.
    Facers are producing ‘Scrum Dragon’ at 3.8% for the 6 Nations.
    Blackbrook Brewery is due to begin production of keg beer this week.
    Cwrw Ial is brewing a new IPA ‘Apache Line’ and a 7.3% version of Halen Stout.
    Horse and Jockey and the Glynne Arms, Buckley and the Druids, Gorsedd all have their leases up for renewal.
    Downing Arms, Bodfari may be sold when the lease expires.
    Dinorben Arms, Bodfari is due to open in April.
    Fat Boar, Mold is offering a 60p discount on ales to CAMRA members.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 18th January 2017

    Miners Arms, Maeshafn has been taken off the market.
    Druids Inn, Pontblyddyn is on the market.
    Coach and Horses, Flint Mountain is also for sale.
    Bridge Inn, St Asaph has an onsite micro-brewery according to the Daily Post.
    Heavy Industry Brewing is brewing a beer called ‘Egg Chaser’ for the Six Nations.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 14th December 2016

    Prestatyn Football Club is selling bottle conditioned real ale.
    There is a new micro pub in Denbigh, Y Goron Fach, supplied/operated by Denbigh Brewery and has included ales from other local breweries.
    Gwysaney Arms, Rhydymwyn is currently closed.
    Corporation Arms, Ruthin, is trying to open before Christmas.
    Miners Arms, Maeshafn have renewed their lease after failing to sell at auction.
    Heavy Industry Brewing have a new beer, ‘Power of Love’ at 6.0% abv.
    Yuletide Red, from Facers.
    Hafod is producing a ‘Little Donkey’ ale flavoured with ginger and apricot.
    Two new beers from Hafod in January – ‘Good Intentions’ and ‘Bad Intentions’.
    Cwrw Ial is producing cans.