Pub & Brewery News

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

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 18 July 2018

    Results from the North Wales POTY judging saw the Bridge End, Ruabon as winner with the Mold Alehouse, Mold in second place.
    The Miners Arms, Maeshafn has been purchased.
    New Marstons pub, the Sun Verge , Rhyl is due to open in October.
    A new Dove pub in collaboration with Cwrw Ial is due to open in Abergele in September.
    Hafod have brewed a special beer for the Hawarden Beer Festival 'Sir William Ale' after William Gladstone who ironically was a tee-totaller.
    Dove from Above has been served in the Strangers Bar in the Houses of Parliament.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 20 June 2018

    Heavy Industry Brewing have taken over the Llindir Inn, Henllan. They also have a new Elderflower beer called Blodwen.
    The Cricket Club, St Asaph regularly stocks real ale and is open to non-members.
    The Griffin, Llanbedr DC has had a one off open and is scheduled to open for the Route 76 Festival.
    It was reported that the Dove at Rhyl made a good effort for Mild Month with a good selection.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 21 March 2018

    It looks that the Downing Arms in Bodfari has been sold and may have reopened
    Conflicting reports about the Griffin in Llanbedr DC - new owner may now want to convert to housing; some reports that it has been purchased by the Community as a going concern.
    Leaseholds for Crown Pantymwyn and Leyland Arms, Llanelidan up for sale.
    Miners, Maeshafn back on market
    Oak, Hendre - price has been dropped
    Farmers Arms, Ruthin is selling ale from Buzzard Brewery.