Pub & Brewery News

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

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 20th September 2017

    Cross Foxes, Prestatyn due to change management.
    Heavy Industry Brewing, Henllan have 3 new beers out as well as a collaboration.
    Planning application for the Dolphin, Mold has been withdrawn.
    Geipel has a new beer called Golden Gate.
    Chris Ruane, MP is officially opening Dovecote Brewery Denbigh this Friday at 2pm.
    Blue Lion, Cwm has re-opened this week

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 16th August 2017

    New landlord at Blue Bell Halkyn, Gary who also runs the Blossoms Inn in Bagillt.
    The first two ales from Dovecote Brewery have completed and are available locally.
    Black Brook are rebranding soon with cans planned for September and Key Keg to follow.
    Rhyl Journal reports that the Crown Bard, Rhyl is due to be demolished.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 19th July 2017

    Miners, Maeshafn has re-opened and is returning to selling Theakstons initially.
    Heavy Industry are brewing 2 experimental beers including Blodwen at 4.5% ABV as a one off. Also doing a collaboration with Bad Seed Brewery.
    Dovecot Brewery, Denbigh has produced a first batch of bottled ales. The first batch of casks are being delivered this week.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 28th June 2017

    The Blue Lion, Cynwydd which has been closed since January, is currently under planning application review.

  • Pub & Brewery News Wednesday 17th May 2017

    Golden Lion, Llangynhafal is back on the market.
    Black Lion, Babell lease is up for sale.
    Miners Arms, Maeshafn is changing management this month.
    The Smugglers, Talacre has been renamed the Point and has undergone an extensive refurb and is selling cask ale.
    Cwrw Ial is now producing Pocket Rocket in cans.
    Olive Tree delicatessen, Mold is stocking some ales by the bottle.