North East


The iconic Queens Head pub in Troutbeck reopens its doors to the public today for the first time since 2014, following a £2 million investment by Robinsons Brewery in Stockport. The Grade II listed pub, which was devastated by a fire in the summer of 2014, has been restored under the close eye of Robinsons’ in-house design team […]

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Same great beer, fresh new look for Abbeydale Brewery

Abbeydale Brewery are this week launching a rebrand for their renowned core range of cask ales. With the previous artwork having been in use since the brewery’s formation in 1996, the new look is intended to refresh the range whilst paying homage to Abbeydale’s rich history and ensuring that the familiarity with their most popular […]

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Success sees local entrepreneur open micro-brewery

• Ainsty Ales Brewery opens its own micro-brewery in Acaster Malbis • Firm focussed on growth and expansion across the UK and abroad • Royal Bank of Scotland and Lombard support company with funding deal Following two successful years in business, developing the Ainsty Ales brand across the Greater York Region, local entrepreneur Andy Herrington […]

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Rudgate Ruby Mild takes Overall Champion at SIBA North East Beer Competition

Rudgate’s Ruby Mild has been named Overall Champion at the Society of Independent Brewers’ (SIBA) North East Beer competition, taking place at the York CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival, Knavesmire Racecourse, York. Maxim Brewery also took home a top prize, winning overall champion in the small pack (bottle and can) competition with their bottled premium […]

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Great Newsome Brewery awarded 3 Great Taste Stars!

East Yorkshire’s hidden gem, Great Newsome Brewery has been awarded the highest of accolades in the 2016 Great Taste Awards, winning 3 Great Taste Stars for its Liquorice Lads Stout. The award winning beer is brewed using real liquorice root and named after the men living in and around Pontefract, who dug the liquorice root […]

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Cheers! Cullercoats Brewery raises £25,000 for the RNLI

Cullercoats Brewery has raised £25,000 for the RNLI with the sale of over 835,000 pints of beer inspired by the heroism of their local lifeboat crew. The brewery, established by Bill and Anna Scantlebury in 2011, is a staunch supporter of the lifeboat charity and donates 3p for every pint sold Bill said he was […]

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