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ISSUE 102 - WINTER 2017

Pub Mirror THE


12th - 14th April 2018 Hull Minster


The GOODMANHAM ARMS Alehouse Goodmanham, near Market Weighton. Tel: 01430 873849 www.goodmanhamarms.co.uk

Try our selection of 8 CASK ALES and 4 CIDERS BEER PRICES from £2.50p per pint The Pub is OPEN EVERYDAY 11.30am ‘til late Tasty HOME COOKED meals made from locally sourced produce Lunchtimes 12 noon - 2pm (plus Sunday Roasts) Monday 5pm - 7pm is Pie/Steak night (£9.95/£10.95 includes a free drink) Log Fires - Hidden Beer Garden with seating Folk Night on the 1st Thursday of the month Jazz/Blues/Country music night 3rd Thursday of the month


Good Beer Guide 2013/14/15/16/17/18 CAMRA Village Pub of the Year 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2016 CAMRA Village Pub of the Year, Runner Up 2014

Try our sister pub The Bay Horse at Burythorpe


Micro-Brewery producing original Classic English Ale PEG FYFE Dark Mild, RAGGED ROBIN Dark Ruby NO NOTION Porter plus the odd SEASONAL BEER Our Brewster is the landlady, Abbie Logozzi with much help from Peter Utley

Hulland andEast EastYorkshire Yorkshire CAMRA Hull CAMRA

Branch Website Branch Website- -www.hullcamra.org.uk www.hull.camra.org.uk


CHAIRPERSON: ANGELA CAWTE (new) chair@hull.camra.org.uk 07904 252910 TREASURER: Pete Mason treasurer@hull.camra.org.uk 07984 366207


SOCIAL MEDIA: Mark Spight socialmedia@hull.camra.org.uk WEB MASTER: Bernie Cawte webmaster@hull.camra.org.uk

CIDER REPRESENTATIVE: Alex Hayward cider@hull.camra.org.uk

SECRETARY: BERNIE CAWTE(new) secretary@hull.camra.org.uk 07956 424239 also Branch Contact

CLUBS LIAISON OFFICER: clubs@hull.camra.org.uk

MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Tony Garrett members@hull.camra.org.uk 07971 353226 PRESS & PUBLICITY OFFICER:: Angela Cawte press@hull.camra.org.uk 07904 252910

YOUNG MEMBERS CO-ORDINATOR: Alan Bowler youngmembers@hull.camra.org.uk 07539 234933 BEER STYLE OFFICER:Vacant


MAGAZINE EDITOR: Bernie Cawte pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk 07956 424239 EAST YORKSHIRE PUBS CAMPAIGN OFFICER: Mark Bainton eastyorkshirepubs@hull.camra.org.uk 07749 505365 HOLDERNESS PUBS CAMPAIGN OFFICER: Brian Johnson holdernesspubs@hull.camra.org.uk 07968 586560

PUB LIAISON OFFICERS Beverley: John Ashton Bridlington: vacant Cottingham: Cliff Ottaway/Derek Brooks Driffield: Martin Bell Hedon: Pete Mason Hornsea: Brian Johnson Market Weighton: Chris Atkinson Withernsea: vacant PUBS DATABASE: Mark Bainton eastyorkshirepubs@hull.camra.org.uk


Hull & East Yorkshire Branch of CAMRA c/o 38 Jalland Street Holderness Road HULL, HU8 8RB

HULL PUBS CAMPAIGN OFFICER: Jon Major hullpubs@hull.camra.org.uk 07803 041968


Website: www.hull.camra.org.uk Facebook: Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA Twitter: @hullCAMRA

JOINT SOCIAL SECRETARY: Steve Allison & Carol Johnson socialsecretary@hull.camra.org.uk 07858 607158


PUBS PROTECTION OFFICER: Ken Smith pubsprotection@hull.camra.org.uk 07952 195005

Pub Mirror is produced quarterly by Hull & East Yorkshire Branch of CAMRA and is edited by the branch magazine editor Bernie Cawte. Any views and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the editor, CAMRA locally or nationally.



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The Station Inn 202, Beverley Road, Hull Tel. 01482 341482

An independent free house with locally produced real ale and cider and traditional pub games. Available for private functions. Bricknell and other local breweries


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FROM THE EDITOR - BERNIE CAWTE Well it’s been a very interesting and intense few weeks in the branch. We have had our Branch Chairperson Stewart Campbell step down due to personal reasons, which has meant a temporary change in the committee. We are lucky in having Angela Cawte an ex-chair of the branch as vicechair, so she has taken the role back. I have temporarily taken on the secretary’s role from Angela until the AGM in March, when hopefully someone else will take over the secretary’s role. I would like to place on record the branch’s thanks to Stewart for all the work he has put in over the years for the branch. He is now living in Whitby and is an active member there and in the Scarborough area, as well as at regional level. We wish him well.

Another result of Stewart stepping down was that I took on the role of festival organisor at short notice and I would like wholeheartedly thank the many people who helped me through this difficult period. With no experience as a festival organisor it was a steep learning curve, you wouldn’t believe all the things you need to be aware of, from licensing to loos, from insurance to security, but as I said I had a good team around me to help. A report on the festival is in the middle pages of this edition of Pub Mirror. Talking of festivals I am pleased to say that next year’s festival is booked in for the 12th to 14th April 2018 at Hull Minster. This will be our 7th festival at the church and the 40th beer festival for our

We would like to place on record our thanks to the following pubs, for the hospitality shown for our various Branch meetings, activities over the last few months: Hop & Vine, Hull George Hotel, Hull Ye Olde White Harte, Hull St John’s Hotel, Hull Furley & Co, Hull Hull Minster Branch. Staffing forms and further information will be on the festival website, due to be updated for 2018 in January. Keep an eye out for information via or Social Media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Branch Website. Finally may I wish you all a happy festive season and dont 5 forget ‘Pubs are not just for Christmas but for LIFE’.


The next edition of Pub Mirror is due for publication in the first week of March 2018. Any contribution for that edition needs to be with the editor by 12th February 2018, you can email your article to the editor at: pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk Advertising rates are unchanged for the fifth year running and you can advertise on a one off basis or in bulk adverts, discounts are available. Please contact our advertising co-ordinator John Rushforth at: pmadvertising@hull.camra.org.uk


HULL - Furley & Co, Head of Steam (NEW), Hop & Vine, Hull Pie (NEW), Pave, Station Inn (NEW), Whalebone BEVERLEY - Chequers, Monks Walk BRIDLINGTON - Marine Bar, Board Inn, BROUGH - Centurion Arms COTTINGHAM - King William IV, DRIFFIELD - Butchers Dog, Spread Eagle KIRK ELLA - The Beech Tree. GOODMANHAM - Goodmanham Arms & All Hallows Brewery HEDON - Hed’On Inn Atom Brewery, Crafty Little Brewery, Dicks Brewery Gene Pool Brewery (NEW), Great Newsome Brewery, Half Moon Brewery Wold Top Brewery, Yorkshire Brewing Company

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Wincolmlee Hull HU2 0PA

Telephone : 07506868461 Open every day from 12 ‘til late Always available Rudgate Viking, Half Moon Old Forge Five ever changing guest ales Now 6 cider/perries Always welcoming atmosphere with log fires and we are dog friendly Yorkshire Regional CAMRA Pub of the Year runner-up 2016 Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA Hull Pub of the Year 2014, 2015 & 2016 Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year 2016 Good Beer Guide (GBG) 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Follow us on Twitter page the whalebone@reading664


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STEWART CAMPBELL STEPS DOWN It was with some sadness that, in October 2017, the branch bid a fond farewell to our long-serving chairman, Stewart Campbell. It was for personal reasons, mainly following the death of his long-time partner Janet Rowan, that he decided to up sticks and move to the wilds of Whitby. The move however did not signal the end of his relationship with CAMRA as he is now working with the Scarborough Branch as well as taking on a roll within the regional organisation and having plans to start a separate Whitby Branch. It seems you can’t keep a good CAMRA man down. Stewart is a Londoner by birth (and also a Reading FC fan) but for reasons now lost in the mists of time he decided to move to God’s Own County and come to live in the glorious city of ours (a wise move if ever there was one). Having seemingly always been a CAMRA member, some say he was weaned on real ale; he was soon involved in the workings of the local branch. At first like the rest of us as simply an active member attending open meetings, Good Beer Guide (GBG) survey trips and social outings. This, however was to change. In April 2004 he took on the editorship of the branch flagship publication, Pub Mirror, a job which he did either on his own or in conjunction with the previous editor Alan Canvess for almost 5 years. During his tenure in this post the magazine saw several changes in terms of content and layout a process which continues to evolve to this day under the current editor Bernie Cawte. Stewart also took on the role of Branch Treasurer and suprisingly, although not a Yorkshireman, kept the sort of tight control of the branch finances, that any Yorkshireman would have been proud of. In March 2014 Stewart finally gave up the treasurer’s role in favour of a more exalted post when he was elected as the branch chairman. During his period as chairman Stewart oversaw a number of significant events including the introduction of the Locale Scheme, the fight to save pubs by having them designated as Assets of Community Value, two highly successful beer and cider festivals at the Holy Trinity Church and the celebrations for the branch’s 40th anniversary in October 2015. He also took on the responsibility for preparing the entries for the GBG. It must be also be realised that on top of all his work for CAMRA he was at the same time in conjunction with Janet running a successful pub, The Hop and Vine, in Albion Street. Not only was the pub a regular entry in the GBG but it also gained renown as a haven for cider drinkers winning various local and regional awards and ultimately a national award. On behalf of the committee and all members of the Hull and East Yorkshire Branch thank you Stewart for all your hard work on behalf of the branch over the years and we wish you every success in your new ventures both within and outside CAMRA.

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HULL PUBS REPORT BY JON MAJOR As we fast approach the end of this roller coaster City of Culture year it’s time to reflect on the amount of changes we have seen on the pub and real ale front in the city.

A new bar has opened on Trinity House Lane in the heart of the Old Town. The Brain Jar is a retro type bar which offers a selection of bottle condition ales.

We have witnessed new pubs opening, pubs closing, pubs having huge refurbishments, pubs adding even more real ales, more local breweries opening, many pubs hosting their own real ale & cider festivals plus tap takeovers from breweries both local and further afield all of which have been extremely successful and best of all several pubs in our region winning CAMRA awards on both a local and county level.

Several pubs in our area have changed hands recently one in particular is Pearsons on Princes Avenue. This has been taken over by Mark Farmer and Leslie Skinner who have had several pubs in the area; they have introduced a new menu and plan many changes including introducing a ‘caught on camera’ over the weekend, if you’re randomly picked from photos over the weekend you win a cash prize. One thing they don’t plan on changing is the choice of three real ales which includes ‘ Andrew Larkin toad in the ale’.

This last quarter alone has seen Vintage bar on Silver Street which opened in September add two more hand pulls to their bar upping the total to five, two of which are usually from the Marston’s range plus three rotating guests which always includes a local brewery. The New Clarence has re-opened and the new management team have had to settle in fast due to the nearby New Theatre opening its doors after a year long refurbishment. The pub has now added a new menu and reinstalled real ales.


Good luck to all those that have taken pubs on recently and if you know of any changes please let me know. I can’t close without mentioning our award winning pubs this year that include Cross Keys on Beverley Road and Duke of York in Sutton both gaining Commitment to Cask accreditation and of course the Yorkshire Pub of the Year runner up Whalebone. You have all done yourselves and the Hull area proud.

Pubs that have had refurbishments recently are St. John’s on Queens Road, Albert Hotel on Anlaby Road, Saltshouse Tavern on Dunvegan Road has not only had a major refurbishment but has also added three real ales.

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Only thing is now is to thank you all for your hard work this year and wish all our licensees and their staff a very merry and safe Christmas and a happy and prosperous and busy new year. email addresss:hullpubs@hull.camra.org.uk



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EAST YORKSHIRE PUBS REPORT BY MARK BAINTON Cottingham Shirley Bamforth, owner of Hed’On Inn has received planning permission for a micro pub at 144 Hallgate, Cottingham (next to King WilliamIV). It will be called the Hugh FitzBaldrick after a 12th century local. Shirley hopes to open shortly. Market Weighton Londesborough Arms in Market Weighton held their 2nd festival on 23rd September. 10 ales were available., started at noon and finishing when all the beer had gone. Food (savories) were supplied by the local butcher. Coverforce a band from York supplied the entertainment.

production of Elder & Wiser & Wolds Way IPA will reduced. Hessle The Hase has gained the Cask Marque accreditation since introducing a further guest ale on handpull giving a wider selection of paler ales such as Abbeydale Moonshine and Ossett Silver King to their already interesting range of regular beers on offer. Any East Yorkshire pubs news, then email me at : eastyorkshirepubs@hull.camra.org.uk

Beverley Green Dragon The front bar is now the only dog friendly part of the pub. Goodmanham. All Hallows Brewery have new beers out they are Ruby Tuesday, Witchever & Wildfire. The


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LOCALE SCHEME EXPLAINED CAMRA LocAle is an initiative which promotes pubs stocking locally brewed real ale. The scheme builds on a growing consumer demand for quality local produce and an increased awareness of ‘green’ issues. Everyone benefits from local pubs stocking locally brewed real ale… • Public houses as stocking local real ales can increase pub visits • Consumers who enjoy greater beer choice and diversity • Local brewers who gain from increased sales • The local economy because more money is spent and retained locally • The environment due to fewer ‘beer miles’ resulting in less road congestion and pollution • Tourism due to an increased sense of local identity and pride - let’s celebrate what makes our locality different.


• Bricknell, Hull • Cathead, Hull • Crafty Little Brewery, Brough • Dicks Brewery, Brough • East Yorkshire Beer Co, Beverley (NEW) • Gene Pool Brewery • Great Newsome, South Frodingham • Half Moon, Ellerton • Old Mill, Snaith • Twisted Angel Brewery, Beverley (NEW) • Wold Top, Wold Newton • Yorkshire Brewing Co, Hull • Yorkshire Brewhouse • If your local pub carries any of our breweries’ beer please contact our LocAle Officer Pete Mason, whose email address is on page 3 of this publication. Our LocAle pubs are listed on the below and opposite.


Participating pubs are granted accreditation at the discretion of the local branch, Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA, and subject to the licensee agreeing that they will endeavour to ensure at least one locally brewed real ale, as defined by the local branch, is on sale at all times and that only real ale, as defined by CAMRA, can be promoted as a CAMRA LocAle. The Definition of Local: For the purpose of the Hull & East Yorkshire scheme pubs would have to stock a beer from either an East Yorkshire brewery or from a brewery within 25 miles of the pub. Real ales from regional and national breweries as well as from microbreweries can be regarded as “local”, if they are brewed within what the branch has deemed to be the local area. These breweries are considered to be our LocAle breweries: • All Hallows, Goodmanham • Atom, Hull • Bridlington, Bridlington Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

Vintage, Silver Street, Hull Branch Website - www.hull.camra.org.uk


Bay Horse


White Horse


Chequers, Monks Walk, Windmill


Hope & Anchor


Brunswick, Marine Bar, Pack Horse, Prior John, Queens Hotel, Telgraph.


Triton Inn


Buccaneer, Centurion Arms


Hare & Hounds

Burton Pidsea:

Black Bull, Nancy


Stackhouse Bar, Marine Hotel


Tailors Chalk


Chestnut Horse


Blue Bell

Kingston upon Hull:

Dram Shop, Furley & Co, Hop & Vine, Larkins Bar, Lion & Key, Royal Hotel, Minerva, Old House, Pave, Station Hotel, Walters, Whalebone, William Hawkes, Yates


Stags Head


Hare and Hounds, New Inn

Little Weighton:

Black Horse

New Ellerby:


Railway Inn


White Hart

Cross Keys

Benjamin Fawcett Butchers Dog, Spread Eagle


Ship Inn


Goodmanham Arms


St Quintins Arms


Shakespeare, Hed’On Inn


Humber Tavern Roos Arms



Blue Bell Inn


Ferguson Fawsitt




Coach & Horses


Old Boat Shed


Falcon Inn,

Do you think your pub should be on this list then contact us at: locale@hull.camra.org.uk

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MEMBERSHIP REPORT BY TONY GARRETT Why Join CAMRA and why get involved? From the Branch Membership Secretary These days terms and styles are becoming very confusing. At one time you may have had two choices on the bar – both cask ales: Bitter or mild. Then styles developed and sometimes fused with styles from abroad. Then keg came back to retain shelf life, but taking the “real” out of ale. Finally the ideas of keykeg and keycask came along with various discussions about whether they are truly keeping the tradition of real ale alive and whether they add a benefit to the beer drinker’s choice. For anyone entering a pub today with cask ales and, as yet undefined, craft ales it can be a confusing world. CAMRA stands as an independent organisation representing the beer and cider drinking consumer to try and help people to understand which ales are real living beers, producing their condition naturally rather than through added gasses. Being part of the campaign both funds this work and also gives access to information about real ales and where the different beers fit in. It also gives you an opportunity to become involved in local CAMRA activities. The traditional advantages of membership are:  Be a member of the most successful consumer organisation in Europe;  Be part of a social and active branch with many events throughout the year;  Be involved by nominating and selecting the pubs included in the Good Beer Guide;  Receive a monthly copy of the ‘What’s Brewing’ CAMRA newspaper, providing the latest news on CAMRA nationally and details of beer festivals and social events;  Receive a quarterly copy of the CAMRA magazine, ‘Beer,’ offering informative articles about many subjects related to beer and cider;  Receive a branch newsletter bi-monthly, updating you on all the local news and activities (Hull and East Yorkshire branch members only);  Receive discounts on the RRP of many CAMRA products including the best selling Good 14 beer Guide;  Enjoy free or discounted entry to beer festivals; However, there are other incentives to help you decide whether or not to join:  Increasing numbers of pubs nationally are offering discounts on real ale to CAMRA membership card holders, including a number in this area;  £20 of vouchers for real ale and real cider at Wetherspoons pubs (40 fifty pence vouchers);  Discounts from reputable national companies (see national website for the latest offers);  More information about real cider and where to find it; The easiest way to join is now to sign up on-line either as an individual member, or to save money by joining as a couple.

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MEMBERS DISCOUNT SCHEME Discount Offers for Members! Our thanks go to the following local pubs where CAMRA members can take advantage of the following offers on production of their membership card. Please note that there have been some recent additions and removals to this list, so please note the changes: Hull Pubs Avenue, Chanterlands Avenue: 10% off cask ales and food; Corn Exchange, Lowgate: 10% off cask ales; Dram Shop, George Street: 15p off a pint of cask ales; Furley and Co, Princes Dock St: 10% off cask ales; Gardeners’ Arms, Cottingham Road: 10% off cask ales; Goodfellowship Inn, Cottingham Road: 30p off a pint of cask ale and 20% off food; Haworth Arms, Beverley High Road: Your 8th pint of cask ale free – AND 10% off cask ale for CAMRA members; Head of Steam, Trinity Square: 20p off a pint of cask ale; National, National Ave: 10% off cask ales; Old Grey Mare, Cottingham Road: 10% off cask ales; Pave, Princes Avenue: 10% off cask ales; Sutton Fields, Oslo Road: 10% off cask ales; (NEW) Vintage, Silver Street: 15p off pint of cask ale East Yorkshire Town and Village Pubs: Black Horse, Atwick: 10% off cask ale Dog and Duck, Beverley: 10p off a pint of cask ale and a meal deal Mon to Fri lunch; 16 Monks Walk, Beverley; 30p off a pint of cask ale; 18 Green Dragon, Beverley: 20p off a pint of cask ale Triton Inn, Brantingham: 10% off cask ale; Marine Bar, Bridlington: 10% off cask ale; Red Hawk, Brough: 10% off cask ale; Ferry Inn, Brough: 10% off cask ale (NEW) Fair Maid, Cottingham: 10% off cask ale; King William IV, Cottingham: 10p per pint off cask ale; Railway Inn, Cottingham: 15p off cask ale; Tiger, Cottingham: 10% off cask ale The Butcher’s Dog, Driffield: 10p off a pint of real ale or cider; Middle Pub (formally Old Falcon),Driffield: 20p off a pint of cask ale; Light Dragoon, Etton: 20p off pint of cask ale: Hed’on Inn, Hedon: 5% off cask ales; Marine Hotel, Hornsea: 10% off cask ale; Stackhouse Bar, Hornsea: 20p per pint off cask ale; Beech Tree, Kirk Ella: an Ember Inns offer of 20p off a pint of cask ale; not available Mondays New Inn, Leven: 10% off cask ale;; Sandpiper, Melton: 20% off food; Ship Inn, Sewerby: 10p off a pint of cask ale; Sun Inn, Skirlaugh; 10% off cask ale; Ferguson Fawsitt, Walkington: 10% off a pint of cask ale Green Dragon, Welton: 10% off cask ale; Warton Arms, Woodmansey: 10% off cask ale; Old Boat Shed, Withernsea: 20p off cask ale:

You can also use your Wetherspoons 50p vouchers which are now valid for real cider and real ale.

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MEMBERS DISCOUNT SCHEME (CONT) Please make use of these offers as they will save you money and show the pubs that CAMRA members use them. Also, please let us know if the published details appear to be incorrect. Offers change and we are not always the first to know. It is always worth taking your membership card and asking bar-staff if they offer a discount even when a pub is not listed above. You may get a nice surprise! Details of local discounts for members are publicised locally in Pub Mirror (of course), in the Members’ Digest, on the branch website, on facebook and twitter and at branch events such as the Real Ale and Cider Festival. Licensees may want to look at it as a form of advertising their pub. If you travel elsewhere in the country, check out the local CAMRA branch websites and the CAMRA magazines to find out offers available in the area you are visiting. Want to get active in CAMRA? Feel free to ask about what’s going on, committee or associate positions that maybe vacant, social activities and surveying for the next Good Beer Guide. You may have some great ideas for what we should do in the branch or which pubs are worthy of Good Beer Guide entries – please let us know. Relevant contact details can be found elsewhere in this Pub Mirror but my email contact for any membership issues in particular is: members@hull.camra.org.uk

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FOLLOW THE TIGERS ON THE AMBER TRAIL We are pleased to continue our long association with the Tigers’ Official Supporters Club (we are now in our 6th year) and suggest some real ale pubs near the grounds. Most of these pubs will be in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide, so I hope you enjoy the real ales/ cider on offer. if you come across ay other pubs, especially away friendly pubs, please let us know at pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk Bolton Wanderers – Monday 1st January (KO 15.00) - The main pub for away fans is the Beehive (right) 991 Chorley New Road (BL6 4BA) which is about a 10-15 minute walk away from the away turnstiles. It is a good sized pub with 2 real ales and also serves food. You can also park your car there. Also there is the Barnstormers pub on Lostock Lane (BL6 4BL), from the M61, go past the stadium on your left, move into the right hand filter lane and turn right at the traffic lights into Lostock Lane, the pub is down on the right and admit away fans, this pub serves 4 real ales FA CUP 3rd round - Saturday 6th January (KO 15.00) - At the time of publication we don’t know the result of the replay between Blackburn Rovers and Crewe Alexandra, so here is one from each town Blackburn - Near to the railway station is the Postal Order (15-19 Darwen Street, BB2 2BH) a former Post Office, now one of the army of Wetherspoon’s pubs around the country, serving beers from the local breweries such as Twaites, Moorhouse’s, Three B’s and Hopstar. Crewe - If you arrive early and have a bit of time on your hands then I would recommend a visit to 18 the Borough Arms on (Earl Street, CW1 2BG). The pub which, is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, is around a mile away (15-20 minute walk) from Gresty Road and has a large number of real ales, plus Belgian and German beers on tap. Sunderland - Saturday 20th January (KO 15.00) - If you have a bit of time to spare, then you may like to try the Harbour View, (Roker, SR6 0NU) on the sea front, which is around a 15-20 minute walk away from the ground. Simply go along Roker Avenue (opposite the main entrance to the stadium) until you reach the seafront, turn left along the front and you will see the pub up on the left. The pub which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2018, serves up to six real ales and reasonably priced food (with its own match day menu). Preston North End - Saturday 3rd February (KO 15.00) – There are 6 GBG pubs in Preston and the first you will see if you are coming by train is the Old Vic, 79 Fishergate,(PR1 2UH) which is opposite the train station. It boasts seven handpumps so you should find a good choice of real ales, CAMRA Wetherspoon vouchers are accepted. This pub also serves food. Further towards the stadium is the Princess Alice (right) 29/31 Cambridge Walk (PR1 7SL) The pub is only a 10 minute walk from the ground, beers are normally from small local Lancashire breweries. Nottingham Forest - Saturday 10th February (KO 15.00) - There are 17 pubs in the CAMRA 2018 Good Beer Guide for Nottingham and the Vat and Fiddle, Queens Bridge Road (NG2 1NB) near to the railway station is a good a place to start. It is the brewery tap pub of Castle Rock brewery and so has a big range of real beers. Leave the station by the front exit, turn left a little way and Queens Bridge Road is a big thoroughfare on your right (almost opposite the station) Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

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FOLLOW THE TIGERS ON THE AMBER TRAIL Another pub to consider is the Canalhouse, Canal Street,(NG1 7EH,) which is a converted Waterways Warehouse. Both pubs are in the 2018 GBG. Middlesbrough - Tuesday 20th February (KO 19.45) - The Star, 14 Southfield Road (TS1 3BX) is a large and popular pub situated opposite the university campus. Usually has 4 real ales and Westons Old Rosie cider on draft. Also near to the university campus is a newish Wetherspoon’s, Swatters Carr, 228 Linthorpe Road (TS1 3QW) an old 17th Century farmhouse offering the usual Wetherspoon’s fayre. Ipswich Town - Saturday 3rd March (KO 15.00) - Eight pubs are entered into the GBG for 2018 in Ipswich and our choice to start is The Arboretum, 43 High Street (IP1 3QL), which has a single bar and a restaurant upstairs which specialises in locally sourced freshly prepared food. Beer from local small brewers including Humpty Dumpty and St Peter’s are complemented by a good selection of local bottled beers. Also well worth a visit is the Dove Street Inn (right) on St Helens Street (IP4 2LA) which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide which has up to 20 real ales and ciders on tap. Birmingham City - Saturday 17th March (KO 15.00) - It is not particularly recommended that you visit pubs near to the ground, so we have given you two pubs within 10 minutes of New Street station. The first is Old Joint Stock, 4 Temple Bar, opposite the cathedral (B2 5NY) which in its previous life was the Old Joint Stock Bank. It is a grade two listed building and boasts elaborate decorative features, a large island bar and a club room to the rear and a balcony drinking area. 19 Good quality food is served along with guest beers and ciders from local breweries. The second pub is the Wellington, 37 Bennetts Hill (B2 5SN) a local CAMRA Pub of the Year which boasts 17 hand pumps with local ales and two ever changing ciders. No food is served but you can take your own and plates and cutlery will be provided. Wolverhampton Wanderers - Monday 2nd April (KO 15.00) – There are 14 GBG 2018 entries for Wolverhampton but most are not considered away friendly pubs. Molineux is only a 10 minute walk from the city centre so a good choice might be Hogs Head (right)186 Stafford Street (WV1 1NA). This large 19th century traditional city centre pub with attractive brick terracotta exterior and stained glass windows is divided into separate areas inside. Usually with a wide range of 10 real ales and changing ciders is a really popular pub for all ages. There is a small bar called the Bluebrick, Broad Gauge Way (WV10 0BA) inside the Premier Inn hotel, located near to the railway station, which is used frequently by away fans. It does though charge a £2 entrance fee, but does have two real ales. If you have any comments or expereinces from the pubs you visit when watching the Tigers please feel free to let us know. We are always keen to hear people’s views on our GBG pubs. If you come across any we have not listed that are near the grounds please let us know at pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk Thanks Bernie Cawte Pub Mirror Editor.

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HULL REAL ALE & CIDER FESTIVAL 2017 - VERSION 39 On Sunday 12th November 2017 - the army of Hull CAMRA volunteers set off on thier annual set up program for the 39th Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival. The festival itself was to open on Thursday 16th November at our now regular venue of Hull Minster. The amount of work our volunteers have to do is documented over the next few pages, We would like to thank Derek Taylor Š Derek Taylor Photography for the excellent photographs in this article. Below are a couple of photos pre set up, the first is of the stillage,shelves and racks before

people who came through the doors could enjoy the 134 cask ales, 32 cider perry and a further selection of bottle beers, and the food stalls who keep us fed. The opening of the festival (below) was undertaken by Sam Hunt, City of Culture (2nd left )accompanied by the CAMRA Festival Organiser Bernie Cawte (1st left), Rev Eve (centre), Angela Cawte, CAMRA Branch Chair (2nd right) and Dan Broom, Hull Minster (right)

assembly and below of some of the volunteers at work setting up the bars.

As ever we are grateful to our hosts at Hull Minster the Rev Canon Neal Barnes (pictured below strolling through the Minster during the fesival) who said:

For the local real ale fan this event is often regarded as the hi-light of the year. It brings together that band of loyal CAMRA volunteers for those few days who give their free time so that the event can be held and over 4,350

What a fabulous occasion this was! There was a great atmosphere throughout the building, from the aisles containing the hand-pull and continued on next page

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HULL REAL ALE & CIDER FESTIVAL 2017 - VERSION 39 gravity bars, the Chancel with its live music, to the newly re-ordered Nave with its open space for food stalls, tables and chairs. Tribute should be paid to the CAMRA volunteers who worked so hard, especially as the church is still a bit of a building site, and our own staff and volunteers who provided the support and on-the-spot trouble-shooting as we adapted this well-established festival into the new arrangements We are thrilled that a record number of people came to enjoy the quality ale and cider in this unique setting, and had a great time catching up with friends and making new ones. There was a happy and relaxed buzz in the church – which is one of the things that we always like to encourage! We are eagerly anticipating the next festival in mid-April when all our building work will be complete and our guests will have full access to our renewed and revitalised Hull Minster. Please come and join us!


This year was the last event that would involve Rev Matt Woodcock who Is moving on to continue bringing his unique approach to his vocation in York. Matt has become a friend to many of us in the years since the festival has been held at Holy Trinity and things have changed very much when I was first introduced

to him when he initially proposed that CAMRA held their local festival there. So we acknowledged Matt’s contribution with a special brew made for us by Brass Castle Brewery; named Wild and Woody, (Pump Badge, bottom left) unfortunately it wasn’t to Matt’s taste but he was pleased by the gesture. The festival was staffed by some long standing local members (two pictured below, Paul Ashton (left) and Mark Spight) who volunteer

year on year and several new faces this year, we hope they will return in 2018 as their involvement is essential to making the event as special as it is.

We are fortunate that CAMRA members - (Staff Pre-festival briefing above) from outside the branch area also help, Mike comes from North London and helps on the cider bar, Steve and

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HULL REAL ALE & CIDER FESTIVAL 2017 - VERSION 39 Carol from Goole sell the tokens and Paul from Scunthorpe takes care of admissions. On the bars we had Steve from Sutton Coldfield and Nigel from Brigg. We also had assistance from Carlo, an Italian student studying in Hull, although we had no customers from overseas his help was never the less just as helpful. Carlo told us this of his own experience: Volunteering at the festival was an unforgettable experience. It was a real pleasure to work side by side with the lovely local CAMRA staff; thanks to them, I learnt loads of interesting things about the world of English Ales. Moreover, I personally always have at heart the promotion of the cultural heritage of the communities that host me, so I’m glad CAMRA gave me the opportunity for helping sharing this outstanding element of the local culture. Though what I enjoyed utmost was seeing the smile of people leaving the festival, genuinely pleased by the time spent in

from our visitors which were extremely gratifying and it makes a lot of the hard work feel worthwhile. One such person was Tim Edward, Membership Secretary from Ipswich’s branch who stated: ” Fabulous festival. Great choice of beers, great quality. So many different varities. Bar staff understood quality on a couple of times made sure I was OK with the last half of a cask/first half of a cask. Venue is iconic and beautiful. Thank and well done.” Praise indeed for all of those who met with Tim. We also hosted members from Nottingham CAMRA, they were being organised on the day by Steve Scrimshaw, Steve emailed after the event as follows We had an excellent day in Hull. Your festival was incredible; several people said if they’d known it was in such a great venue we would have visited sooner. The staff we spoke with 23 were clearly very proud of the venue and also interested to hear about our “little” festival as well. Obviously the downside to visiting on Saturday afternoon is the limited selection of beer, however, there was still a pretty good choice and we all commented on the condition and quality of the beers. Thanks again for your wonderful hospitality.

a friendly atmosphere and amazing setting As I was taking care of admissions I was in an ideal situation to receive many compliments

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HULL REAL ALE & CIDER FESTIVAL 2017 - VERSION 39 It’s not only other CAMRA branches that were quick to praise the festival. one of our main sponsors RSM in the person of Phil Withers sent us this picture (see below) and comments from their in-house media communications:

Drinkers however were also very impressed to hear the RSM choir who travelled over from Leeds to perform on the evening of the trade day event. People were literally dancing in the aisles as the songs were sung. Our guests included representatives from Axholme Brewing Company, The Great Yorkshire Brewery, Barclays, Rollits Solicitors, Andrew Jackson Solicitors, Department of International Trade and Team Humber Marine Alliance. We would like to thank all of our sponsors without whose support the festival just would not happen and to all of our brewery and pub freinds for ther many donations of beer and tombola prizes. Also to the church and City of Culture volunteers who helped with visitors to the church during the festival period.

24 24 As part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017 the 39th Hull Real Ale and Cider Festival took place in Hull Minster. RSM once again sponsored the Festival Guide for Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA and it boasted RSM branding throughout as did the Minster itself. The event, held over 3 days, was tremendously popular to the extent that despite several hundred Ales and Ciders being available the place was dry by Saturday afternoon. There was one especially brewed for RSM amongst those on offer by Atom Brewery. All of Atom’s beers have a scientific connotation and the beer was called Vis Major which means superior force in Latin. It was a great session beer with a tweaked malt and a light hop characteristic.

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Further acknowledgement is due to the 56 new members recruited during the festival, I look forward to meeting them at future events, perhaps some might volunteer to help at our next festival! Here are some more pictures taken by Derek Taylor pre, during and post festival: Cask set up

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HULL REAL ALE & CIDER FESTIVAL 2017 - VERSION 39 Start of the Festival

Post Festival Staff Trip to Huddersfield As usual we held a post festival trip for the staff and here are a few photos courtesy of Tony Garrett . These a just a few of the pubs visited. The Grove

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Finally I wish to add my thanks to everyone who participated to make the festival whether as staff or customer because it wouldn’t happen otherwise.

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WHALEBONE REGIONAL POTY RUNNER UP BY HOWARD JOY The presentation for the Yorkshire CAMRA Pub of the Year runner up took place at the Whalebone, Wincolmlee, Hull on Saturday 11th November. Peter Goddard, Deputy Regional Organiser was there to do the honours and make the presentation to the landlord, Jamie Reading (below)

local, dog friendly and with an open fire in winter. To achieve runner up to likes of the Kelham Island Tavern in Sheffield is no mean feat and Peter referred to the quality and choice of the beer and cider at the Whalebone as well as the friendly and very helpful bar staff Danielle (pictured bottom right with Jamie), Jess and Jo. Peter also referred to the long history of the pub and paid tribute to the late Alex Craig and Tina who ran the pub from 2002 until Jamie took over in 2014. Jamie thanked Peter and acknowledged the award by encouraging those present to “Keep drinking the beer” – Alex’s favourite catchphrase.

The beer at the Whalebone is always excellent being given time to condition fully in the cellar and Jamie puts on a rotating selection of the best beers available locally and nationally with two dark beers always on offer. The range of ciders has been increased and helped the pub gain Hull Branch Cider Pub of the Year award recently. The pub is a traditional community

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The Whalebone has also been awarded Hull CAMRA Branch City Pub of the Year for the past three years. Well done to Jamie and all the team for a great achievement.




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dog friendly pubs We are always being asked for Dog Friendly pubs in our area so with the help of our branch member Steve Purdie and his dog Belle (below) here is a list of pubs we know about. If you know of anymore please email me at pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk with the details Beverley, Woolpack Sailmakers, High St. Hull Beverley, Chequers Furley & Co, Hull Beverley (Hull Bridge), Crown and Anchor Whalebone, Hull Beverley, Tiger Lord Nelson, Hull Beverley, Royal Standard St. John’s, Hull Beverley, Potting shed Queens, Hull Beverley, Monks Walk Bay Horse, Hull Beverley, Green Dragon, front room only William Hawkes, Hull Beverley, Sloop inn (NEW) Polar Bear, Hull Beverley, Cornerhouse (NEW) Old English Gentleman, Hull Beverley, Lord Nelson (NEW) Blue Bell, Hull Beverley, Queens Head , after food service (NEW) Black Boy, Hull Cottingham, Cross Keys The Station, Hull Cottingham, King William IV The County, Hull Cottingham, Hallgate Tavern (NEW) The Highway, Hull, bar only Cottingham, Railway (NEW) BluBell, Keyingham Driffield, Butchers Dog (NEW) Wheatsheaf, Kirk Ella Easington, Marquis of Granby (NEW) Stags Head, Lelley Easington, White Horse Carpenters Arms, Market Weighton Hedon, Hed’On Inn Red Lion, Market Weighton Hollym, Plough White Hart, North Cave 29 Hornsea, Luciens Bar Holderness Inn, Patrington Hornsea, New Inn Humber Tavern, Paull Hornsea, Marine Hotel (NEW) Ship Inn, Sewerby Hornsea, Stackhouse Bar Green Dragon, Welton Hull, Head of Steam Coach and Horses, Welwick Hull, People’s Republic Old Boat Shed, Withersea


On behalf of Steve Allison and Carol Johnson. we would like to thank everyone who supported us on the social trips throughout the year. Thanks especially to the Acklams coach drivers for putting up with our sometimes peculliar requests We hope you all have A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR . It will be great to see you all Next Year on one of our social trips. The first trip of the New Year will be on Sunday 21st January 2018 with our annual WASSAILING trip to the Skidbrooke Orchards near Louth in Lincolnshire. Who would like a MYSTERY TRIP most of us do, Obviously can’t tell you much more, but we can say you will not be dissappointed. Only the best real ale pubs are included. Interested, well come and find out. It will be on SUNDAY 25th February 2018, will we be very happy to see you on the coach. Further details on either trip will be on our branch website and our other Social Media pages or you can contact us at - socialsecretary@hull.camra.org.uk

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PUBS PRESERVATION SOCIETY This quarter I thought I’d focus on the National Heritage List for England, more generally known as the list of Listed Buildings, which is now maintained by Historic England. To be included on the list a building does not have to simply be old as the criterion for listing is that it should be of architectural or historic special interest. It is for this reason that in Hull specifically such diverse structures as a bridge over a drain, Hull’s iconic K6 cream coloured telephone boxes and Ye Olde White Harte public house are included. Each has their merit in terms of their history, specific design elements or connection with a famous architect.


Listed buildings are split into three grades with Grade 1 being the highest grade (Hull Minster for example) followed by Grade 2* (star) then Grade 2. There probably is a reason why these grades are not simply 1, 2 and 3 but I’m not aware of it. If anyone reading this is aware then maybe they could enlighten me, I’m always ready to learn! For this first article I thought I’d focus on those pubs in the City of Kingston upon Hull. The number of pubs in the city that are included on the list is really quite impressive, forming as they do over 6% of all the listed buildings in the city. Not all of the buildings on the list were built as pubs or hotels, with sympathetic conversions from banks and other uses accounting for a fair few in relatively recent years. Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

The list below gives the names and locations of those pubs that are on the list. It is possible I have missed the odd one as not all are identified as pubs in the listing details. In addition there are at least 2 on the list that are no longer operating as pubs, having received the necessary consent to convert them to flats or other uses, and 2 that are currently closed Pub Grade The Lockwood Arms, Green Lane 2 Dram Shop, George Street 2 The Bull, Beverley Road (Now flats) 2 City Hotel, Lowgate 2 Kingston Hotel, Trinity House Lane 2 Ye Olde White Harte, Silver Street 2 Minerva Hotel, Minerva Pier 2 Windmill at the Mill, Holderness Road 2 Head of Steam, King Street 2 Alexandra Hotel, Hessle Road 2 Vauxhall Tavern, Hessle Road 2 Empress, Alfred Gelder Street 2 Haworth Arms, Beverley Road 2 George Hotel, Land of Green Ginger 2 Three John Scotts, Lowgate 2 Burlington Tavern, Manor Street 2 Silvers, Silver Street 2* Garbo’s, Silver Street 2 Telstar, Whitefriargate 2 White Hart Hotel, Alfred Gelder Street (Closed) 2* Windmill, Witham 2 Robbies, Hedon Road 2 The Mill, Holderness Road 2 Old English Gentleman, Worship Street 2 Yates, Trinity House Lane 2 Punch Hotel, Victoria Square 2 Criterion, Hessle Road (Now flats) 2 The Masters Bar, Jameson Street 2 Earl De Grey, Castle Street (Closed) 2 Ye Olde Black Boy, High Street 2 St John’s Hotel, Queens Road 2 The Polar Bear, Spring Bank 2 Continued on next page Branch Website - www.hull.camra.org.uk

BY KEN SMITH The purpose of listing a building is not to “preserve it in aspic” but rather to protect those aspects of it that make it what it is and has become over the years. It does not, therefore, mean that an owner cannot make any alterations to it or change its use. It does, however, mean that there are certain requirements that must be fulfilled before any work can go ahead. As each building and the way in which it is used is unique it is almost impossible to give a generic set of rules so anyone wishing to do work on such a building is well advised to contact the conservation officer at the relevant local planning department first. In Hull of course this means ringing 300300 and asking to speak to the conservation officer in the planning department. While it is not always necessary to receive planning permission for work to a listed building it is almost always necessary to get listed building consent. When an application is received the planning department has to decide whether the proposal and the building are of such significance that it has to be referred to Historic England. With most listed buildings the proposals are such that this is not necessary but the recent high profile case involving the removal of the second bar in Ye Olde White Harte meant that this had to be done along with the usual letters and public notices. While local and even national objections, in this instance from CAMRA’s Pubs Heritage Group, did carry some weight in the removal of the proposal from the application it was mainly the direction from Historic England that the application be refused that led to the amendment that was eventually approved. At the time there were a number of comments relating to this branch’s supposed approval of the proposal.

with all the modern catering equipment behind it in order to create additional seating areas and using the cleared bar top as a drinks resting surface, to be an acceptable compromise. As part of my duties as Pubs Protection Officer it is my responsibility to keep an eye on proposals relating to all pubs but naturally there is a slightly greater emphasis on protecting listed buildings from unwanted and unwarranted alterations. I do this by regularly inspecting the planning applications on the council web site but also by simply keeping my eyes open and seeing what us going on around the city. However I cannot be everywhere so if anyone sees work being carried out on a listed building that they think is inappropriate then they should first check the planning applications register to see if any approval has been granted. The best way to do this is to access the Hull City Council web site on www. hull.gov.uk and type planning applications in 31 the search box, on the next screen scroll down to Planning Applications and click. From there it’s just a few quick clicks to get you to the search box where typing the name or address of the property will display a list of any and all applications relating to it. Alternatively, if the building in question is a pub, then you can always e-mail me at the e-mail address in the inside cover of this magazine giving details of the property and the work being undertaken and I can make the necessary enquiries on behalf of the branch.

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from the chair by angela cawte You may already have read I have now resumed the role of Chairperson for the Hull and East Yorkshire branch. As I have never left the committee since standing down previously it is a matter of moving seats but it is a pleasure to be further involved with a group of such diverse and interesting people, many of whom I have the pleasure of considering my friends. As far as the campaign is concerned there is always something to do, recently as a branch our focus has been concentrated on ensuring our delayed 2017 festival was the best it could be. Now, we are moving on to organising the branch’s Pub of the Year competition which is our way of recognising which of the three pubs in Hull, our towns and our villages offer the very best the real ale drinker can hope to experience. Many congratulations are extended to Jamie Reading who achieved runner up in the Regional Pub of the Year held by CAMRA, 34 unfortunately I was unable to be at the presentation made at the Whalebone but to know that Hull now has one of the 3 best pubs, in CAMRA’s terms, throughout the whole of the Yorkshire region is a source of great pride. Average Prices -to continue with the occasional debate we run within Pub Mirror from time to time , Back in early September I was packing for a short break in Harrogate when the local radio station KCFM news desk rang, I was expecting to be asked for a quote on the newly published Good Beer Guide so I was surprised when I was asked for my opinion on a survey undertaken by the rival publication which had been monitoring beer prices and as Yorkshire had come out as one of the cheapest places, I was asked to comment on local prices, which I did. Perhaps you heard it? It also prompted me to consider where and what we are paying as from earlier visits to places all over the Yorkshire region. Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

So whilst in Harrogate I wrote down all the beers we drank, ABV and price and I have followed the same habit in other places since. Harrogate started at a Mitchells and Butler pub, sadly the worst beer in terms of quality and a shock in terms of price at £4.50 for two very uninspiring halves. The best of the pubs was the Montpellier , in my opinion, where I enjoyed Old Peculier so good I had more than one, this is usually my personal rule of thumb, particularly good as I enjoyed three rounds. Another pub where the quality was questionable was the Blues Bar, auto-backs are used here, not a good thing in my opinion and fortunately these are becoming rarer but certainly interesting to see in use. The other venue worthy of note was Sterlings Independent Beer and Coffee House, probably our overall favourite with a wide selection of craft beers, hand pulled ales and other drinks of all kinds, we even went there for breakfast! Over all the quality we experienced was generally very high but we paid for it, the average cost of a pint was £4.38- expensive possibly but I look forward to returning whenever I get the chance! Branch Website - www.hull.camra.org.uk

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Readers may have heard of the sad death of Neil in early October of pancreatic cancer following a short illness. Neil will be remembered, among other things, for rescuing from obscurity the failing Monks Walk in Beverley. He opened its doors back in April of last year, selling Locales from nearby breweries such as Brass Castle, Great Newsome, Wold Top and Yorkshire Brewing. The pub quickly proved popular with local drinkers and is featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2018. Neil's vision was to acquire the freehold of the building to restore its fabric and fully open the upper floors of this historically important Listed Building. Neil's widow, Gill and her two sons, Gerald and Tim wish to continue his vision and are seeking investors to enable the Monks Walk Inn Ltd to purchase the freehold. More information on this can be had from Gerald at geraldpickford@live.co.uk It was a pleasure to know Neil - John Ashton

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Goodmanham Arms, Main Street GOODMANHAM, YO43 5JA 01430 873849 Regular Beers: Peg Fyfe Dark Mild (ABV 3.6%), Ragged Robin Ruby Ale (4.8%), No Notion Porter (ABV 5.6%), BLO - John Ashton All Hallows Brewery have new beers out they are Ruby Tuesday, Witchever & Wildfire. Elder & Wiser & Wolds Way IPA this will mean a reduced in production.



Unit 4 Food & Tech Park Malmo Road, Sutton Fields Ind Est W HULL, HU7 0YF 07908 737769 Regular Beers: Blonde (ABV 4%), Pale Ale (ABV 4.5%), Dark Alchemy (ABV 4.9%), India Pale Ale (ABV 5.6%) BLO Atom have started a new barrel aging program with the first casks being Jim Beam bourbon casks in which they are aging Neutron Star, for release with the next batch of Neutron They are also about to release a new pale ale called Planks Constant, which is an all German pale ale and part of the origin series.


Pack Horse 7 Market Pl, Bridlington YO16 4QJ Regular Beers: Quay Gold (ABV 4.2%), BLO - Tony Garrett Rob and Helen completed the Brewery re-settlement at the back of the Pack Horse in Bridlington soon after publication of the last Pub Mirror and have now completed a number of brews. They have had Bulldog, a hoppy pale beer; Black Jack, a liquorice porter; and Mosaic, a light ale brewed using Mosaic hops. Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

Helen and Rob have been tweeking the beers as they go as they are getting used to the new brewery and are happy with how the brews have developed. It seems that if you visit the Pack Horse in Bridlington now, there should be one of their own brews on the bar, so why not go and have a sup?


Bricknell Avenue HULL HU5 4ET 07729 722953 Current Beer Range: Saazy Blonde (ABV 4.0%), Cascade Pale (ABV 4.5%), Anchor Pale Ale (ABV 4.9%), Double Anchor IPA (ABV 6.2%), Bosphorous 1875 (Strong Dark Ruby Ale), (ABV 6.5%), Chocolate Porter (ABV 4.8%), Slavanka 1873 (Imperial Russian Stout) (ABV 7.0%) BLO - John Rushforth Now brewing an exclusive cask Larkins Bitter for the pub of the same name on Newlands Avenue.


Building 40, Humber Business Park, Saltgrounds Road, BROUGH, HU15 1ED 01482 661393 Regular Beers: Red Tail (ABV4.5%), Wolf Bite APA (ABV 4.8%) BLO - John Rushforth


7 Pickering Grange Brough HU15 1GY East Yorkshire 01482 667329 and 07792 417564 Big Head Bitter (ABV 4.2%) BLO - Vacant

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The Crafty Little Brewery has opened its doors...

Find out what’s brewing... 01482 661393 thecraftylittlebrewery.co.uk

Beech Tree Southella Way, Kirkella, HU10 7LS, Tel: 01482 654350

PETE Management & JULIE Under New along with team to invite from our Peter,the Julie & allare thepleased team would like to you wishto allchoose our guests, *5 REGULAR or 5 GUEST ALES new & old, a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year at any time throughout the day or while QUIZ NIGHT EVERY MONDAY & WEDNESDAY *QUIZZING ON MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS 5 REGULAR CASK ALES & 5 GUEST ALES TO CHOOSE FROM or while enjoying your 20P DISCOUNT ON ALL REAL ALES ON PRODUCTION OF *FOOD SERVED TILL 10PM every day CAMRA CARD 20P A PINT FOOD DISCOUNT TO CARD CAMRA MEMBERS SERVED TILL CARRYING 10PM EVERYDAY



2 The Courtyard, Tokenspire, Woodmansey, Beverley HU17 0TB sales@Eastyorkshirebeer.co.uk Tel: 01482 873382/07456 063670 Core range: Top House Mild 3.8% ABV King Billy Bitter 4.2% ABV Earl de Grey IPA 4.5% ABV Full Measure English Porter 4.5% ABV Star of the West Pilsner 4.6% ABV Brewery Liaison Officer: De Hempstock


Unit 6 Arthur Street Hull HU3 6BH Tel: 07760 669157 Regular beers: D.N.Ale (ABV 4.5%) Coming Soon: Pale Ale (ABV 4.6%), Primordial Ooze (ABV 4.3%), Genetic Code (ABV 5.8%), 38 Brewery Liaison Officer: Pete Travis Gene Pool’s Christmas ale is called Jingle Cells, a 5% dark ale. Gene Pool are launching a bottling plant in the New Year. Gene Pool’s cask ales are being supplied to Minerva, Vintage, Old House, Chilli Devil’s and the Corn Exchange as well as distributor warehouse such as HB Clarkes, Small Beer and Bristol Beer Factory. Gene Pool are please to report they are Brewing at full capacity and have a full order book.


Great Newsome Farm South Frodingham Winestead HULL, HU12 0NR 01964 612201 www.greatnewsomebrewery.co.uk Regular Beers: Sleck Dusk (ABV 3.8%), Pricky Back Otchan (ABV 4.2%), Frothingham Best (ABV 4.3%), Jem’s Stout (ABV 4.3%) BLO - Vacant Finkle is Great Newsome’s latest bottled beer Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

which to the keen eyed of you may have spotted on sale in their existing range of cask beers. Finkle is a 5.5% ABV IPA and has been available as a seasonal cask for a couple of years. Taking its name from the popular Yorkshire street name and meaning a dog leg in the road, Finkle is an American style IPA. The beer has a tropical fruit aroma and a mouthful of lychee and peach, well bittered yet perfectly balanced to produce an excellent beer with exceptional depth and character.


Forge House, Ellerton YORK YO42 4PB 01757 288977 07741 400508 or 07736 112399 Regular Beers: F’Hops Sake (ABV 3.9%), Dark Masquerade (ABV 3.6%), Old Forge Bitter (ABC 3.8%) KISMET (ABV 3.8%)


Mill Street, SNAITH, DN14 9HU 01405 861813 www.oldmillbrewery.co.uk Regular Beers: Mild (ABV 3.4%), Bitter (ABV 3.9%), Old Curiosity (ABV 4.5%), Bullion (ABV 4.7%), Blonde Bombshell (ABV 4.0%), Seasonal Beers: December: Santa’s Midnight Moonshine ABV 4.5% - A ruby coloured brew, the malt and fruit in the aroma are reflected in the taste. Both provide an excellent balance. January: Black Jack ABV 5.0% - Well balanced and full of malt, with just a hint of caramel, which leads to a long lasting roasted taste. A full bodied drinkable old ale. February: Springs Eternal ABV 4.0% - A golden ale with a fruity hop that dominates the finish. March: March Mist ABV 4.0% - A balanced malty bitter with a refreshing hop finish. continued on next page

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Waverider (ABV 5.2%), Shangri-La (ABV 6.0%) BLO - Mark Bainton

Unit 2 Beckside Court, Annie Reed Road, Beverley, HU17 07432 588159 www.twistedangelbrewing.com BLO - Vacant Curent Ales: Berserker 7.5% IPA, Impaler 5.1% bitter, Daywalker 5.8% Stout and Shapeshifter 4% Pale Ale


Hunmanby Grange, Wold Newton DRIFFIELD, YO25 3HS 01723 892222 ww.woldtopbrewer.co.uk Regular Beers: Bitter (ABV 3.7%), Wold Gold (ABV 4.8%), Headland Red (ABV 4.3%), Anglers Reward (ABV 4.0%) Wold’s Top cask beer for December is 5 Wold Rings. It’s a bright, crisp, amber beer with a lingering finish. This rich, dark, winter ale, Shepherd’s Watch, is also widely available in bottles through independent retailers Respected beer writer Roger Protz has handpicked one of Wold’s Top beers to feature in one of his top ten lists in the Good Beer Guide 2018. Scarborough Fair IPA took the title for best IPA in the expert’s list of the best examples of British beer styles.

A successful summer with numerous beers sent out to many beer and music/food festivals throughout the region.A new beer had been created with the assistance from Great Newsome for the City of Culture in Hull called Liberty. A light 4% Pale ale with a lingering citrus note from the use of Amarillo & Cascade hops. Another first was the creation of Minster Ale. An easy drinkable pale ale at 4.2% which both were showcased at the Branches Real Ale & Cider festival in November with the proceeds of the Minster ale been donated to the Minster. Along with these the other ales available at the festival were Moondance 4.5% (wheat beer); Mutiny 4.2% (porter) ; Raspberry Tipple 4.8% (fruit/wheat beer) & Waverider 5.2% (American IPA).


Matrich House Goulton Street Kingston upon Hull HU3 4DD 01482 755199 brewery@yorkshirebrewhouse.com BLO - Jon Major Current Ales: Ey Up (ABV 3.8%) Best Bitter Faithful (ABV 4.7%) Stout Reet (ABV 3.8%) Amber



Regular Beers: Supernatural Blonde (ABV 4.5%), Oregon Gold (ABV 4.5%), Mutiny (ABV 4.2%), Yorkshire Passion (ABV 4.5%), Blackjack (ABV 4.5%), Mosaic (ABV 4.2%), Moondance (ABV 4.5%), Raspberry Tipple (ABV 4.8%), Strawberry Blonde (ABV 4.8%),

If you have any imformation about our local breweries please contact the breweries BLO or you can e-mail the editor at pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk

Brewery Wharf 70 Humber Street, HULL, HU1 1TU 01482 618000 www.yorkshirebrewing.co.uk

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Eastgate House East Street Kilham East Yorkshire 07866 551018 www.colemanscidercompany.com



SURVEY TRIP TO HORNSEA Our fifth trip of the year took us to the Hornsea area and in particular to the Hornsea Beer Festival including the pubs of the town.

Our first stop was at the Blue Bell, Old Ellerby A 16th century inn consisting of one large room divided into distinct areas including a small snug with its own fireplace. This pub is popular with the local community and also has its own outdoor bowling green and fishing pond. Serving regular beers from Great Newsome and Tetley; also available was Cotliegh 25 a pale golden beer first brewed as an 40 anniversery beer for the brewery.

The pub itself is a large two roomed pub over looking the beach with sea views. Along with the Greene King the bar usually has 2 changing beers.

We then headed into the town centre and the 2nd Hornsea Beer Festival based in and around Stackhouse and the local museum garden area. The festival featured 30+ real ales, craft beers and ciders from breweries such as Brass Castle, Great Newsome, Yorkshire Brewing Company, Electric Bear, Tiny Rebel, Vocation, Atom, Brew York, Red Willow, Bad Seed, Magic Rock and Thornbridge.

Our next pub was the Cross Keys (below) at Cowden where there were amongst other beers Rat Brewery Pet Rat and Great Newsome Pricky Back Otchan. This newly refurbished rural pub with through lounge and two separate bars is owned by the same family as the adjacent holiday park complex. Our final drink of the day was at the New Inn in Hornsea, a friendly pub with large open bar/ lounge. On offer were two real ales namely Slightly Foxed and Saltaire No5.

After an enjoyable stay at Cowden the coach took us on to Hornsea and the Marine Hotel which was serving Greene King Barmy Army, a limited-edition easy drinking 3.7%ABV, golden beer. Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

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HalfMoon Brewery


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CAMRA CLUB OF THE YEAR - THE FINAL FOUR The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has named the best four clubs in the country as part of its Club of the Year 2018 competition, one of the most respected and well-known club awards in the UK. Among the finalists are two Royal Air Force Association (RAFA) clubs - the Albatross Club in Bexhill-on-Sea and the Real Ale Farm in Bargoed, Wales. The Albatross was a finalist last year and took home the national title in 2016. It boasts an interesting collection of RAF memorabilia and regularly holds beer festivals and social events. The Real Ale Farm is housed in the oldest surviving building in Bargoed, dating back to the 17th century. It offers the best range of quality beers for miles around, selected for flavour and interest and sourced from breweries both near and far. It hosts numerous charity events throughout the year.

40 Also in the running is the Appleton Thorn

Village Hall in Warrington, a former school that has previously taken home the National CAMRA Club of the Year title for its agriculturalthemed interior and local beer range. The club has recently introduced a new gin bar, which is also proving to be very popular with members.

Keith Spencer, Club of the Year Co-ordinator said: "All four clubs demonstrate a first-class commitment to real ale and a dedication to the respective communities they each serve, making them all absolutely vital to their local areas." Sean Ferris, Publisher and Managing Director of Club Mirror said: " Now, more than ever, clubs are proving to be at the heart of the community and we're proud to have been working with them to secure this position for the past 49 years. Next year? Our determination – and theirs – will be even stronger. We'll be campaigning and lobbying to ensure that they remain where they should be, at the heart of the community, despite so many closures in other sections of the local area." The four finalists were presented with a commemorative plate at the Club Mirror Awards. They will now have to wait until spring next year to discover which will be named CAMRA's Club of the Year

Finally, the Flixton Conservative Club in Manchester is in the running after a recent transformation has seen an even wider range of real ales and ciders brought in. The club runs monthly brewery nights and a number of sports team and quiz events. The CAMRA Club of the Year competition is run in conjunction with Club Mirror magazine with the simple aim of finding the clubs with the greatest commitment to quality real ale – those which offer a fantastic atmosphere, welcoming surroundings and most importantly, top quality real ale served in great condition. Clubs are nominated by CAMRA branches across the country and judged by a panel of volunteer CAMRA members throughout the year. Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

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SURVEY TRIP TO HEDON On Sunday 8th October we started our last GBG survey trip to the Hedon area of our region, The intrepid group set off from Hull Truck at noon and in total managed to visit 7 pubs along the way;

Burstwick, a late addition to the trip.

Here are a few photos from the trip, starting with the group relaxing during the trip at the Nags Head, Preston where the group enjoyed Tim Taylor Landlord and Old Golden Hen.

The group visited both the Humber Tavern and the Royal Oak in Paull, and this is the view from Paull across the Humber to the bridge.

The second picture is the bar at the New Royal Mail at Thorngumbald.


The trip also took in the village of Hedon where we enjoyed some great beers at Shakespeare, Hed’On Inn and Station.

The third picture is the Stags Head Inn at Lelley were amongst others they had Great Newsome Harvest Ale on offer.

Our fourth picture is of the Hare and Hounds at

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A good time had by all, thanks to Acklams for the coach and the members for your participation, we will start it all again in May.


BIG JOB CROWNED CHAMPION BOTTLE BEER Big Job from St Austell Brewery has been crowned the Champion Bottled Beer of Britain in CAMRA's prestigious annual award which recognises the best bottle-conditioned real ale in the country.

British Beer Experience.

Big Job is a big beer. At 7.2% ABV it is powerfully hoppy with both citra and centennial hops, and is jammed full of Cornish barley. With a smooth, citrus fruit taste and a hoppy, lemon smell, it is anything but subtle. Runners up include Fullers' Vintage Ale which took home silver, and Oakham's Green Devil IPA which won Bronze. Roger Ryman, (below) Head Brewer at St Austell said: "In a market where there are so many fantastic beers available including two of my own personal favourites - Fullers' Vintage Ale and Oakham's Green Devil IPA - it is a huge honour to take home the crown. This 44 award is a huge testament to the hard work of our brewing and bottling teams which are very dedicated to producing fantastic beers."

CAMRA's National Director responsible for the competition Nick Boley says: "Congratulations to St Austell for winning the Champion Bottled Beer of Britain award, one of the highest accolades in the beer world." Christine Cryne, master beer trainer and judge adds: "The standard of competition was fantastically high. Big Job is a moreish, golden beer with honey caramelised citrus notes, refreshingly smooth with a warming finish with increasing spicy dry bitter notes and a soft fruity nose. "We were particularly impressed with how well balanced it was - we were looking for a beer which showed the brewers art of complexity, and that just gave it the edge."

The judging and announcement took place at the BBC Good Food Show at the Birmingham NEC, following a series of local member voting rounds and regional judging competitions throughout the year. Visitors to the BBC Good Food Show will now have the opportunity to sample the winning beer along with other finalists at a number of tutored beer tasting events run by famous beer writers as part of the Great Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

Champion Bottled Beer of Britain 2017 winners Gold - St Austell's Big Job Silver - Fuller's Vintage Ale Bronze - Oakham's Green Devil IPA Branch Website - www.hull.camra.org.uk




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pubs with............................ Interior or internal features of outstanding historic interest: These pubs are on CAMRA’s National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors: Beverley - White Horse Inn Bridlington - Station Buffet Kingston Upon Hull - Olde Black Boy Olde White Harte : Polar Bear : White Hart (currently closed) Oversized, lined glasses: (Guaranteeing a full or ½ liquid pint) Bridlington - Station Buffet Beverley - Chequers Driffield - The Butchers Dog Hollym - Plough Inn Kingston Upon Hull - Hop & Vine Real draught cider (not keg), East Yorkshire: Beverley - Cornerhouse : Green Dragon : Tiger Dog & Duck : Chequers ; Monks Walk Bridlington - Prior John Brough - Centurion Arms (NEW) Cottingham - Cross Keys : Railway King William IV Driffield - Tiger Inn : Old Falcon : Butchers Dog Dunswell - The Ship Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Hedon - Haven Arms : Hed’on Inn 46 Hessle - Hawke formerly Admiral Hawke Hornsea - Stackhouse Bar North Newbald - Tiger Inn : The Gnu Skidby - Half Moon Skirlaugh - Sun Inn : Duke of York South Dalton - Pipe & Glass Sproatley - The Blue Bell Tickton - New Inn Withernsea - Golden Sands Holiday Park : Oid Boatshed Walkington - The Barrel Real draught cider (not keg), Kingston Upon Hull Clubs and Pubs: Adelphi Club : Admiral of the Humber : Albion The Gardener’s : Sailmakers Arms Head of Steam : Hop & Vine : Olde Black Boy Pave : Station : The George Hotel Three John Scotts : Whalebone : Xanders Real Mild regularly available: Blacktoft - Hope & Anchor Beverley - Monks Walk Bridlington - Board Inn Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Hornsea - Rose & Crown, Stackhouse Bar Hull - Whalebone If you know of any pubs/clubs to add to this list please email to: pubmirror@hull.camra.org.uk Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

A quiet room (no piped music or juke box, TV, electronic games): Beverley - White Horse Inn : Woolpack : Chequers - Monks Walk Bridlington - Old Ship Inn Cottingham - King William IV Driffield - Bell Hotel : Butchers Dog Great Kelk - Chestnut Horse Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Kingston Upon Hull - Minerva: Olde Black Boy : St John’s Hotel Licensee who has gained Cask Marque Accreditation, East Yorkshire: Atwick - Black Horse Beverley - Green Dragon : Tiger; Grapes Durham Ox : Cross Keys Bridlington - Stirling Castle : Friendly Forrester : Old Ship : Prior John Brough - Ferry : Buccaneer Cherry Burton - Bay Horse Cottingham - Blue Bell : Railway : Fair Maid Driffield - Bell Hotel : Benjamin Fawcett Flamborough - Ship Inn (NEW) Hedon - Shakespeare : Station Hessle - Marquis of Granby : Norland : Darleys Kirk Ella - Beech Tree : Wheatsheaf Hornsea - Marine Hotel : Victoria Market Weighton - Bay Horse (NEW) North Cave - The White Hart Inn North Ferriby - Duke of Cumberland Patrington - Station Hotel Preston - Nags Head Ryehill - Crooked Billet Sewerby - Ship Inn South Dalton - Pipe and Glass Willerby - Toby Carvery : Hop Pole Licensee who has gained Cask Marque Accreditation, Hull Clubs and Pubs: Admiral of the Humber : Avenue Four in Hand : Gardeners Arms : Haworth Arms Harvester : Manchester Arms : Manor Farm Mill : National : Odd Bottle : Old Grey Mare Pave : St Johns Hotel : Sailmakers Sutton Fields : Three John Scotts :Yates (NEW) West Bulls : Whistling Goose ACV Pubs: Aldbrough - The George & Dragon Bempton - The White Horse Driffield - The Mariners Arms Hull - The Rising Sun : St. John’s Hotel Highway : Lord Nelson North Cave - The White Harte North Newbald - The Tiger South Cave - The Bear

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Centurion Arms

@CenturionMicro Centurion Arms

Micropub Skillings Lane, Brough

Constantly changing cask ales, 1/3 pint flights available, CAMRA LocAle. Mild regularly available. Belgian and Trappist Beers. Craft lager, Real Cider Dog Friendly Pork Pies from Fields of Anlaby Open 7 days: Monday—Thursday 1700—2230 Friday—Saturday 1200—2300 Sunday 1200—2230 47

Hed’On Inn M I C R O P U B 7 Watmaughs Arcade, St Augustine Gate Hedon

TELEPHONE : 01964 601100

Currently serving 7 changing cask ales 6 traditional ciders and craft lager - daily A wee pub with a BIG welcome Open daily from 1pm to 11ish Find us on Facebook @The Hed’on inn and on TripAdvisor CAMRA LocAle accredited 10% off real ale to card carrying CAMRA Members

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BRANCH EVENTS DIARY Branch Open Meetings - all open meetings start at 8pm and conclude at approximately 9.30pm (unless otherwise stated) to give you a chance to socialise, refreshments are usually provided at the end of the meeting. Wednesday - 3rd January - No meeting Wednesday - 7th February - Ye Olde White Harte, Silver Street, Hull Wednesday - 7th March - (AGM) George Hotel, Land of Green Ginger, Hull Survey Trips - run from May through to October and will take place on the second Sunday of the month, further details on our Branch Website Social Trips/Events - members only, run throughout the year. Sunday 21st January - WASSAIL trip to Skidbrooke Cyder, Lincolnshire followed by a pub crawl of Louth - leaving Hull Truck at 10.30 Sunday 25th February - MYSTERY trip to ???? - leaving Hull Truck at 10.30 Please contact our Social Secretary at socialsecretary@hull.camra.org.uk for further details


12th to 14th APRIL 2018 - 40th Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival Hull Minster (Holy Trinity Church), HU1 1RR Look out for further details on our web sites at: www.hull.camra.org.uk, www.hullfestival.camra.org.uk & Facebook and Twitter pages



Bridlington’s Friendly Real Ale & Cider Pub North Marine Drive, Bridlington, YO15 2LS Telephone : 01262 675347 Yorkshires Favourite Pub Finalist - 2014 Hull CAMRA Town Pub Of The Year Runner Up 2012/2015 CAMRA Good Beer Guide 9 Years Running Free Press Town Pub of the Year Winner 2015

Always Available Timothy Taylor Landlord - Wold Top Bitter - John Smith’s Cask 2 Regular Changing Guest Ales and 1 Regular Changing Real Cider 10% Discount for CAMRA members on Cask Ales Home cooked Food | Live Entertainment | Quiz Events Sky & BT Sports Recipient of a CAMRA Committed to Cask Award 2009

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