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ISSUE 92 - summer

june 2015 - august 2015


4000 PEOPLE CANT BE WRONG! Once again the Hull & East Yorkshire Branch of CAMRA’s annual Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival broke all records for attendance and beer sales. The festival which was the 37th annual festival held by the Branch and the 4th held at Holy Trinity church in Hull’s Old Town, we saw over 4000 people attend and sale of over 9000 pints of beer. It was so popular that queues formed on both Thursday and Friday evenings as customers waited to try the 130 beers; over 25 ciders and perries and 30 plus bottled beers that were on offer. We would like to thank all those involved especially the volunteers who made the whole event possible, and the church for once again putting up with the disruption that the event obviously causes. A further report is inside including pictures and comments.

in This issue p7 Hull pubs - p9 holderness pubs - p11 east Yorkshire pubs p13 pubs ‘ preservation - p16 camra locale pubs - p23 designer beer p26 real ale in a can.....from Halifax - p27 marvelous maggie p30 festival report - p31 saltaire staff trip - p33 from brewery to bar p34 40 years of the Branch - p38 brewery news - p 41 lord nelson award

The GOODMANHAM ARMS Alehouse Goodmanham, near Market Weighton. Tel: 01430 873849

Try our selection of 8 CASK ALES and 4 CIDERS BEER PRICES from £2.00p 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 Lunch) 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 night3rd Thursday of the month


Good Beer Guide 2013/14/15 CAMRA Village Pub of the Year 2011/12 CAMRA Village Pub of the Year, Runner Up 2014

ALL HALLOWS BREWERY Micro-Brewery producing original Classic English Ale PEG FYFE Dark Mild, RAGGED ROBIN Dark Ruby MISCHIEF MAKER Traditional Copper, NO NOTION Porter, WAYWARD ANGEL Blonde Citrus Ale, GOODERS GOLD plus the odd SEASONAL BEER Our Brewster is the landlady, Abbie Logozzi with much help from Peter Utley Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA Branch Website -

HULL & EAST YORKSHIRE BRANCH INFORMATION BRANCH committee CHAIRPERSON: Stewart Campbell 07500 543199/01482 449100 TREASURER: Pete Mason 07984 366207 also HOLDERNESS PUBS OFFICER SECRETARY: Steve Purdie 07976 872298 also Branch Contact MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Tony Garrett 07971 353226 PRESS & PUBLICITY OFFICER: Angela Cawte 07904 252910 MAGAZINE EDITOR: Bernie Cawte 07956 424239 EAST YORKSHIRE PUBS OFFICER: Mark Bainton 07749 505365 HULL PUBS OFFICER: Mark Spight 07932 652530 SOCIAL SECRETARY: Steve Allison PUBS PROTECTION OFFICER: Ken Smith


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SUPPORT POSITIONS PUB LIAISON OFFICERS Beverley: John Ashton Bridlington: vacant Cottingham: Cliff Ottaway/Derek Brooks Martin Bell Hedon: Pete Mason Hornsea: Brian Johnson Market Weighton: Chris Atkinson Withernsea: Tony Usher PUBS DATABASE: Mark Bainton

BRANCH POSTAL ADDRESS Hull & East Yorkshire Branch of CAMRA C/o 19 Ryde Avenue Hull HU5 1QA

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pub mirror information 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 or the magazine publishers. The next edition of Pub Mirror is due for publication in the second week of September. Any contribution for that edition needs to be with the editor by August 18th, you can email your article to the editor at: Advertising rates are unchanged for the fourth 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:



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from the editor - Bernie Cawte As reported elsewhere in this magazine the 37th Hull Real Ale & Cider festival was again an overwhelming success, so thanks to all who ventured along and to all those who helped make it such a great event. Our next festival is on 2nd/3rd October and will again be at Holy Trinity Church as part of a food and drink festival. We will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of the branch with a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Forty Beers for Forty Yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; bar, so I look forward to seeing you there. My personal commiserations to Hull City for the drop down into the Championship, but we will continue to offer you the best real ale pubs in our very popular Amber Trail next season. Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going on in CAMRA? Locally we are continuing to campaign for real ale and pubs that serve real ales. But we are also concerned about other pubs that donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t and are also under danger of closure.

Ken Smith is doing a grand job of keeping us informed of what is happening within our branch area. We hope that his column in this magazine brings home the task ahead for the branch. Please feel free to contact if you have any concerns about your local and changes that As you will notice our Social and Survey trips have

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: Ye Olde Black Boy, Hull Ye Olde White Harte, Hull Lord Nelson, Hull Whalebone, Hull St Johns, Hull Kingston Hotel, Hull Hop & Vine, Hull

the Doncaster Beer Festival Survey trip to the A63 corridor. pubs. Why not come along? These trips are open to all CAMRA members and at a small fee of ÂŁ12 per trip is good value for money and gives you the opportunity to see whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on offer within the Branch area. There are many good pubs with a great range of beers and ciders out there, the trips run either on a Saturday or Sunday on the second weekend of the month. See

the back page of this magazine for further details. Finally it was great to go on a social trip with my fellow workers from this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beer festival. It was good that so many of those very important people could make it. Most went in the coach especially booked from Acklams for the trip to Saltaire Brewery, and the Shipley area others joined us there after making their own way due to other commitments, see the separate article for details of some of the pubs.



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hull pubs report by mark spight I would like to start by offering congratulations on behalf of the branch to Allan & Kay Greaves at Lord Nelson on being awarded a welldeserved CAMRA Committed to Cask award. Since taking over the pub Allan & Kay have made the pub a real community asset and remain keen to promote real ale with constant rotation of guest ales. Report and pictures from the presentation elsewhere in this issue.

Prince George and Lord Charles both closed since my last update as did Piper Club. We have no news of Prince George or Lord Charles at the time of this article however Piper is currently undergoing renovations and will open again soon under new management. Popular Newland Avenue bar Xanders has been sold and a positive sign is that the new management are still currently offering real ale. I have news of new openings with craft beer bar 80 Days Bier Haus opening on Princes Avenue which focuses predominantly on providing a range of worldwide bottled beers.

under new management, although I have no further information at the time of this report going to print. More positive news to report as Enterprise Innâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ye Olde Corn Exchange has again reopened and continues to promote real ale. The Grafton has reintroduced real ale with a single hand pump and City Hotel introduced a new ale named City of Culture Cask to the bar to celebrate Hull being awarded City of Culture 2017. A few changes have recently taken place with the White Horse on Carr Lane having a change of name and is now known as Bottoms Up.

7 Congratulations also to Alan Murphy & the team at popular Old Town venue Lion & Key on being named the REYTA/ Hull Daily Mail Pub of the Year for 2015. Although this is not a CAMRA award it is always good to see any of our pubs receiving recognition for their hard work and dedication.

After a brief closure Courts Bar also re-opened under new manager Matthew Townsend who recently returned to the UK having spent 3 years running bars in Ibiza. I have also received news that The Bank on Holderness Road was to re-open in June

Unfortunately I have to report a number of closures as

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Licensee changes took place at the Flowerpot with Darren Lacken taking on the lease and Ian Cheeseman has once again taken on the management of New Clarence in the city centre. Finally it with sadness I report that Hayley & Mark Williams have left the Bay Horse after a successful year managing the pub to return to their native



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hOLDERNESS pubs report by PETE MASON Lucy and Dave Myers have extended the Stackhouse Bar in Newbiggin, Hornsea. They have taken over the next door premises to extend the existing bar..They are accredited to the LocAle Scheme. Further along Newbiggin, Lucien Eid has opened Lucien's. At the moment there is one hand pump, selling a beer from the Wold Top range. This has proved popular and he expects to put in more hand pumps. Carrie Francis and Kev Whiteman have taken over the lease of the bar at the Sandy Beaches Holiday Village, Kilnsea. Previously members only, it is now open to everyone. There are two hand pumps offering Wold Top Bitter and a changing beer from the Wold Top range. In a previous career, Carrie was a maths teacher and Kev a care worker. They now live on site with their 11 year old daughter and an energetic dog who loves running around on the beach. There are separate snooker and pool tables, with live music and other entertainment.

freelance relief manager, helping to turn around failing pubs. The Travellers Rest is remaining in the LocAle scheme. Phil Walker took over the Sun Inn, Skirlaugh, on December 1st. He has run the Eager Beaver, Beverley, the Pipe and Glass, South Dalton, the Gardeners Country Inn, Coniston and the Queens Head, Kirkburn, among others. Visitors may get to meet his pet fox, Todd, wandering around the bar. He also has a Jack Russel, an Eagle Owl and several other large birds. He plans to put on live music in the car park, on Saturday and Sunday evenings, later in the year. We have a report that the Coach and Horses, Welwick, has now reopened and is serving cask ale. Unfortunately, as we go to press, I we will have good news for the next issue. 50 Holderness Rd, Hull, HU9 1ED (just off Witham) Telephone : 07941 236929

western re-enactment weekends and family sports days. They are accredited to the LocAle Scheme. The Hare and Hounds, Burstwick, is now managed by Mick Ralph and his partner Claire. At the beginning of March, father and son team Stephen and Mathew Watson, took over the lease of the Tiger Inn, Beeford. Stephen has been in the pub trade for thirty years, having previously run the Prince Regent and the Bass House; amongst others; in Hull, before spending eight years at the Trinity Club and then the Casino. Mathew has been in the trade for ten years. He has spent the last two years working near Colchester before moving back to take over the Tiger. They both have a passion for cask ale. The new owners of the Travellers Rest, Long Riston, are Rachel Leigh, who runs the wet side, and her partner, who is running the kitchen. Rachel has spent several years as a

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EAST YORKSHIRE PUBS report by mark BAINTON The Royal Standard at Beverley has reopened after refurbishment on the 1st May, 3 guest ales were available Black Sheep Holy Grail, Wainwright’s Blonde and Timothy Taylor’s Le Champion the last beer brewed to coincide with the Tour De Yorkshire going through Beverley. The 2 regular beers are to be Tetley’s and Sharp’s Doombar along with Thatchers Heritage ,Cheddar Valley and Fynburn’s Rhubarb and Strawberry ciders. There will be Live music on the last Saturday of each month. It is a dog friendly place Mon-Fri after 2pm & weekends after noon. Hats off to Chequers in Beverley who are amongst one the 16 best pubs in Yorkshire as reviewed by the Yorkshire Evening Post newspaper. It’s rubbing shoulders with the have either won a regional or national CAMRA award.

Newsome,Cottage and Atom along with a cider from Weston’s. Crown and Anchor in Tickton & the Black Prince in Cottingham have both been sold recently, we will keep you informed of the changes as soon as possible. Bempton, The White Horse I have received a report from a branch member stating the owner is looking to close up the place at the end of been informed and is making enquiries. Goodmanham Arms, Goodmanham, following noise complaints after last year’s Bank Holiday beer festivals, Vito has decided not to hold them this year and is looking at various options for the August holiday. The tasty Peg Fyfe Dark Mild is now only £2/ pint. The pub is open all day, every day from 11.30am


Game Bird February and head brewer from Bateman’s ,Martin Cullimore held a meet the brewer evening the next night. Dog and Duck & Durham Ox held a joint beer festival from Apr 30th - May 3rd. Following the recent closure of the restaurant operation, Monks Walk Beverley, has reopened as a traditional pub, serving two real ales : Sharp’s Atlantic and Doom Bar. The bar counter has been reduced in size, but no other changes. The kitsch medieval wall panels Open all day from 12 noon (5pm Mon/11am Railway Inn, Cottingham held a real ale and cider festival from the 30th April until 4th May. Bridlington’s Marine Bar held a mini festival which ran along the Tour De Yorkshire bike race event. Beers from around Yorkshire

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Whalebone Wincolmlee Hull HU2 0PA Telephone : 07506868461 Open every day from 12 till late Always available Timothy Taylor Landlord, Copper Dragon Best Bitter Five ever changing guest ales Two cider/perries $OZD\VZHOFRPLQJDWPRVSKHUHZLWKORJÀUHVDQGZHDUHGRJIULHQGO\ Hull & East Yorkshire Branch of CAMRA, Hull Pub of the Year 2014 Follow us on Twitter page the whalebone @reading664 12

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pubs preservation society by ken smith In order to more accurately has been altered to Pubs that is the only thing that has changed and I can still be contacted at the following e-mail address pubpreservation@hullcamra. I am delighted to say that following my article in the last edition, concerning the rapid loss of pubs in the area and the actions the branch is taking to combat this, a resident of Preston did contact me. Even though Mr McKenzie, whose e-mail appears elsewhere in this publication, took us to task over our intention to object to the loss of the Blacksmiths Arms it was good to know that people are reading and taking note of the issues about which CAMRA is campaigning. In his response Mr McKenzie makes some good and valid points regarding both the condition of the pub and its viability in a small village that is also served by two other such establishments. However, as I pointed out to him, CAMRAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stance on pub Key Campaign 2. This states that we will campaign for all pubs, even ones that do not sell real ale, because once you lose one it very rarely comes back and a pub that still exists can, with the right landlord, be made to be a vital part of the community. In addition Key Campaign 4 states that we should be and increasing the number of people who use pubs

regularly, so if we achieve this there might well be a demand for 3 pubs in Preston. I would also like to comment on his contention that while he was the landlord at the Blacksmiths Arms CAMRA did not visit the pub. The branch covers a vast area and includes a great number of visit en-masse during survey trips for the Good Beer Guide and then only for a maximum of 45 minutes at a time. Because we are reliant on a small number of volunteers to identify and visit pubs that are likely to be eligible for inclusion in the guide it is often few in this process. In addition it is quite likely that members did visit the pub but unless to do so (such as a CAMRA unlikely to identify themselves as such. Finally on this issue, the application for The Blacksmiths has now been submitted and involves the conversion and alteration of the public house to 3 dwellings including partial demolition. The matter was debated at our May open meeting and as indicated in my last article I shall be objecting to the application based on the loss of yet another public house in the area. I did mention in my last article that the Lincoln Arms on Lincoln Way in Beverley was to become a supermarket, what I did not know at the time was that The Victoria on the

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other side of Victoria Road was also under threat. The pub has now closed having been sold by Marstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and an application submitted for it to be demolished and replaced with a 75 bed residential care home. I have objected to the proposal on behalf of the branch and am delighted to say that many local residents and the ward councillors have done the same. Another pub which appears to be under threat of closure is the White Horse at Bempton, a fact brought to my attention by a Hull based member. According to him, the owner, despite only recently having spent a considerable amount of money on refurbishing it, intends to simply close the pub and board it up. At the recent branch open meeting it was agreed that the branch 13 should investigate this with a view to possibly taking action. In this respect I have been in touch with the Parish Council to gauge their reaction and am awaiting a response. At that same meeting it was also agreed that two pubs in Hull be nominated for inclusion on the list of Assets a process which I am currently working on. I am aware that this is the second time I have mentioned ACVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in my articles but without any details of what they are and what they mean. I will, therefore, be including an article in the next edition of Pub Mirror giving a, hopefully, easy to understand explanation of them.


letter to the editor 7KLVZDVQRWGLUHFWO\VHQWWRP\VHOIDVHGLWRUEXWWR.HQ6PLWKRXU3XEV3URWHFWLRQ2IÂżFHU but as a it was in response to Kenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s article in the last Pub Mirror it was agreed to publish for debate: Dear Mr Smith I write with reference to your recent article in the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pub Mirrorâ&#x20AC;? with regard to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pubs Preservation Societyâ&#x20AC;? article. In particular with regard to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blacksmiths Armsâ&#x20AC;? East Yorkshire. Whilst I can fully understand the somewhat sadness at the loss of pubs across our area I feel obliged to point out the following in relation to the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blackieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sâ&#x20AC;? as it was known in the village. I think I can speak with some authority as I was the landlord of this establishment for a wee ZKLOH,WKLQNZHPXVWDVNWKHTXHVWLRQDERXWZK\LWGLGFORVHLWVGRRUVÂżUVW"ZHOOLWLVVLPSOH ZKHQ,UDQWKHSXELWKDGGDUWWHDPV$FULFNHW7HDP'RPLQRHV7HDP$OORWPHQW6RFLHW\DQG entertainment once a month. The slow demise of these activities soon took place and since I left and up to its closure it has had at least 3 managers looking after it. Whilst I am not saying I was the main cause of its earlier success it was a good clean pub with great clientele. There are approximately 3300 inhabitants within our village boundaries and when you think only a YHU\YHU\VPDOOVHOHFWLRQRIWKHVHXVHWKHSXEV 3RVVLEO\QRPRUHWKDQDWGLIIHULQJWLPHV LVLW any wonder pubs are closing.


rent increases and the deterioration of the interior of the pub were probably instrumental in closing WKLVSODFHGRZQKRZHYHUP\PDLQSRLQWLVWKDW3UHVWRQGRHVQRWQHHGSXEVZHFXUUHQWO\KDYH WZRYHU\VXFFHVVIXOSXEVRQHEHLQJWKH1DJVZLWKDYHU\ORQJVHUYLQJODQGORUGDQGODQGODG\DQG the COCK and BELL whose landlady has been in place for 10 years. I can only speak for the Cock and Bell as this is now my local but I appreciate the work and dedication that goes into the running of this pub. It should also be recognised the amount raised by this pub for charities. The SXELWVHOIVHUYHVDJRRGVHOHFWLRQRIDOHVLQFOXGLQJDÂżQH7HWOH\'UDXJKW,WVKRXOGDOVREHQRWHG that CAMRA did not visit me whilst I was landlord and as far as I am aware they only visit the Cock and Bell to deliver the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pub Mirrorâ&#x20AC;? magazine. I think it is fair comment to say CAMRA should maybe do more to protect those pubs which are open instead of campaigning once they close. With all that being said I would not support your call to object to the change of use proposals of WKHÂł%ODFNLHÂśV´,DPGHÂżQLWHO\QRWDORQHLQP\WUDLQRIWKRXJKWV Yours sincerely JR McKenzie - Station Road - Preston Thanks Bob for your permission to publish, it can only help to get more debate on these important issues - on the opposite page was Kenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s response to Mr McKenzie.

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letter to the editor 'HDU0U0F.HQ]LH Many thanks for your response to my article in Pub Mirror. It is gratifying to note that not only are people reading the magazine but are also prepared to enter the debate which the article was intended to promote. I have forwarded your e mail to the branch committee and the magazine HGLWRUKDVH[SUHVVHGDQLQWHUHVWLQLQFOXGLQJLWLQWKHQH[WLVVXHRI3XE0LUURUFRXOG\RXSOHDVHOHW me know if you are happy for this to done. ,QRWHWKDW\RXKDYHDOUHDG\KDGDUHVSRQVHIURPRXU3XEV2IÂżFHUIRUWKH+ROGHUQHVVDUHDDQG hope that you will feel able to take him up on his offer of meeting to discuss the issues further and indeed that you will be able to join us for the beer festival next month. With regard to the campaigns stance on pub closures I would like to point out that CAMRAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Key &DPSDLJQVWDWHVWKDWZHFDPSDLJQIRUDOOSXEVHYHQRQHVWDWGRQRWVHOOUHDODOHEHFDXVHRQFH \RXORVHRQHLWYHU\UDUHO\FRPHVEDFNDQGDSXEWKDWVWLOOH[LVWVFDQZLWKWKHULJKWODQGORUGEH made to be a vital part of the community as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blackiesâ&#x20AC;? was during your tenure. In addition Key &DPSDLJQVWDWHVWKDWZHVKRXOGEHUDLVLQJWKHSURÂżOHRISXEJRLQJDQGLQFUHDVLQJWKHQXPEHU of people who use pubs regularly so if we achieve this there might well be a demand for 3 pubs in Preston. As mentioned in my article the number of pubs under threat is growing and that can only EHEDGIRUWKRVHSHRSOHZKRHQMR\XVLQJWKHPWKHPRUHWKDWFORVHWKHPRUHWKHVXSHUPDUNHWV prosper from the sale of cheap alcohol for drinking at home and the more the pub cos will try to off ORDGIXUWKHUUHGXFLQJFKRLFHDQGHURGLQJD%ULWLVKWUDGLWLRQWKDWJRHVEDFNFHQWXULHV With regard to your comments about CAMRA not visiting pubs our chairman points out that there are about 1050 members locally and that these individuals rarely advertise their membership but 15 simply visit pubs for the pleasure of being there and enjoying a pint or two. The branch covers a vast area and includes a great number of pubs which we only visit en-masse during survey trips IRUWKH*RRG%HHU*XLGHDQGWKHQRQO\IRUDPD[LPXPRIPLQXWHVDWDWLPH%HFDXVHZHDUH reliant on a small number of volunteers to identify and visit pubs that are likely to be eligible for LQFOXVLRQLQWKHJXLGHLWLVRIWHQGLIÂżFXOWWRLQFOXGHPRUHWKDQDIHZLQWKLVSURFHVV<RXGRQRW indicate in your e mail whether you are already a member of the campaign but if you are not and as nominations for surveying and voting for inclusion in the GBG can only be done by members I would urge you to consider joining in order add your obvious concern and experience to the group VRWKDWZHFDQVXSSRUWWKRVHSXEVWKDWDUHVWLOORSHQDQGWU\WRVDYHWKRVHWKDWDUHXQGHUWKUHDW for future generations of drinkers. I fully appreciate your comments about not supporting the branchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s objection to the loss of The %ODFNVPLWKV$UPVDQGWKHUHDVRQVIRUWKHPEXWLIZHGRQRWÂżJKWWRVDYHSXEVWKHZKRZLOO" Ken Smith Thanks Ken, have you any issues that you want to talk to us about or comments on articles in this publication or concerns about your local pub that you think was should be LQYROYHGZLWK",IVRZK\QRWFRQWDFWRQHRIRXU%UDQFK2IÂżFHUVGHWDLOVDUHRQ3DJHRI this magazine or email me at Bernie Cawte - Editor

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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. 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. Participating pubs are granted accreditation at the discretion of the local branch, Hull & East 16 Yorkshire CAMRA, and subject to the licensee agreeing that they will endeavour to ensure at

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If your local pub carries any of our breweries’ Mason, whose email address is on page 3 of this publication. Here are the new pubs that have joined the LocAle scheme.

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the local branch, is on sale at all times and that promoted as a CAMRA LocAle. 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 • Bird Brain, Howden • Bridlington, Bridlington • Crystalbrew, Brough • Great Newsome, South Frodingham • Half Moon, Ellerton

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Current locale pubs Beverley: Chequers

Blacktoft: Hope & Anchor

Bridlington: Brunswick, Marine Bar Prior John,Telegraph

Brantingham: Triton Inn

Brough: Buccaneer

Burstwick: Hare & Hounds

Burton Pidsea:

Goodmanham: Goodmanham Arms

Hedon: Haven Arms, Shakespeare

Hornsea: Stackhouse Bar,

Keyingham: Blue Bell

Cross Keys

Driffield: Benjamin Fawcett Butchers Dog

N0rth Cave: White Hart

Old Ellerby: Blue Bell

Ottringham: Watts Arms

Patrington: Kingston upon Hull: Station Hotel Burlington, Hop & Vine, Paull: Minerva, Muttleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Pave Star of the West Walters, Whalebone


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New Ellerby: Railway Inn

New Inn

Little Weighton: Black Horse

Humber Tavern

Roos: Roos Arms

walkington: Ferguson Fawsitt

Wawne: Waggoners

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la tour de jug & Bottle With the promise of The Tour de Yorkshire coming through Bubwith Louise at The Jug & Bottle wanted to put her shop and Bubwith on the map with lots of activities going on in the lead up to the race and on race day itself; she states “A design your own bunting competition was held with the local school which decorated the outside of the shop. A beer was brewed by Brown Cow Brewery of Barlow, Selby and was aptly named Saddle Sore. Just 300 bottles were produced and each bottle is hand numbered. It was this beer that BBC’s The One Show picked up on and we made it onto National TV to 3.5 million viewers.

The weekend before the race my husband marked a very large Yorkshire Rose on our back lawn which made it onto BBC’s Look North. This was an impressive piece of land art for the helicopters to pick up on.

On race day itself we had an on licence selling Saddle Sore on draught and Louise played her trumpet in a 10 piece band outside to help get the hundred’s lining Bubwith’s main street for Bradley Wiggins and other fellow cyclists go through.

Four of us took just 2.5 hours and then a local plane company came and took some fab photo’s.

It was a truly amazing day with a great atmosphere to which a lot of hard work went in prior to event, but worth every minute!”



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Designer Beer for those who don’t really like beer? Coffee machine technology gives a new twist to the brewing industry: Beer is getting a taste of innovation from Cambridge Consultants. In keeping with the strong personalisation trend in the consumer industry, the company has come up with a barista-type experience for beer drinkers – with the barman adjusting the ‘hoppiness’ level of each pint on demand. It also opens up the

machines – so part of our investigation was to see whether it does anything for beer. As a result, we have speeded up the dry-hopping process – and, by adding extra hops at the point of dispense, their volatile aromas are as fresh and intense as possible. Additionally, the increasing or decreasing the quantity of hops and by changing the type of hops used.” The technology developed by Cambridge a bar – with the barman adjusting the quantity of hops according to each customer’s taste. The technology could also be used to introduce

“This gives brands a unique opportunity to differentiate themselves in what is a very competitive marketplace,” said Brunner. “It’s a way of building on the current trend of personalisation to create new experiences and add value for the consumer. Recent years have seen a big rise in the number of speciality beers available in Europe – and huge growth in the craft beer scene in the US. Cambridge Consultants has now taken things one step further, using its science-led approach to innovation. The brewing and dryhopping process that normally takes up to two weeks has been transformed to enable seconds. “Essentially, we’re making an ‘espresso’ of beer,” said Edward Brunner, head of food and beverage systems at Cambridge Consultants. and beverage systems, and transferred that knowledge between different industries – using some of the secrets of successful coffee machines to enable us to create personalised beer that is fresh and natural. “We knew, for example, that pressure is

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“This is the latest example of our ‘science-led innovation’ approach, which combines our well-proven innovation process with technical understanding of a problem to ensure the radical concepts generated have the highest chance of technical success.” While the Hoppier was not currently on the market, it was due to be demonstrated by the inventors in Kensington on December 2-3 at the 3rd Annual Canadian Alcohol Innovation Congress, yes that really was the name.



The first “Real Ales” in a can are from ....Halifax!!!!! Earlier this year I had arranged with Oates Brewery head brewer Anthony Barrett to go over to Halifax to assist with the brewing of a beer. I rang him the day before to had been a change of plan and that instead of brewing they were canning. My initial response was “Oh, that won’t interest me then”. Anthony then explained that a mobile canning unit was coming to can Oates APA and Caragold XB and that it was to be “real”. Not quite believing it – I was now very interested especially when he said that commercial run in the country. My standpoint was now “count me in”.


operate in breweries of all shapes and sizes, keeping it sterile, seaming and capping the cans, labelling issues had all now been overcome. Indeed Andy Hughes, codirector of WeCan Solutions commented “the easiest part of this project was to buy the machinery - the hard part solutions to make the service easy for the brewers“.

to bottled beer. Thus on a bright sunny day I and Martin Forder from WeCan Solutions setting up their unit in the main area at Oates brewery as an expectant Anthony watched on, waiting for the word to connect the line from his beer. After short period of setting up and correcting a few immediately, disappearing into the top of the machine, of nozzles and then being sealing by the special caps. Amazing!!

It might sound like a simple thing to do but there were many hurdles to jump over and hoops to climb through by provider “WeCan Solutions” to reach this stage. After eighteen months planning and testing and following successful trials at Brains and Everards breweries, I was indeed about to witness the for real ale in this country. Challenges such as scaling down and developing the canning unit to become

So what is the point of canning quality beer and real ale in particular? It enables microbrewers to enlarge their product distribution, whilst allowing discerning drinkers who are not able to go to the pub for a multitude of reasons to drink real ale. Environmentally, only the unit is travelling not the beer thus reducing beer miles following brewing. Recycling is also

The manner in which beer is put into the can is critical to ensure that additional oxygen is kept to a minimum. The previous tests carried out at Brains and Everards on had shown excellent results in sanitization, carbonation and Dissolved Oxygen levels. WeCan provided the cans with adhesive labels but will in future have them printed on directly.

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400 cans of APA and 800 of APA is a 6.11% ABV real ale in a can to the style of an American pale ale, made with three fruity hop varieties. The Caragold XB is at 4.5% ABV a slightly stronger hoppier version of the best selling malts, Target and Bramling Cross hops and is packed full It should be remembered that as these beers are canconditioned they will need time to settle and need to be poured carefully to leave the sediment in the can. The cans are available via the brewery website: http:// and the intention is also to have them available in specialist independent beer shops, farm shops and delicatessens. No doubt there will quite some discussion as to whether these beers are “Real Ale”.


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marvelous maggie in mexborough by david litten In early November Dale Palmer from the Imperial Brewery at Mexborough contacted me asking if I would come along to the brewery to collaborate with him to brew a couple of beers for his club’s “New Brewery” beer festival in December. One was to be a Christmas beer brewed on the main kit whilst the other was to be a special on the pilot plant to celebrate the life of my late partner Maggie.

discussed possible recipes anything and so we made it up there and then, although, I suspect that Dale’s experience guided us towards something suitable as opposed to the tangential offerings my head had dreamed up. In decreasing quantity order, Maris Otter, Lager, Vienna, Caramalt and Crystal Rye malts were added to the hot liquor in the mash tun and sparged for 75 minutes. The resulting wort was then transferred to the copper. Hops were then added at various intervals for bittering and aroma, namely Columbus, Simcoe, Chinook and a substantial quantity of Topaz.

I originally got to know Dale as I sometimes called into the club for a few pints whilst breaking my return journeys to Hull when visiting my Mum had a brewery and it was a pleasure to call in to try the latest creations. One in particular sticks in my mind – Hop Monster which most certainly lived up to its name. It was a beautiful beer not for the must for hopheads like me. Wowee!! Thereafter I additionally attended Dale’s regular new brewery beer festivals at the club and was only too pleased to sometimes assist with information to secure new and interesting beers. And so to brew day - Wednesday 19th November. We had

for the beers appear at the Imperial Beer festival a few weeks later.

The day of truth duly arrived on December 6th and with trepeach of Spirit of Christmas and Marvelous Maggie. I need not have worried. Both weighed in powerful punches with the latter being a right hop bomb of a

27 Later that month, the Spirit of Christmas appeared on the bars of some more of my favourite drinking establishments – most notably the Chequers Micropub in Beverley, the Butchers Dog in After a 60 minute boil the wort was transferred via heat exchanger to the fermenting vessel where the yeast was pitched in. A small quantity was diverted off to the mini kit for the one-off Marvellous Maggie where more hops (Mount Hood, Nugget, Perle,

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what pub update For a number of years, people have been asking why CAMRA as the UK’s largest consumer organisation doesn’t have its own online pub guide. Well now it does. You can use to search for pubs across the UK and then look up opening times, descriptions, facilities and of course details of the real ale and cider on offer as well as seeing photos and maps. Over 2.8 million different people have visited WhatPub since it went live in September 2013 and by early April 2015 over 11,000 different people were visiting it every day.

WhatPub has in a short period become established as the best online pub guide, and that is largely down to the quality of the information, which is modelled on the information in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. WhatPub is therefore clearly dependent upon the pub information being complete and accurate.

your updated pub details by email to the member in the relevant branch who keeps WhatPub up to date. Please check WhatPub to see if the pubs near where you live are up to date, and if they are not, please send an update to your local branch. Similarly you can send updates when you are on holiday.

The primary responsibility for updating WhatPub lies with branches, but all members and customers can help. If and when you use WhatPub (members can login using your membership number and

CAMRA members can also assist in the selection of pubs for the Good Beer Guide by scoring the quality of the beer

at the top of each pub entry a Submit Updates button. This brings up an online form, which when submitted sends

This information is used to help choose the pubs the branch visits on our survey trips throughout the summer and autumn. Becoming an active CAMRA member has never been so easy.



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was. 150 casks of real ale equating to approximately 10,000 pints;

Apologies are extended to those patient customers who had to wait to gain entry. To try and resolve the problem of queues discussions are taking place with the police licensing division and the church that we hope to have concluded

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record attendance was 2,700 and this year there was a 50% increase leading to substantial queues from 2:30pm on Friday and on Saturday afternoon. As the event has to operate under a Temporary Event Notice it is restricted to a maximum of 499 persons at any one time.





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Taylor Brewery, Cameron’s Brewery, Enterprise Inns, JD Wetherspoon, Budweiser Budvar, Moorlands Farm Cyder Co, Real Cider Company and all our local breweries. Also, thanks to Lee from the Minerva who catered

Thanks must go to everyone who came along and partook of the drink, food, music, and atmosphere: we hope you enjoyed yourselves.

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400 bottles of world beers and a case of mead, sold and over 4000 visitors to the festival make impressive reading. As 30 was remarked on Saturday we have created a monster but what a happy monster!

before October. The good news was that the 15% increase on last year’s beer order meant that we all but reached the advertised closing time of 8pm on Saturday and we are already planning the beer order for future festivals subject to the discussions with licensing authorities.


… and rest. After six months hard work, numerous meetings and the odd panic the 2015 Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival is over and what a resounding success it






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Thanks also, of course, go to all involved with Holy Trinity Church from Reverends Neal and Matt through to the church volunteers who assisted our customers. As for the CAMRA volunteers who staffed the festival, we could not have done it without you – THANK YOU.

Finally, we are in the process of organising a smaller festival for October to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Hull & East Yorkshire Branch of CAMRA.

Coming soon

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‘FortyFest’ at Holy Trinity Church, Hull 2nd– 3rd October 2015

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organising a suitable day out to recognise and thank the volunteers, sadly not everyone can come, but those who do can expect a day somewhere interesting and where there enough pubs serving high quality real ales and within a reasonable distance from home. This year we decided to take up an invitation from one of our sponsors Saltaire Brewery to visit them and spend the remainder of our day in the area.

We started at Saltaire Brewery, which just to confuse some is actually in Shipley, and spent a couple of hours as their guests enjoying the privilege of drinking at the Brewery Bar, a facility reserved for guests. Our hosts were Tony Stephenson, Adrian Mellow, Bill Arnold (CAMRA Brewery Liaison Lynne Stephenson who served

by day one of the brewery’s draymen, the rest of the time he is involved in all things CAMRA membership, took care of the snacks and later made sure our group knew where they were going; Tony guided people around the brewery and Bill was around to answer any questions. We were very grateful to all four who were all so welcoming and gave up their day to make ours.

Armed with maps, the group separated, some directly to the Brewery Tap, where again special Saltaire beers were available, particularly Madagascar, which I would hoppy, it did not last long so I was glad I had made a ‘reccy’ there before the others! The Brewery Tap is open to the public at weekends and has a very wide range of bottles to buy; yes you’ve guessed it the group took advantage of the coach to take home a wide variety of the beers on sale. In no particular order the pubs suggested to visit were: the Junction, this pub is closest to the brewery and also has its own brewery and is actually at Baildon; in Shipley -The Fox; Sir Norman Rae and Odd

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Fellows; the Ring o’Bells is also in Shipley and is listed in the CAMRA ‘s ‘Yorkshire Real Heritage Pubs’ book. In Saltaire the pubs were Don’t Tell Titus; The Boathouse; The Hop; Cap and Collar; Rosse; Fannie’s Ale House and Salt’s Sports Club where some of the group spent a nice hour in the glorious sunshine watching a very intense local league cricket match.

Saltaire is a World Heritage site, a village still dominated by the mill, but never far away 31 is the knowledge the whole place was built because one man wanted to improve the conditions of his workers and how much life has changed for the better for us all since then.

Saltaire particularly a beautiful place to visit, England’s green and pleasant land is there for everyone. Both Shipley and Saltaire are easily reached by train via Leeds and there are certainly enough places to visit to make a visit worthwhile. Angela Cawte


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From Brewery to Bar, Brewing a Champion Beer I was recently was given the opportunity and great honour to assist with the brewing of 1872 Porter at Elland Brewery. Here’s what happened.

With an amazing range of beers and the 1872 Porter in particular, it was a bit of a long shot that I approached Brewery Manager, Mike Hiscock in mid March to visit the brewery and possibly assist with the brewing of their Champion beer. Unbelievably he agreed and it came to pass that on Tuesday 24th March 2015 I arrived down at the brewery ready for action. Head brewer of around two years Michael Wynnyczuk had already been very busy at his 10 BBL plant, having begun the brewing process before 7a.m.

were added together with brewing sugar to provide its and Northdown hops were added. he was the brewer at Burley Street Brewery in Leeds. We both recalled this and it was great to meet him again especially under these circumstances. I thanked him for allowing me to interfere. All the usual processes took place, mashing, running off, the fermenting vessels where the house yeast was added.

CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year and because they only serve cask beers from the wood. And so on the 9th April 2015 I arrived at the Junction for the presentation event and asked Neil if I could take a peek at the cask in the cellar. And woo hoo! It was batch 2358. My favourite beer - in my favourite pub - in the wood. Neil even allowed me to pull my pint. I asked to be woken up from my dream but apparently it was all true and I have the photos to prove it. A real honour indeed!! Thanks to all the guys at the brewery for their hospitality, to Michael in particular for putting up with my witterings and of course Maureen and Neil at the Junction for indulging my 33 madness. King George had nothing on me.

Oh – and not forgetting the cleaning. It was like being a kiddie in a sweet shop. Was it really happening? It sure was. Michael gave me the gyle watch and wait time for about two weeks to then go and sample the beer.

He had begun the mashing process. A specially selected range of chocolate, brown, amber and Maris Otter malts

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In the meantime Elland brewery had, as winner of CAMRA’s Supreme Champion Winter Beer of Britain 2015 for 1872 Porter, requested that their recent National CAMRA award be presented at the Junction pub in Castleford. And why you might ask? Well Maureen and Neil are great

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Postscript: A week later I was able to try gyle 2358 1872 Porter from plastic cask in the Cask Corner in Doncaster and Woo Hoo!!!! I was working on the gravity bar at the Hull CAMRA Beer and Cider festival a few days later and you’ve guessed, it was in steel there. What a hat trick!! David Litten


40 years of hull of hull & east yorkshire camra The Beginning A meeting to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Test Support for the Formation of a Hull Branchâ&#x20AC;? was held at the Blue Bell Inn, Market Place, Hull on Tuesday 10th December 1974. The meeting, which was attended by over 70 people, voted unanimously in favour of setting up a branch. Following two further pre-meetings

Beverley the branch became part of a consortium which tried to buy the pub. At the same time it also applied to have its statutory listing status upgraded from Grade order to give it more protection under planning law.

meeting took place at the Blue Bell on 11th February 1975. It was ably chaired by Chris Goodrum, who went on to serve as Branch Chairman for the next 3 years. Pub Mirror was thought up by founder member Tim Bolton, was 34 published in October 1977 and was, throughout this ten year period, issued monthly. While subtitled â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Bulletin of the Hull Branch of CAMRAâ&#x20AC;?, this was changed in issue No 3 to â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Newspaper of the Hull Branch of CAMRA. The bulletin/newspaper included the latest information about pubs, breweries and beer in the area along with details of the various campaigns the branch was involved in. Competitions and a series of cartoons added to the readability of the Mirror. Campaigning Following the decision by the Collinson family to give up

Bass and Tetley. Under the LPS on sales licences were only be granted to those breweries while under the LPA the council would only sell potential pub sites which it owned, to them. Both restrictive practices were eventually scrapped, the LPS in 1977 by the Home Secretary and the LPA in 1981 by the council. The branch teamed up with the Nottingham Branch and CAMRA central, in an effort to stop Northern Foods (the owners of


Unfortunately despite their best efforts not only did they not manage to buy the pub but the Department of the Environment also refused to upgrade the status. Two local arrangements instigated by the City Council, the Licensing Planning Licencing Planning Agreement branch. The sole purpose of both arrangements was to safeguard the business interests of those breweries already represented in the city, namely North Country

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taking over Shipstoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Brewery, a Nottingham based independent which supplied the Nottingham and Derbyshire area. While the campaign against Northern Foods was successful the victory was short lived as it was taken over by Greenallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of Warrington later that same year. In 1978/1979 the branch was embroiled in controversy when it was claimed that it had unilaterally decided to exclude North Country Brewery beers from the Good Beer Guide because it was not â&#x20AC;&#x153;realâ&#x20AC;? due The argument took place in print in the organisations national newspaper â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Brewingâ&#x20AC;? and was only resolved when the 1979 national AGM passed a motion upholding the branchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s view.


the first ten years by ken smith Local media started to take notice of both the movement as a whole and the branch in particular and it was regularly featured in The Hull Daily Mail and on Radio Humberside. Beer Festivals/Exhibitions exhibition took place on Friday 31st October 1975 at what was then known as The Blind Institute on Beverley Road. Subsequent years saw the festival move from its original location to the Humberside Theatre on Spring Street where, during the period covered by this article, one was held every year except 1982(although this was remedied with an interim one


owned by one of the early committee members Branch Social Activity It wasn’t all campaigning and working at beer festivals though. Every month Pub Mirror included a variety of articles showing what the regulars got up to in order to enjoy themselves and their beer. Social activities included both evening pub crawls and regular lunch time drinks sessions. The “Handpump Crawl”, instigated in March 1978, went on to become an annual pre-Christmas event until at least 1984. Its aim was to visit every pub in the city that dispensed beer on hand pumps and was scheduled for one day but spread over two sessions, lunchtime and evening (no all-day licences increase in the number of pubs that met the criteria the December 1983 event saw a change to the original concept in that the venues were theme.

In 1977 the event was billed as “The Great Northern Beer Festival” (note the name claimed that, lasting a total of nine days, it was the longest festival ever held. All the beer for these events had to be collected, and the empties returned, by the branch, a task apparently accomplished with the aid of a Morris Traveller

exhibition “Time Gentlemen Please” and it’s theme of the history of pubs could have been a contributory factor to making the trip; not to mention the subsequent pub crawl around Bradford. On at least two occasions, 1977 and 1978, the branch Mayor’s Parade. There were football, cricket, pool and bowls matches as well as pub quizzes against various opponents including local pub teams and other branches. Christmas, always involved events and the branch held regular parties involving both real ale and music from mobile discos, as well as themed pub crawls.

35 Finally the February 1978 edition of Pub Mirror includes both an article and photographic evidence of two members (Howard Joy dip in the sea at Hornsea on Christmas day 1977, followed naturally by a few warming brews at the nearby Marine Hotel.

There were brewery trips, pub crawls to other towns and meetings with other branches with Scarborough, York and Lincoln proving popular destinations. There is even a record of a branch trip to visit an art gallery and museum in Bradford to marvel at the exhibits there. There again, it could be that the title of the

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useful information real ale v smooth What is Real Ale? Real Ale is a living beer. It continues to ferment

Real Ale is brewed from traditional ingredients, malt, hops, water and yeast matured by secondary fermentation in the container from which it is dispensed, and served without the extraneous use of carbon dioxide or nitrogen via hand pumps. Real Ale is also called cask beer or cask conditioned.

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What are ‘Smooth’ What ‘‘Sm Sm th th’’ beers? be s? Smooth beers are brewed in much the same way as real ale but eventually the natural yeast is killed and processed to give longer shelf life.

The dead beer is then resurrected by means of chemicals and served chilled by gas pressure through fonts. Smooth beer sales are also known as nitro-keg beer.

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Brewery news ALL HALLOWS Goodmanham Arms, Main Street GOODMANHAM, YO43 5JA

BLO - John Ashton A recent addition is Elder and Wiser, a 4% Abbie says all her beers are competitively priced, with free local delivery, so why not give her a ring and place an order. The Ferguson Fawsitt in Walkington is a recent stockist.

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Rob and Helen, who run Bridlington brewery have recently been prioritising their efforts in renovating the Pack Horse in Bridlington’s Old Town, which has meant less brewing than usual. Recent brews have been old favourites of Bulldog and Jackdaw, with the addition of Grafter’s Gold, a 4% golden beer brewed with Maris Otter malt and Citra hops. Whereas they were brewing once per week in the past, it has been about every 2-3 weeks during the renovations. The plan is to have the Pack Horse open and plenty of beers brewed ready for the Bridlington Old Town Festival on 28th June. Apparently the festival procession begins at the Pack Horse, so Helen and Rob are keen to keep this deadline. An interesting footnote is that the Pack Horse is the second oldest pub in Bridlington, so well worth a visit while you are in there with their own ales to try

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Brewery news HALF MOON Half Moon Brewery Forge House, Ellerton YORK, YO42 4PB 01757 288977 07741 400508 or 07736 112399

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On Saturday 20th June, to coincide with Snaith Midsummer Market Old Mill will be opening up the brewery for free samples of there brand new beer for June Sole Destroyer. They will be open from 1-5pm and have a limited number of free brewery tours running if anyone would like to join them. Keep an eye on Old Mill’s website or sign up to their newsletter for updates as and when they happen.

WOLD TOP Hunmanby Grange, Wold Newton DRIFFIELD, YO25 3HS

The garden - featured an old Yorkshire Th brewing shed complete with Yorkshire thatch br roof, besides elements of a modern microro brewery. The Brewers Yard garden also br featured Yorkshire stone walling along with a fe unique water feature comprised of a traditional Yorkshire Square brewing vessel. Wold Newton’s brewery, Wold Top Brewery has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards. of the Best Small Family Business category in the Red Ribbon awards that are the UK’s only national awards which recognise the 39 achievements of family-run companies irrespective of size or sector. The brewery has also been recognized for its export growth with Insider Emerging Exporter award in the Yorkshire International Trade Awards.

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A garden to celebrate Yorkshire’s booming real ale industry came to life at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show as Welcome to Yorkshire showcased its entry for this year. It will be Welcome to Yorkshire’s sixth year with a

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this time its entry will celebrate the county’s wealth of microbreweries and famous beer industry.

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Brewery news continued from previous page Supernatural Blonde 4.5%ABV; Almighty Festival Ale; Raspberry Tipple 4.8%ABV - a traditional Belgian wheat beer infused with wheat beer hint of coriander: Waverider 5.2% ABV - American style IPA and Passion 4.5% ABV pale ale with a hint of passion fruit

day Mid Cider Night’s Dream Festival will take place in Ruston Parva on Saturday 27th will feature approximately 40 draft and bottled ciders and beers from local and national craft producers and breweries together with Colemans’ own handmade cider. In addition the event which starts at 2pm, will offer family friendly activities (e.g. face painting, musicians (e.g. Liar, The Smugglers, Carrie

The brewery now brews up to 13 different beers and it is currently making space for additional brewing tanks, which will soon be added to increase its capacity. Beers have been recently shipped to a wide range of real ale festivals around the country:

from Bradford’s World Curry Festival. Further information and tickets are available from Colemans Cider Company’s Facebook page and website address or via www.eventbrite. com.

ELLAND BREWERY Whitby, Rotherham, Stratford-on-Avon and others A new French Saison style ale - called ‘Saision

40 Quinze’ - has been brewed at 5.5% ABV: this

Despite retaining the distinctive shape of their pumpclips over the years there have been many varied and quirky designs. It has been noted that some were too individualistic and it was time to simplify the brand to uniformity.

was well received while on test in selected outlets across the region and will be available on general release later this month.

A special collaboration beer will be brewed early June with the Exit 33 Brewing Company Aid and other exciting beers; this will then be

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There was a need to make the clips less busy and communicate with the customer clearly by pub customers when reaching the bar to make a choice. The shape has been retained but softened with rounded corners. Five key points are now quite evident across the range:

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the beer name. This uniformity should lead to the brand becoming far more recognizable and hopefully appealing to both traditional and new customers including the newer generation of cask ale drinkers.

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lord nelson committed to cask award The Committed to Cask award is presented to licensees who have demonstrated their commitment to cask ale by promoting real ale over a period of time, maintaining the cask beers in excellent quality and increasing the ales on offer in their public house. The recipients of the latest award are Kay & Allan Greaves of the Lord Nelson, Endyke Lane, Hull and was presented at the branch meeting on Wednesday 1st April. Kay & Allan, took over at the Lord Nelson eighteen months ago. At that time the Lord Nelson was a failing pub and had experienced a number of different licensees over the last few years and was selling no real ale.

In addition, as a thank you to their customers, there is 20p off all pints on Sunday and Monday. The pub is also a keen supporter of local amateur boxing, sponsoring the City of Hull Boxing Club. Stewart Campbell, Branch Chairman, said â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kay and Allan have taken a struggling pub and in a relatively short period of time elevated it to become a focal point of the local community. Introducing real ale has aided in the success of the Lord Nelson and praise must go to Kay and Allan for promoting and championing real ale in a community pub. Quality and a dedication to excellence prove what can be achieved and Kay and Allan fully deserve this award.â&#x20AC;?


Kay and Allan re-introduced cask ale in the form of Tetley Cask and have since added a guest beer, selected from Punch Taverns Finest Cask Range, which changes every two weeks. Although they had no experience in the trade when taking over they are now being used as an example of excellence in cellar management by Punch Taverns. The Lord Nelson is now a hub of the community and the function room is fully booked on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the pub hosts singing academies and there are popular theme nights on Saturday evenings. Sunny Sundays are packed with Play

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CAMRA is not just about beer, its also about cider, hence our latest campaign “Protect small cider producers”. A petition to support this campaign is on the verge of reaching 20,000 signatures!

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The winner of the Perry Gold medal is Two Trees Perry by Gwynt y Ddraig (meaning ‘dragon’s breath’ described as being ‘initially sweet with a refreshing, dry aftertaste’,‘complex yet well balanced with a poached pear

Juice, West Croft The campaign is against the European Commission who are not backing down and demanding a huge tax on cider which could see very small producers landed with a bill of up to £2,700 each and every year.


We need your help to make sure this doesn’t happen, and that the Government puts UK cider producers and

Please encourage your friends and family to sign this petition today. You can help spread the and posting it in your local cider pub or by sharing the petition on facebook or twitter today.

BRONZE – Medium, Three Cats The joint winners of the Cider Gold medal are White Jersey by Orgasmic and Janet’s Jungle Juice by West Croft. White Jersey was described by judges as being ‘fruity’ and ‘easy drinking’, with ‘a slight sweetness balanced by an excellent tang’, and having ‘balance without too much acidity’. Janet’s Jungle Juice was described as having a ‘mature and woody aroma’ with ‘an initial sweetness and mouth feel with a resinous aroma’.

We need your help to win this support for this cause!

PERRY GOLD – Two Trees Perry, Gwynt y Ddraig

SILVER – Snowy Owl, Raglan Cider Mill BRONZE – Perry, Snails Bank

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CAMRA’s National Cider and Perry Championships 2015 took place at the popular Reading Beer and Cider festival. The competition featured ciders and perries from across the UK, with each cider and perry judged on its individual taste, aroma, appeal. The top awards were selected by a specially chosen panel of experienced judges, drinks writers and CAMRA members. Steve Layton of Orgasmic Cider Company, had this to say on hearing his cider had taken the top spot, “We’re very proud of this single blend [variety] cider - we grow the apples, we produce the cider, we do everything - so to me this is a great achievement, as it lets me know our cider is enjoyable to drink by everybody on this top judging panel. We’re very proud to win and this is a massive achievement.” Andrea Briers, CAMRA

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inn cider National Cider and Perry Committee Chairman, had this to say on the quality and diversity of entries: “The quality and variety of real cider and perry is increasing year-on-year, making our job

With a set of truly excellent drinks available this year at the festival, and a competition which was very tight right

perries can truly be known as the best in Britain.” Reading CAMRA Beer and Cider Festival serves over

550 beers available, plus 150 ciders and perries (from

campaigning for real cider and perry.

selection of foreign beers, English wines and mead.

‘Real cider’ is a term used to describe traditional cider made from freshly pressed apples. Served still rather than force carbonated, real cider is

Over the four days of the festival around 13,000 attendees will drink an estimated 35,000 pints of beer and 11,000 pints of cider. Reading Beer and Cider Festival takes place at Kings Meadow, Napier Road, Reading, RG1 8BN, and is one of the largest beer and cider festivals in the UK 2015 will see CAMRA celebrate 27 years of

to produce a truly natural and delicious alcoholic drink. As cider is made from apples, perry is made from pears. More information on CAMRA’s national cider and perry campaigns can be found at

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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 Oversized, lined glasses: (Guaranteeing a full or ½ liquid pint) Bridlington - Station Buffet Beverley - Chequers : Dog & Duck (Black Sheep 'ULI¿HOG - 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 Bridlington - Prior John Cottingham - Cross Keys : Railway King William IV 'ULI¿HOG - Tiger Inn : Old Falcon : Butchers Dog Dunswell - The Ship Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Hedon - Haven Arms Hessle - Hawke formerly Admiral Hawke Hornsea - Smugglers Nafferton - Kings Head 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 Walkington - The Barrel Real draught cider (not keg), Kingston Upon Hull Clubs and Pubs: Adelphi Club : Admiral of the Humber The Gardener’s : Sailmakers Arms Hop & Vine : Lion & Key : New Clarence Olde Black Boy : Pave : Rising Sun The George Hotel : Three John Scotts Walters : Wellington Inn : Whalebone : Xanders Zachariah Pearson : Union Bar : Bay Horse Real Mild regularly available: Blacktoft - Hope & Anchor Brough - Buccaneer 'ULI¿HOG- Tiger Inn Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Hornsea - Rose & Crown Kingston Upon Hull - Rising Sun

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A quiet room (no piped music or juke box, TV, electronic games): Beverley - White Horse Inn : Woolpack : Chequers Bridlington - Old Ship Inn Cottingham - King William IV 'ULI¿HOG- Bell Hotel Great Kelk - Chestnut Horse Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Kingston Upon Hull - Olde Black Boy : St John’s Licensee who has gained Cask Marque Accreditation, East Yorkshire: Atwick - Black Horse Beverley - Green Dragon : Tiger Royal Standard: Molescroft Inn : Grapes Bridlington - Old Ship Inn: Prior John Stirling Castle : Friendly Forrester Brunswick Brough - Buccaneer : Ferry Cherry Burton Cottingham - Blue Bell : Duke of Cumberland Railway ; Cross Key ; Fair Maid 'ULI¿HOG - Bell Hotel : Benjamin Fawcett Ferriby - Duke of Cumberland Hedon - Shakespeare Hessle - Marquis of Granby: Norland: Darleys Howden Kirk Ella - Beech Tree Holmpton - George and Dragon Hornsea - Marine Hotel Market Weighton - Carpenters Newport - Kings Arms North Cave - The White Hart Inn Patrington - Station Hotel Preston - Nags Head Roos - Roos Arms Ryehill - Crooked Billet Sewerby - Ship Inn South Cave - Fox and Coney South Dalton - Pipe and Glass Walkington - The Barrel Inn Willerby - Toby Carvery : Hop Pole Witernsea - Commercial Licensee who has gained Cask Marque Accreditation, Hull Clubs and Pubs: Admiral of the Humber : Avenue : Gardeners Arms Haworth Arms : Manor Farm : Mill : National New Clarence : Odd Bottle Old Grey Mare : Pave : Pearsons St Johns ; Sailmakers ; Sutton Fields Three John Scotts : Victory Pub William Wilberforce : Zachariah Pearson West Bulls ; Whistling Goose If you know of any pubs/clubs to add to this list please email details to



where the west is best, a survey trip by mark bainton Welcome back to our monthly adventures or their correct title, Survey Trips.

a pint in the rack and receive three one third glasses of three differing beers you have selected to try…brilliant.

We are to head westward is at Blacktoft and the Hope & Anchor. Situated on the banks of the River Ouse we sit outside enjoying a pint or two on this nice warm sunny evening. Some try the Great Newsome Amy’s Aviator, some go for the Pedigree from Marston’s and Old Speckled Hen from Greene King. I decide to try the Dark Masquerade a LocAle beer from the Halfmoon Brewery. There was also a ‘charity’ beer to complete the range named Help the Heroes brewed by Marston’s and proceeds from the sale is going to Help the 46 Heroes charity. All the beers receive good comments from every body as we head back to the coach to head for Howden and the Wheatsheaf. The Wheatsheaf is on Hailgate., where we had four beers to choose from Timothy Taylor Landlord, John Smiths & Tetley Cask and Rooster’s Yankee. It is good to see all the beers were tasted and all received favourable comments on the survey sheets. I was informed the licensees are taking over the Board Inn in Howden after refurbishment is complete shortly; we wish them well in this new venture. North Cave and the White Hart is next on our list. This is how sampling beers should be done. Ask for three thirds of

The selection on offer Sharp’s Doombar; Wold Top’s Mallard; Theakston’s XB and Black Bull Bitter, not commonly seen. This is a very good local pub and worth a visit if you are nearby.

The Triton Inn at Brantingham becomes our fourth pub to be visited. After the several months ago if you hadn’t seen the devastation you wouldn’t believe there had been one. Well done to all who were involved with the refurbishment of the pub. I couldn’t see any smoked beers on the bar but I did see Timothy Taylor’s Landlord on sale and very nice it was. Alongside it there was Black Sheep Ale and Great Newsome’s Frothingham Best. Unfortunately for ourselves other customers before us had drunk both barrels dry! Oh well..

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Duke of Cumberland or Duke in North Ferriby is our next host. This Cask Marque pub serves up beers from Marston’s. On parade at the bar were Ringwood’s Boondoggle and Old Thumper; Jennings Bitter and Marston’s Pedigree This is a very lively pub and from where I was stood most drinkers were holding a glass of ale and not testament to the publican’s hard work. The Beech Tree, Kirkella very popular destination for the drinker who likes a wide choice of beer to choose from. The spacious pub with a great beer garden to relax in has featured in the Good Beer Guide for a few years now. Adnams Broadside and Cameron’s 150 goes down well along with Daleside’s Old Leg Over and 2 Little Fishes. The banter is friendly with the licensee and some game in the form of bending touching toes takes centre stage with part of the group, all seems to be in good fun and with a drink as the wager for the winner. The trip comes to the end and its time to go. I would like to thank all the publicans for their hospitality and Acklams coach company for safely getting us there and back. The price of a beer on the trip was between £2.95-£3.15 a pint. News about future trips are on the back page of this PM.

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MARINE BAR Bridlington’s Friendly Real Ale & Cider Pub North Marine Drive, Bridlington, YO15 2LS Telephone : 01262 675347 Yorkshires Favourite Pub Finalist - 2014 +XOO&$05$7RZQ3XE2I7KH<HDU5XQQHU8S CAMRA Good Beer Guide 8 Years Running 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 Mail Group - @hullCAMRA

branch events diary Branch Open Meetings to give you a chance to socialise refreshments are normally provided at the end of the meeting. Wednesday 1st July, - Walters Bar, Scale Lane, Hull Wednesday 5th August, - King William IV, Hallgate, Cottingham Wednesday 2nd September, - Bay Horse, Wincolmlee, Hull Survey Trips run from May through to October usually on the second Saturday of the month and are used to survey the village pubs that are nominated for the following year’s Good Beer Guide, look out for further details on our web site, Facebook page and Twitter. Sunday 14th June - Survey trip to South Holderness Saturday 11th July - Survey trip to Market Weighton Area Sunday 9th August - Survey trip to Mid Holderness (Withernsea, etc) Saturday 12th September - North Holderness (Hornsea, etc) 6XQGD\WK2FWREHU'ULI¿HOG%ULGOLQJWRQ Social Trips can be run at any time and will be advertised on our website and through Pub Mirror and other branch social media sites. 6DWXUGD\WK-XQH6RFLDOWULS WREHFRQ¿UPHG

Branch 40th Anniversary Festival - Forty Beers for Forty Years Holy Trinity Church, 10 King St, Hull, HU1 2JJ Friday October 2nd : 12 noon - 11pm & Saturday October 3rd : 12 noon - 8pm 48

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