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ISSUE 94 - winter

december 2015 - February 2016


ANOTHER NEW ‘KID ON THE BLOCK’ WINS OUR ANNUAL CIDER AWARD For the second year running our Branch Cider Pub of the Year award has gone to a relative QHZFRPHULQWKHDUHD7KH%XWFKHU¶V'RJLQ'ULI¿HGHPXODWHG&KHTXHUVRI%HYHUOH\ ODVW \HDUµVDZDUGZLQQHU E\ZLQQLQJWKLVFRYHUWHGDZDUGLQWKHLU¿UVWIXOO\HDURIHOLJLELOLW\ pubs which received recognition were Chequers, Beverley who were this year’s runner up and Hop & Vine, Hull, a regular award winning cider pub, not only locally but also at regional level.

Pictured right is Natalie Briglin from Butchers Dog recieiving her award from our branch member David Litten, who is also CAMRA’s Yorkshire Regional Cider Co-ordinator. A full report of the presentation is inside this edition.Other

in This issue p7 hull pubs - p9 holderness pubs - p11 east yorkshire pubs p11 cider pub of the year presentation p13 pubs preservation - p21 social event reports p24 from junk to juction - p29 amber trail p32 40 years of the branch pt3 - p36 brewery news


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 /XQFKWLPHVQRRQSP SOXV6XQGD\5RDVWV

Monday 5pm - 7pm is Pie/Steak night ……LQFOXGHVDIUHHGULQN

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

branch online sites Website: Facebook: Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA Blog: Twitter: @hullCAMRA

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 March. Any contribution for that edition needs to be with the editor by 18th February 2016, you can email your article to the editor at: Advertising rates are unchanged for the Fivth 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:



The Junction Carlton St, Castleford WF10 1EE Unique Multi-Award-Winning Traditional Pub Ever changing range of guest real ales drawn from wooden casks

The Butchers Dog 24 Middle St South Driffield Yo25 6ps Telephone: 07525050644 5 changing cask ale


Over size glasses ensuring a full pint


Beer tapas in 3 one third glasses


Acoustic night every last Tuesday of the month from 7 pm


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4 changing draught cider

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The TheKing KingWilliam WilliamIV IV 152 Hallgate, Cottingham, HU16 4BD 152 Hallgate, Cottingham, HU16 4BD Telephone: 01482 875996 Telephone: 01482 875996

Hull CAMRA Village Pub of of thethe Year 2014, Runner upup 2013. Hull CAMRA Village Pub Year 2014, Runner 2013. Martin, Mandy & Staff Martin, Mandie & Staff Extend A Warm Welcome to All Extend A Warm Welcome to All Function Room Available with Private Large Function Available with Bar andRoom Gardens and Gardens (FreePrivate Hire toBar CAMRA members) (Free Hire to CAMRA members) Buffet also Available Buffet also Available (10%Discount Discountto toCAMRA CAMRA members) members) (10% LargeBeer BeerGarden/Outdoor Garden/OutdoorEating EatingArea Area Large Outdoor Courtyard Smoking Outdoor Smoking Area Area Tuesdaynight nightisisQuiz QuizNight Night Tuesday

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3 Regular Real Ales 3 Cumberland Regular RealBitter Ales Cumberland Bitter Marstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pedigree Marstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pedigree Banks Sunbeam Banks Sunbeam 4 Changing Guest Ales 4 Changing Guest Ales plus plus Real Cider Real Cider Food Served Food:11.00-2.15 Served Tuesday to Friday & 5.00-7.15 Monday to Saturday : Monday & Saturday : 11.00-2.15 only 11.00-2.15 & 5.00-7.15 Sunday Lunches : 12.00-3.15 Sunday Lunches : 12.00-3.15

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from the editor - Bernie Cawte Another year over, doesn’t

thoughts go out to Stewart at this very personal time of year.

from an exhausting 6 weeks trip around the world with Angela, hence the slighly late Pub Mirror.

This year has seen a lot of new pubs/bars opening which has off set the lost of some of the older local pubs. Our

article about the beers and breweries we encountered on our trip. I can’t believe there’s no Fosters in OZ, the apparent Australian word for lager, more of this in the article.

busy at the moment trying to make sure other possibly venerable pubs are protected by applying for ACV’s (Assets of Community Value), further details in Ken’s Pub Preservation article.

Ye Olde White Harte, Hull Minerva, Hull St Johns, Hull Lord Nelson, Hull Kingston Hotel, Hull Hop & Vine, Hull

As we go into 2016 our thoughts are bound to wonder even further forward to 2017 when Hull takes on the role as City of Culture. This branch is determined to play its part in those celebrations and have already booked our annual beer festival at Holy Trinty for April 2017.

feel free to contact our festival

There has been a lot going on in the Branch arena this year with it being our 40th year as a branch. I would like to thank all those who took part in our little celebration festival in October and a special thanks to Ken Smith for writing our special 40th anniversary booklet. Why not get yourself a copy! Further details elsewhere in this edition. The celebration however was somewhat overshadowed by the sudden loss of our Chairman Stewart Campbell’s long time partner Janet. Our

Talking of beer festivals our 2016 Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival will take place from the 14th to 16th April at our now normal venue of Holy Trinity Church here in Hull. If you are interested in helping

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:

by email at press@hullcamra. or contact any of our page 3. to thank all of the people that help to bring you this magazine, from our PM Rushforth, to Steve Purdie who looks after distribution produce their regular columns, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all.

OUR ADVERTISERS HULL - Admiral of the Humber, Furley & Co, Hop & Vine, Pave Three John Scotts, Zachariah Pearson, Walters, Whalebone, William Wilberforce BEVERLEY - Chequers, Green Dragon, Sun Inn, Woolpack, Beerinabottle. BRIDLINGTON - Prior John, Marine Bar, CASTLEFORD - Junction COTTINGHAM - King William IV, DRIFFIELD - Butchers Dog, Spread Eagle, Benjamin Fawcett, GOODMANHAM - Goodmanham Arms & All Hallows Brewery GOOLE - City and County, HOLLYM - The Plough Inn (NEW), WALKINGTON - Ferguson Fawsitt, WILLERBY - Hop Pole WITHERNWICK - The Falcon (NEW) Atom Brewery, CrystalBrew, Great Newsome Brewery, Old Mill Brewery, Saltaire Brewery (NEW), Wold Top Brewery, Yorkshire Brewing Company,

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hull pubs report by mark spight It has been a real quarter of change for several of Hull’s pubs with licensee changes including: Michael Greatrex taking over and refurbishing Old English Gentleman, Shaun Carpenter returning to Silver Cod and Tommy Boyle returning to St George’s Hotel. Another change took place at Muttley’s where Mike & Sharon Mowforth have moved on to pastures new after a great year at the pub; they have been replaced by Julie Arnold. Sadly it appears that they have taken cask ale with them as there are no plans to reintroduce it at present. I would like to take this welcome Gary Rowan and his partner Jenny whom have taken on the former Humber St Andrews social club. The club has had a makeover and is now known as William Gemmell. Knowing Gary’s passion for real ale one of the did was to introduce three hand pumps to the bar which is fantastic news! Cask ale has also made a welcome return to Oscars Bar in the form of four hand pumps. Early signs are very positive with local breweries particularly well supported. Two pubs have also have had changes of names as Lyrics is now known as Telstar and

Star & Garter is now known simply as The Star. Whilst place at Lambwath and Wawne Ferry. I also have news of the openings of new bars in the city centre. These are Furley & co which is a very welcome addition to the old town real ale circuit as it offers a great range of cask and craft beers. Early feedback is very positive and we wish all involved the best of luck for their future. We also have Silvers in the old town which is proving popular and more recently Bourbon Craft in Paragon Square although the latter is yet to offer real ale. If you ask introduce our favourite tipple... Let’s keep our collective the owners of both of these new bars. Sadly I also have to report a closure as Swiss Cottage (formerly Ganstead Hotel) recently closed its doors for wish former licensee Ryan Whitehead the best of luck as he moves on to his latest venture at the New Inn (Hornsea). Another change comes at Lion & Key....Not with the pub you will be pleased to hear, however licensee Alan Murphy has now started brewing

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his own beers at his new microbrewery on High Street. The brewery is operating under the name Cathead Brewery and beers can be seen regularly at the bars of Alan’s pubs. Early signs are very positive with the beers the range myself I can see why!

with some very good news as the Whalebone’s historic 7 illuminated M&R Ales has been lovingly restored to a high standard by Sign Services following an appeal in the local press by licensee Jamie Reading. This is an excellent piece of news as the sign became an iconic feature introduced by the late Alex Craig after he opened the pub as a free house in 2002. I would like to say a big well done to all involved in the say fond farewells to the pubs former owner and Alex’s Widow Tina as she makes Mark Spight



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hOLDERNESS pubs report by PETE MASON The Blue Bell Inn, Sproatley, run by Mike and Sandra Green, has stopped selling cask ale. Mike said lack of demand led to high wastage.

further three years. The Camerton currently offers Theakstons Bitter and a changing guest beer.

The Kings Head, Hedon, re-opened on Wednesday 25th November, after a £100,000

A new micropub is to open in Withernsea in January 2016. It is called the Old Boat Shed

Punch Taverns, and the licensee, Donna Harris. Donna has previously run the Dart Hotel and the Fiveways in Hull, and says she will be offering two cask ales by the time this issue goes to press.

Hall, who I assume is the owner. My apologies if this is incorrect. Hopefully it will have opened by the time issue 95 comes out and I can give

In Thorngumbald, the lease of the Camerton has been taken over by Helen and Shawn Firth who previosly ran the Fox & Coney in South Cave. The previous two lease holders were companies with several pubs and clubs, so hopefully a more personal touch by

Ryan Whitehead took over the New Inn, Hornsea, on November 3rd. He ran the Swiss Cottage, Hull, for two years before it closed after being sold, and reintroduced cask ale to the pub.

and customers. The pub is managed by Kerry Jones, and the kitchen is run by her partner Alex Hibbetson, who worked at the Red House, in Lilleshall, Staffordshire, for seven years, before taking over and running it for a


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EAST YORKSHIRE PUBS report by mark BAINTON 'ULI¿HOG The Butchers Dog, our Cider Pub of the Year 2015, participated in the switch on with a stall held outside the pub selling their wares. Their micro brewery isn't far from commencing brewing, we look forward to tasting the new brews. Original Key in the Market Square is now up for sale. The Rose and Crown is now trading as an Indian restaurant. The Spread Eagle is the

newest recruit to our LocAle scheme. Bridlington: The Telegraph owners have now opened the refurbised Pack Horse and has two hand pulls, as demand increases so shall the hand pulls.

town Cider update Colemans cider company Rudston Prava are having a wassail on 16th January starting around 2pm all welcome to attend the annual event.

Beverley The newly revamped Royal Standard are promoting a beer festival over the festive period. Market Weighton A new micro brewery is to open shortly (no other details available at present) in the

Branch Cider Pub of the Year for 2015 Presentations The Branch Cider Pub of the Year for 2015 presentations were recently made. The winner is the Butchers Dog runner up is the Chequers Micropub in Beverley. A number of branch members made the train trip to the two towns to show their support for the pubs. Their number was added to by the presence of well known Doncaster stalwart Sideburns Dave and his partner Tracey Cooper who had made the trip especially. were presented by CAMRA Regional Cider Co-ordinator David Litten. David said “Every year, this

competition gets harder to raise their standards.” Natalie Briglin from the Butchers Dog said “Cherie and I are really delighted to win

for real cider”. He also paid tribute to his customers’ for their support by drinking real cider and added “I am really pleased for Natalie at the Butchers Dog and will continue to support the cider lovers of East Yorkshire and beyond.” As winner of the branch competition, the Butchers

this competition. It is thanks to our locals who create the demand that we are able to sell so much quality real cider.” Owner of Chequers Micropub, Ian Allott said “We are really pleased to win another award

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Dog will now go forward to the 2016 Yorkshire competition.



Whalebone Wincolmlee Hull HU2 0PA Telephone : 07506868461 Open every day from 12 till late Always available Timothy Taylor Landlord, Great Newsome Frothingham Best 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 Assets of Community Value This topic has been taking up a great deal of my time of late, but not without some measure of success. Since the publication of the last issue of Pub Mirror there have been an additional three pubs in the branch area that have been designated as ACVs. These are • The George & Dragon, Aldbrough • The Rising Sun, Mizzen Road, Beverley Road, Hull • The St John’s Hotel, Queens Road, Hull While none of these pubs are currently under threat it is nevertheless good to know level of protection that ACV designation conveys. In respect of these successes I would like to place on record my appreciation of all those people who took the time to write to or e–mail the relevant local authority in support of the nominations. I am well aware that without that support the decisions could easily have been different. it’s worth giving a mention to the Thorngumbald Steering Group, ably led by Lynn Sterling from the village, which is trying to save the Royal Mail from demolition. Despite the East Riding of Yorkshire Council twice refusing to designate it as an ACV they are pressing ahead with their campaign and I’m sure would welcome any and all support

in their efforts. Lynn can be contacted at lynnandrobert@ The Hull Local Plan First of all what is The Local Plan? The Local Plan is the document that every council responsible for dealing with planning applications must produce. It has two parts. The actual plans show the areas where the council think the most appropriate locations for things like housing, industry and shopping and leisure facilities are within their overall area. The other part contains the written policies that specify the exact criteria against which a planning application is assessed. So despite a common belief that when a planning department receives a whim whether to approve or refuse it, this is in fact far from the truth. Why am I bothering to tell you this? Well, the government has stated very clearly that local plans must include a policy to help safeguard local facilities and in doing so it public houses as being “local facilities”. Despite this the Hull City Council’s draft Local Plan, for which they consultation, completely failed to identify pubs in the relevant policy. As Pubs Protection written comments and attended a public forum where I pointed out that by failing to include pubs in the policy they

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appear to be in breach of the government’s requirements on this matter. As well as pointing out their omission I also provided them with a copy of a generic policy prepared by CAMRA with the suggestion that it could be document. I also gave them evidence that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) worded policies in their plan to help safeguard the future of public houses. Those safeguards include having the developer of any site classed as a local facility (including pubs) prove that it not viable, has been on the market as a period of time and that the loss of the facility would not be detrimental to the community it served. 13 At the Hull forum I was told that the situation in the East Riding is different to that in Hull but I pointed out that the ERYC area includes quite a few sizeable towns where the policy must be applied with equal weight to proposals for any village or rural pub. I was promised that my comments would be considered. Typically, and understandably given the complex nature of this process, feedback on my and everyone else’s’ comments will not be given until April 2016 when the planners will either amend the policy to take account of our concerns or give an explanation why the policy has not been changed. Naturally I will keep you informed in future editions of Pub Mirror.


what no fosters? Like a lot of people i have grown up with the continued battle to keep real ale alive and pubs around to supply that beer. Along with Red Barrel and Double Diamond taking up he advertising space on TV, ‘Australia’s word for lager,’ Fosters is another of those adverts that took over our TV viewing. Being of an open mind I thought I would see what the real stuff was like last time I went to Oz in 2006. But none was to be found. So when Angela and I decided to go back to visit my friends Julie and David, who happen to live near Melbourne, the home of Fosters, I thought I would try again. Things looked good when early on we found this pub, unfortunately when we


went inside no sign of any. A few days later we went in to a local ‘bottle shop’ in Victoria, again no sign of Fosters. The assistant said no one drinks Fosters lager in Oz anymore.

It has been overtaken by Carlton beers, which are more like our types of beer, brown

bitter, IPA’s and even stouts. We decided to see what other our trip, which included New Zealand, The Cook Islands, USA and Iceland so here are a few bars and breweries we found. Being in the Mornington Peninsular part of Victoria it is mainly known for its wineries found this one pictured below.

They brew 6 regular beers all which were of a very high standard and the bar is part of a booze bus tour, which due to other commitments we were unable to partake in. Maybe next time we are in Oz.

We went in their spring time which meant even though the temperature was around 22C they still had the indoor gas heaters on, which we had to ask to be turned down as we were so warm. Below is the bar with their full range of ales, quite impressive

Another brewery we found on the outskirts of Auckland at Browns Bay was the Deep Creek Brewery again a good wide range of craft beers,

A day in Melbourne itself even failed to supply the long lost sight of a Fosters, but maybe that was not such a bad thing really! Onwards from Australia took us to see my daughter and boyfriend who live in Auckland, New Zealand. Lucky for me they both like real ales so at least they knew where to look. There are quite a few bars that look more ‘British’ then they appeared to be in Oz, this one Galbraiths was one of our favorites and apparently the only real ale brewery in Auckland.

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Our next stop was on to the Cook Islands, with a population of 14000 so there is not quite a huge demand but at least they have the one, which is located near to where we were staying, handy that. Matutu brewery is a two man brewery and all bottling and labelling is done by hand due to the expensive cost of fuel on this paradise island. The

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By bernie cawte good news was they were well aware of CAMRA and I

be claiming for expenses.). It was now on the the States for a bit of history and culture, yes in the States. To Williamsburg and the old colonial towns of Virginia. A great experience but no brweries were found, but we did

managed to exchange a 40th Anniversary T-Shirt, which is now in pride of place in their brewery. A litre plastic bottle full of beer in hand we strolledback to our accomodation having done our bit or the Branch (don’t worry Pete we will not

and we like the Scandinavian way of life. It didn’t let us down and we had a great three full days, including a trip to the world famous Blue Lagoon. How weird to be bathing in a natual lagoon with water at bath temperature, whilst it’s snowing and raining.

local ASDA, sorry Walmart.

It was so cold outside we had to go to the local bar and have a warming whiskey or

took us to Iceland and the last few days of our 6 weeks. We chose Iceland as it is in the same time zone as the UK,

two, but then some one had to. We can’t wait to go back in the near future to Iceland, and maybe stay a bit longer.

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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 • 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.

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Bird Brain, Howden Bridlington, Bridlington Crystalbrew, Brough Great Newsome, South Frodingham Half Moon, Ellerton Old Mill, Snaith Wold Top, Wold Newton Yorkshire Brewing Co., Hull

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

NEW LOCALE PUBS driffield Spread Eagle

16 Participating pubs are granted accreditation at the discretion of the local branch, Hull & East agreeing that they will endeavour to ensure at the local branch, is on sale at all times and that

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promoted as a CAMRA LocAle.

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Beverley: 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


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Blacktoft: Hope & Anchor

Bridlington: Brunswick, Marine Bar, Prior John,Telegraph

Brantingham: Triton Inn

Brough: Burstwick: Hare & Hounds

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Current locale pubs (cont) Burton Pidsea: Black Horse, Nancy

Cowden: Cross Keys

Driffield: Butchers Dog

Dunswell: Ship Inn

Goodmanham: Goodmanham Arms

Hedon: Haven Arms, Shakespeare, Hedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;on Inn

Hornsea: Lucienâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bar, Stackhouse Bar,

Kelk: Chestnut Horse


N0rth Cave: White Hart

Blue Bell

Kingston upon Hull: Burlington, Hop & Vine, Minerva, Pave, Star of the West, Walters, Whalebone


Old Ellerby: Blue Bell

Ottringham: Watts Arms

Patrington: Station Hotel


Sandy Beaches Holiday Village

Humber Tavern

Stags Head

Roos Arms


Leven: New Inn, Hare and Hounds

Little Weighton: Black Horse

New Ellerby: Railway Inn

Roos: walkington: Ferguson Fawsitt

Wawne: Waggoners

Withernwick: Falcon Inn


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members discount scheme Our thanks go to the following local pubs where CAMRA members can take advantage of the following offers on production of their membership card: Hull Pubs Gardeners Arms, Cottingham Road, Hull: 10% of cask ales. Goodfellowship, Cottingham Road, Hull: 30p off per pint of cask ale and 20% off food Haworth Arms, Beverley High Road, Hull: Your 8th pint of cask ale free – AND 10% off cask ale for CAMRA members; Pave, Princes Avenue, Hull: 10% off cask ales; East Yorkshire Town and Village Pubs Dog and Duck, Beverley: 10p off a pint of cask ale and a meal deal Mon to Fri lunch; Royal Oak, Beverley: 10% off cask ale; Triton Inn, Brantingham: 10% off cask ale Marine Bar, Bridlington: 10% off cask ale; Red Hawk, Brough: 20p per pint off cask ale; Blue Bell, Cottingham: 10% off cask ale; Fair Maid, Cottingham: 10% off cask ale; The Railway Inn, Cottingham: 30p per pint or 15p per half pint off cask ale; The Tiger, Cottingham: 10% off cask ales and 50p off food King William IV, Cottingham: 10p per pint off cask ale; : 20p off a pint of cask ale; Old Falcon, The Butcher’s Dog, : 10p off a pint of real ale or cider; Haven Arms, Hedon: 50p off a pint of Cask Ale/25p off a half pint; 18 Hed’on Inn, Hedon: 10% off cask ales; (NEW) Marine Hotel, Hornsea: 10% off cask ale; Stackhouse Bar, Hornsea: 20p per pint off cask ales, happy hour 4-7 Mon to Thurs all ales £3 a pint (NEW) Beech Tree, Kirk Ella: an Ember Inns offer of 20p off a pint of cask ale; Old Mill, Langtoft: 10p off a pint of cask ale; New Inn, Leven: 10% off cask ale; Carpenters Arms, Market Weighton: a loyalty card is offered to CAMRA members; Sandpiper, Melton: 20% off food; The Gnu, North Newbald: 10% off cask ale; The Star, Sancton: 10% off cask ale; The Ship Inn, Sewerby: 10p off a pint of cask ale; Ferguson Fawsitt, Walkington: 10% off a pint of cask ale (NEW) Green Dragon, Welton: 10% off cask ale; Warton Arms, Woodmansey: 10% off cask ale; BeerinaBottle, Beverley: 5% off bill (with delivery in the HU postcode area for £2.95 per case) You can also use your Wetherspoons 50p vouchers which are now valid for real cider as well and for real ale and with a meal deal. 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 and asking bar-staff if they offer a discount even when a pub is not listed above. You may get a nice surprise!

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members discount scheme (cont) 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 0HPEHUVKLSOHDÀHWV Guide. If the pub where you found this magazine does not have any, please let me know. 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 Why Join CAMRA? but there is no typical CAMRA member these days. As you will note when you come to our beer festivals, real ale drinkers and CAMRA members are of both genders, many ethnicities, bearded,

and to work towards your pint being good value for money. The traditional advantages of membership are: ฀ ฀ ฀ Guide; ฀ the latest news on CAMRA nationally and details of beer festivals and social events; ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

activities (Hull and East Yorkshire branch members only); selling Good beer Guide;

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CAMRA membership card holders; vouchers); (see national website for the latest offers);

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A Campaign

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social event report by steve allison Saturday 14th November saw eleven Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA members venturing south to support our neighbouring branch at the 2nd Grimsby Beer Festival. Real ale does not have a area a detail which Grimsby CAMRA are trying to rectify by promoting events such as this. Despite being on a small scale, 24 beers and 4 ciders, we had a fantastic time with our Grimsby cohorts. After four hours sampling the predominantly local beers at the festival we chose to get a breath of fresh rain and visited a couple of local pubs starting with the Hope & Anchor. The three beers on offer were reduced to only one as one ran out and another was being changed but the Wells Bombardier available was on good form. Then it was onto one of the strangest venues I have been to, The Barge, which is exactly that, a former working barge now a licensed bar sited in a dry dock. Here we were treated to Wychwood Hobgoblin and Wells Bombardier and some very tasty food.

With the bus station a handful of metres away and the rain falling steadily we decided to head homeward but this wasn’t the end of the day’s

festivities with an impromptu but necessary comfort break in Barton. Here visits were made to the GBG listed George Inn, where the beer quality was disappointing, and the Huntsman before we headed back to Hull. Travelling by bus meant we were able to make use of Stagecoach’s East Midland Day Out ticket that gives unlimited travel on Stagecoach services in Hull and throughout Lincolnshire all for a very reasonable £8.50 and which provided us with despite the autumnal weather.

On Saturday 28th November, 14 hearty souls braved wintery friends in the Scarborough Bridlington. Meeting in the Telegraph, a former branch Pub of the Farmers Blonde, Slaters Top Totty and Theakstons Old Peculier. Together with 6 Scarborough members we then headed to the Old Ship Inn, which offered Thwaites Wainwright, Morlands (Greene King) Old Speckled Hen Fullers London Pride. After a comfortable 45 minutes it was on up the High Street where visits were made to Queens Hotel, offering Wold Top Wold Gold, and the Black Lion with Old Speckled Hen. The façade

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of the Black Lion remains as took place with the pub in disguise as the Royal Oak, Walmington-on-Sea. Across the road in the Market Place is the newly re-opened and refurbished Packhorse Inn where we were served Wold Top Anglers Reward and Brains Reverend James. From here we braved the elements to walk up the road to take a bus to the other side of Bridlington and a visit to the Marine Bar, proclaiming to be ‘Bridlington’s Best Pub’. For our delectation and in discount we chose from John Smith’s Cask, Wold Top Bitter, Taylor’s Landlord, Well’s Bombardier Gold and Black 21 Pearl along with Weston’s Old Rosie cider. After a brisk but bracing walk down the promenade we were ready for another drink and there were no complaints about the choice on offer in the Prior John with Partners Stout and About proving very popular. Before boarding our train back to Hull we had time for a Hotel with its range of Wold Top beers plus Wychwood Hobgoblin. A great day out was had by all planned which included an invitation to Scarborough in the New Year. Hopefully the weather will be more clement than it was in Bridlington.




WRITING A BOOK ABOUT A UNIQUE PUB In July 2015, the Junction pub in Castleford now widely known as the ‘home of beers from the wood’ celebrated its stewardship of Maureen Shaw and Neil Midgley, becoming nationally revered as the of wood casks in the beer industry. From early 2014 the pub has served an ever changing range of guest beers from a multitude of brewers only from its own wooden casks, uniquely the only pub in the country and probably the world to do so.

the hospitality and alcoholic beverage industry specializing in the service and knowledge of beer) got me under way. She advised me to use plenty of quotes from people to give the personal touch. And that was where the process began. I visited the pub many times during the next few months (as if I needed any excuse) to talk to as many locals as I could. I also interviewed Master Cooper, Alastair Simms and several of the brewers who provide the beer most notably Mike Hiscock from Elland Brewery.(below0


Chairman of the West Riding branch of the Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood, Ian Cole; and from Bill English from the SPBW National Executive Committee. Not happy with that I asked renowned beer writer and editor of the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, Roger Protz to write a foreword for me knowing that he had visited the pub on a couple of notable occasions. He agreed and by this point I had a vast amount of information. However, by early September I still had no idea how I was going to bring everything together. The only thing was to start writing. Suddenly the light went on and all the chapters began to fall into place. With reality level the next step was

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In March of this year I decided that, having previously written many articles for CAMRA magazines, I would attempt to write something rather longer which turned out to be a book about my favourite pub. With the blessing of Maureen and Neil I began to think about how to write it. It was not going to be a straight narrative but something based around topics. A chance meeting in beer sommelier (a trained professional who works in

of “beer from the wood”, Simon Bolderson (to whom the book is dedicated) from Ridgeside Brewery in Leeds died last year but his wife Sally kindly came to my rescue and valuably provided key information. Local broadcaster and writer Ian Clayton not only provided important advice but also supplied a foreword, details of the local beer scene in Castleford prior to the Junction reopening, an anecdote and much more. I also obtained contributions from the Chairman of CAMRA, Albert Bradbury; the

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funding. Friends Chris Peat and Rich Jones together with the plot thickened! I approached a number of printers for quotes based on around 80 pages and although not the cheapest, but by far the most helpful, I decided Brothers in Featherstone as recommended by Ian Clayton. They advised that the maximum number of pages for assembling by the cheapest method was around 100 so that was now my target. No one has as many photographs connected with the Junction continued on next page

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FROM JUNK TO JUCTION BY DAVID LITTEN as me and with nothing particular in mind became most relevant. Together with others supplied by Maureen and helpful friends (particularly of the early days), the number of pages grew to around 130 pages. With serious editing I decided to limit the number of photographs to 50 of the best and the target size reduced dramatically. Next up was the proof reading. I had plenty of offers and accepted them all, with perhaps the most careful of the scrutinizers being Richard Coldwell and John Grant Gibson. Meanwhile funding became an issue. Maureen and Neil had selected the Alzheimer’s Society as their chosen charity. Generous friends, breweries and businesses all chipped in and the result was that these contributions almost fully covered the cost of printing enabling most of the sales to go straight to our charity. Good on you folks. Much appreciated. Several proof copies came and went with many changes and even after the last one I still took the risk of making 30 more changes without any outside assistance. With this burden on my mind plans for the launch had to be made. We don’t do things by halves when it comes to the Junction and this was to be no exception. I arranged with Mike at Elland brewery to organize a special beer with a book related name –

Codex. Neil sorted out some special rare beers aged in the wood from Cheshire Brewhouse (Govinda) and Kirkstall Brewery (Herzblut).

I asked Maureen not to get sandwiches in but to prepare her pièce de résistance – Cas Caviar (if you don’t know what that is, purchase the book or call in at the pub). Noted beer writer Barrie Pepper and local broadcaster Ian Clayton agreed to say something and Rich Jones offered to lead the renditions of the pub anthems accompanied by glorious Colin Williams on the piano.

60 and 80 happy souls in attendance. We drank the beers, made the speeches, sang the songs and ate the snap. Most importantly, quite a few books were sold in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. In closing, considering that I have never written at such length before, I would like to thank Maureen and Neil for trusting me to write about them. A special partnership providing us with the most unique pub for special beer, while at the same time creating a fabulous place for the many locals summed up by one of their number as “the heart and soul of the community. The Junction auntie's front room and all your family are there” and by another as “a pub with soul. A 25 Real Pub for Real People.”

And so to the evening of 26th November 2015. Maureen and Neil had been donated a display case for the pub put it to good use setting out my wares. The lighting inside even worked. I could not have planned it better. Friends, brewers and supporters from CAMRA and SPBW came from all over Yorkshire to add their support to that of the locals – it was unbelievable – Bradford, Doncaster, Halifax, Keighley, Leeds, Selby,

Books are still available from either the pub or myself in person at £7.50 or by mail order from me for £10.

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East Ridings Magnificent Seven????? Well this is the last trip of the year for the GBG 2017 surveys. This survey took place on October 11th.

at Dunswell where we start our day. Just situated out of Hull on the main road to Beverley (A1174) this pub with its nautical theme has a welcoming feel to it as soon as you step inside. With a separate area to dine in, drink at the bar or even take a wander out into the spacious garden area for a sit down you are made more than welcome by the hosts. On the bar we had two LocAle beers from Great Newsome their Frothingham Best and Sleck Dust and Kimberley Bitter from Hardys & Hansons (Greene 26 King). If you end up having one too many you can always get a room for the night In the the pub, (see their website for details).

We have to leave the Ship Inn and pay a visit to the “new kid on the block “over in This micro pub on Middle St South is the branches Cider Pub Of The Year 2015 and with its large selection of cider and perry on offer I’m not surprised. Besides the cider and perry a differing array of

ales weere waiting on the bar so we soon got stuck in tasting them .Dunscar Stout 4% from Dunscar Bridge (Bolton, Lancs.); Northallerton Dark; from Nottingham’s Magpie Brewery their best bitter 4.2%; Topaz IPA from Great Heck and York’s Rudgate Spectrale a James Bond thing I’m lead to believe Such a varied choice, something for everyone.

Sadly time catches up and Mariners on the corner of Eastgate and Dunns Lane was our next pub. A traditional ‘back street’ boozer is the Mariners. Marstons are the owners so beer comes from their catalogue. Today on offer; Ringwood’s Best Bitter, Banks’ Sunbeam and a seasonal Botanicale some expected to be a dark beer available but sadly it wasn’t. Our last visit we got a challenge from our partially sighted member Cliff to a game of darts, no he didn’t win as the marker kept informing him of the wrong score twice. It was all game of pool was hinted at but nothing came of that.

ceiling is testament to this, covered in scarfs and shirts. He openly admits to following a London club, not sure if it’s Millwall or Leyton Orient, he will soon let me know. On to the ales. John Smiths cask the house beer alongside this was Double Top Brewery from Worksop their Bad Boy 4.7% bitter, Caledonian Drop Kick, a rugby world cup themed beer and Wold Top Anglers Reward. You always get a good pint here. We go over the allotted time so we must leave and get to Nafferton. The Kings Head. This is an ‘L’ shaped design with two bars, a dining area and a very large garden. The food menu is created by the owner and locally sourced ingredients are used, this includes the range of only Yorkshire bottled beers on sale. The hand pull selection presently is two after refurbishment this is to increase. Our choices were from Wold Top Headland Red and from Pennine Brewery, A Good Try at 4%. The cider on sale is a Moorlands;

Off again and this time, a little walk down to the Spread Eagle at the corner Exchange Street and Eastgate (200yds). Bob the licensee has a passion about football as the

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as you read this the pub will be open. We are to sample Old Speckled Hen, Anglers Reward and Best Bitter from Wold Top, Wells Bombardier. During our visit we had time to have our photos taken and a chat with the Mayor of Bridlington, Councillor John Copsey who knows where to

beers today Best bitter, also was Rudgate Chocolate Stout and Pennines Festival Fuel. Westons Old Rosie was the choice of cider. Also on the bar was a novelty ‘grim reaper’ a Halloween toy which when you place your hand near the loved it and wouldn’t leave it

Back on to the bus on towards is on the last two prizes now and are soon award to the winners. a few meters from the railway station. It has its own brewery on site and demand for the beers is high. Not only the brewery but the owners are refurbishing the Pack horse in the old town and hopefully


Last one Marine Bar on the promenade is a regular in the Good Beer Guide. With views looking out to sea this is a popular retreat for many we arrived we couldn’t take advantage but we could with the ales on the bar. Timothy Taylor Landlord, John Smiths Cask and a selection from Wold Top are the regular

alone. Acklams and all the Licensees for their hospitality during the survey trip.



Always available Black Sheep and Timothy Taylors with regular changing local guest ales Supporting LocAle Breweries, a wide selection of quality wines and spirits Why not try our curry night every Thursday and Mexican every Friday all @ £5pp Open for breakfast weekdays from 7.30am, weekends/bank holidays from 8am Daily cook to order menu all day (except Sunday) Carvery every day (lunch/evening) Function room available for private use

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Coming soon HULL REAL ALE & CIDER FESTIVAL organised by the hull & east yorkshire branch of CAMra over 120 real ales -25 real ciders plus international bottled beer

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FOLLOWmaggie THE TIGERS ON THE AMBER TRAILlitten marvelous in mexborough by david 6DWXUGD\WK'HFHPEHU±5RWKHUKDP Next to the station is The Bridge Inn(S60 1RB) which is 2016 GBG listed and serves locally brewed beers, microbrewery ales and cider. This pub was the Street which is closer to New York Stadium, there is The Bluecoat, The Crofts (S60 2JD). Originally a charity school opened in 1776 and now a Wetherspoons pub, a four times winner of Rotherham CAMRA Pub of the Year. Monday 28th December - Preston North End 15:00: Summers, 195 Watling St (PR2 8AB) The pub welcomes a mix of away and home support and are friendly towards families. It serves Theakstons on draught, and excellent pie, chips, mushy peas and gravy. The Black Horse, 166 Friargate (PR1 2EJ), is a grade 2 listed building in the main shopping area a CAMRA GBG 2016 pub, up to 5 Robinsons ales are avaialable in this historic pub the interior is well worth a visit. Friday 1st January - QPR 17:15 sells the full range of Fuller’s beers and the Thai food menu there even had Weeping Tiger on the Police Box). Beers served included Fuller’s London Pride, Marston’s E.P.A. and Sharp’s Doombar. The landlords father played for Celtic in the 1950’s. Saturday 23rd January - Fulham 15:00: Fulham High St, (SW6 3JS) has a wonderful atmosphere. This is a traditional pub with hanging plates and horrible carpet, this is a ‘real’ English pub - no gastro-pub here. The other is a CAMRA 2016 GBG pub the White Horse,1-3 Parsons Green (SW6 4UL) a M&B pub which normally boasts 6 guest beers there is an upstairs area to get away from the crowds. Again for that drink whilst waiting for the train home, the Parcel Yard at Kings Cross Station, has a full range of Fuller’s cask ales - plus guest ales and premium draught beers too. Saturday 6th February - Burnley 15:00: Bridge Bier Huis, 2 Bank Parade, (BB11 1UH) is a large open plan free house, serving 4 guest beers as well as cider and perry. A regular CAMRA award winner. The Talbot Hotel, 65 Church Street, (BB11 2RS) is also a popular venue, and has recently been refurbished, it dates back to the 1800’s, two guest beers are normally on offer as well as 6 regular ales. The licensee is a cask ale enthusiast so the beers should be well looked after. Saturday 13th February - Blackburn 15:00: The Postal Order,15-19 Darwen Street, (BB2 2BH) pub around the country. Serves beers from the local breweries such as Twaites, Moorhouse’s, Three B’s and Hopstar, CAMRA members get a 5% discount and please check out the CAMRA corner in the pub, with all the local and national CAMRA news. The Black Bull, Brokenstone Road, (BB3 0LL) is a drinkers mecca.A good 25 minuteswalk from the ground, a GBG 2016 pub has an eclectic clientele you must visit this pub which is also the home of Three B’s Brewery. 7XHVGD\UG)HEUXDU\,SVZLFKEight pubs are entered into the GBG for 2016 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. Saturday 5th March - Birmingham 15:00: The Old Joint Stock, 4 Temple Bar, (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. 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) 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, a CAMRA GBG 2016 pub.

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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 password) then you will see at the top of each pub entry a Submit Updates button. This brings up an online form, which when submitted sends

CAMRA members can also assist in the selection of pubs for the Good Beer Guide by scoring the quality of the beer 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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Normal Opening times Wed-Sat 5pm-11pm and Sunday 12pm-9pm for food & drink. Cask ales include Tetleys bitter, Timothy Taylor Landlord NORMAL OPENING HOURS WEDNESDAY TOand SATURDAY 5PM-11PM AND SUNDAY 12PM-9PM FOR FOOD & DRINK.

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40 years of hull of hull & east yorkshire camra Introduction It was in July 1996, on the branch’s 21st anniversary that the regional director agreed change the name of the branch from “The Hull Branch” to “The Hull & East Yorkshire Branch”. during this period was the resignation, in March 2002, of founder committee member Tim Bolton. Tim had served on the committee in various posts for 29 years by the time of his resignation and been involved events, not least the attempt to buy Nellies in 1975. Branch Matters From 1996 only pubs that met

32 one of the following criteria were eligible for survey for inclusion in the Good Beer Guide (GBG)

a. Pub was in the previous year’s GBG and still eligible b. Pub had already been agreed for inclusion in the following year’s GBG c. A pub nominated for its beer quality the adoption of the national criteria for voting for the Pub of The Year which were (and still are) a. Community Focus – Does the pub support/advertise local teams/ events etc. b. Atmosphere – How do

drinkers feel generally about the pub c. Campaigning – Does the pub uphold and support CAMRAs values and campaigns by i. displaying both price lists and opening times in visible locations ii. using a glass with the same logo as the beer being dispensed iii. Using lined oversized glasses d. Quality of Beer e. Value for money – based on a cost per strength ratio to be determined In 2001 the branch, set up a beer tasting panel to provide tasting notes for beers included in the GBG and the brochures provided for local beer festivals. Pub Mirror Pub Mirror editors came and went during this period but it was in 1992 that Alan Canvess took on the role and was solely responsible for 50 editions up to 2002. Changes to the magazine included, name changes, the start of the “Pubs With” section, an increase in both size and circulation and change to quarterly publication from 2001 award in 2001 (set up to

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recognise the quality of Yorkshire branch magazines) Pub Mirror was Highly Commended for its quality of content. Campaigning The main thrust for the branch’s campaigning efforts centred on the cost of beer and the effects of duty on that cost. In order to highlight the former the branch managed to persuade a number of pubs to per pint for a period of two months. It was this which led to the “Pubs With” section in Pub Mirror. As part of the national campaign to highlight the difference in beer duty between England and France two local breweries, Old Mill and Hull Brewery, agreed to allow their beer to be sold at 26p off the normal selling price. The promotion, which took place at Ye Old Black Boy, High Street, Hull featured a special “Axe the Tax” social to which all the local MPs and the local press were invited. There is no record of which, if any, MPs actually attended. Pub Preservation With the arrival on the committee in 1995 of new (PPO) Lynne Glazzard the protect pubs. At the time the Hull City Council were revising the local plan (the policy document that determines how planning applications will

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Part three, 1995-2004 by ken smith be dealt with), Unfortunately her attempts to persuade them to include pub friendly policies in it proved fruitless. The Hull Pubs Group, set up to survey pubs for inclusion in the Yorkshire Regional Guide of Pubs with Historic Interiors, also used the details it collected to update the listed buildings list, either by adding new pubs to it or to amend existing descriptions. There were some successes and not only were a number of pubs listed but some alterations to pubs were reversed. In 1995 and 1996 respectively two Hull pubs, The Oberon, Queen Street and The Golden Ball, Air Street came under threat for different reasons. Sadly despite the best efforts of the branch to save them while the Golden Ball is a brick wall. The other local loss was The New Holderness Inn, 22 Witham. The interior of this pub was considered so important that the council issued a Building Preservation Notice on it and the branch forming a consortium to buy it. Despite these the interior was completely rmoved and the building turned into a night club, Jack rabbit Slims. Beer Festivals

this decade were held at the New Clarence and such was

in its original format with monthly presentations.

the branch was able to buy a computer. The branch’s 21st anniversary, in 1996, was marked with a themed festival celebrating Yorkshire independent breweries. The 1997 festival almost didn’t happen as The New Clarence was unavailable but it was eventually staged in December that year.

The Pub of The Year award underwent two changes during

The next big change for the festival was the move to the Mortimer Suite at the City Hall, a location that was to host the event for a total of nine consecutive years. The extra space afforded by these new surroundings led to a number of changes including:

On the branch’s 21st birthday in February 1995 (which coincided with long serving branch member Alan Sykes 40th) Hull Brewery produced a one off brew named Psychedelic, apparently “to

and East Yorkshire and the second in 2004 introduced the current system of awards for Hull, East Yorkshire Town and East Yorkshire Village. Branch Social Activity

birthday party was held at The Haworth Arms.

1. A complete smoking ban 2. A membership stand 3. A pub and beer related a quiz 4. Hot food

An idea dubbed “Entertrainment” saw the branch run two bars on Arriva trains Hull – Scarborough line in August and September 2001 but due to lack of support plans for future ones were abandoned.

5. Live entertainment Awards The Pub Mirror award was initiated in 1997 and presented to landlords and landladies who showed a “Continuing commitment to real ale”. Winners were nominated by branch members and the award continued for ten years

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Goodmanham Arms, Main Street GOODMANHAM, YO43 5JA (01430) 873849 Regular Beers: Peg Fyfe Dark Mild (ABV 3.6%), Mischief Maker Copper Ale (ABV 3.8%), Gooders Gold (ABV 4%), Wayward Angel Blonde/Citrus (ABV 4.0%), Ragged Robin Ruby Ale (4.8%), No Notion Porter (ABV 5.6%), Elder and Wiser (ABV 3.8%) BLO - John Ashton

The Telegraph 110 Quay Road BRIDLINGTON, YO16 4JB 01262 674592 Regular Beers: Quay Gold (ABV 4.2%), Jackdaw (ABV 4.5%) BLO - Tony Garrett

A recent seasonal ale was All Hallows Scream, brewed using pumpkins.

ATOM 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%) 36 BLO - Chris Smith

Readers may be aware that the Bridlington Brewery is situated in the grounds of the Telegraph Inn in Bridlington and that the owners have had to cut down substantially on the frequency of their brewing, while they set to renovating the Pack Horse Inn, which they have now re-opened on a permanent basis in Bridlington’s old town. Now they have a little more time available, they are working on the They hope to be brewing again December or January, supplying both their pubs with the well known and well regarded dark ale, Jackdaw, a more recent addition to their repertoire, Bulldog, a light-coloured 4% beer and a new, as yet unnamed, IPA.


Atom continue to spread their wings with a launch of their brews in Stockholm, Sweden at the legendary Stockholm Beer and Whisky festival back in September. Above is the Oliver Twist bar in Stockholm where Allan held a meet the Brewer night.

BIRD BRAIN 30 Hallgate, HOWDEN Goole, DN14 7SL (01430) 432166 Regular Beers: Shiny’s (ABV 3.9%), Howden Bitter (ABV 3.9%) BLO - Stewart Campbell

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Building 40, Humber Business Park, Saltgrounds Road, BROUGH, HU15 1ED 07773 938380 Regular Beers: Blond (ABV 4.5%), Jade (ABV 4.0%), Black Pearl Treacle Stout (ABV 5%), BLO - John Rushforth Seasonal ales Orange Asselby Porter (ABV 4.5%), brewed in collaboration with the landlord of Whelan’s at Asselby, and Crystal Belle Blond (ABV 3.8%)

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Brewery news HULL, HU12 0NR (01964) 612201 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 - Stewart Campbell Great Newsome have introduced two new ‘craft’ beers available in bottles from the farm. They are sold in 330ml bottles and named “Little Jem Hodgsons” a US Style IPA” at 6% abv and “Little Jem Pearl” a vanilla porter at 5.1% abv.

HALF MOON Half Moon Brewery 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%) BLO - Vacant A recent seasobal ale was released in October called Autumn Hew (ABV 4.1%). A light copper pale ale, brewed with four different malts and three English hops.

OLD MILL Mill Street, SNAITH, DN14 9HU (01405) 861813 Regular Beers: Mild (ABV 3.4%), Bitter (ABV 3.9%), Old Curiosity (ABV 4.5%), Bullion (ABV 4.7%), Blonde Bombshell (ABV 4.0%),

WOLD TOP Hunmanby Grange, Wold Newton DRIFFIELD, YO25 3HS (01723) 892222 Regular Beers: Bitter (ABV 3.7%), Wold Gold (ABV 4.8%), Headland Red (ABV 4.3%), Anglers Reward (ABV 4.0%) What better way to herald the festive season that with a drop of 5 Wold Rings? A wise old Owl once said: “Some nights the moon can surprise you, look out for the rings around it”. A bright crisp beer with an amber colour from the Maris Otter, Amber and Cara malts and a light citrusy bitterness from Cascade and Northdown Hops. A festive beer local and if they haven’t got it, please ask them to get some in. Directors and staff at Wold Top Brewery are celebrating after the Hunmanby business’ the Scarborough News Business Awards. The winners of the awards were announced on 20th November at a Celebration Dinner were unable to choose between the brewery and Scarborough sheet metal duct forming business, Firmac, so they took the Wold Top Brewery’s Export Manager, Kate Balchin said: “We’re proud of our export achievements and are delighted to be sharing this victory with Firmac.”

Old Mill Christmas beer is Santa’s Midnight Moonshine (ABV 4.7%) available ‘til December 25th. available in January and the February brew Springs Eternal (ABV 4.0%) a golden ale with fruity hops.

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Brewery news YORKSHIRE BREWING COMPANY Brewery Wharf 70 Humber Street, HULL, HU1 1TU (01482) 618000 Regular Beers: True North (ABV 4.1%), Supernatural Blonde (ABV 4.5%), Mutiny (ABV 3.6%), Yorkshire Passion (ABV 4.5%), Oregon Gold (ABV 4.5%), Moondance (ABV 4.5%), Raspberry Tipple (ABV 4.8%), Strawberry Blonde (ABV 4.8%), Honeymoon (ABV 4.8%). BLO - Mark Bainton The brewery has been busy over recent months installing additional equipment which will see its capacity increase by 400% from the end of the year. This expansion includes a series of tanks which will allow the brewery Cider: Medium Sweet Cyder (ABV 6.2%), Medium Dry Cyder (ABV 6.2%), Fruit Cyders and Apple Juice.

NEW BREWERY As mentoned elsewhere in this issue a new brewery has opened in the Old Town in Hull, Cat Head Brewery in Scale Lane, is the brain child of the well known local licensee Allan Murphy. The brewery has only been brewing a couple of months but is already getting a good name for itself. Brews are available at the Lion & Key one of Allan’s pubs in the old town. We hope to have further news about the brewery in the next edition. Brews that we are aware of so far are : Killing in the Grain a 7.2% ABV mild and a 4.0% pale ale surprisingly called Pale Ale.

craft beer, while also extend its range of bottle conditioned beers. Recent new product launches include

38 Dunkelweiss™, a dark German style

wheat beer with unique chocolate and fruit characteristics; Also, Polar Beer™ is a new special seasonal Double IPA infused with spices, fruit and a hint of aged Bourbon. During December the brewery plans to launch several further new products plus a full range of bottle conditioned beers. Looking ahead to Spring 2016, Yorkshire Brewing Company will be offering various Ale Trails and Brewery Tours in association with P&O Ferries and a number of other partners. For more information and to make bookings please contact Guy Falkingham on 01482 618000.

MOORLANDS FARM CYDER (York) Ltd Moorland Farm, Cliffe Road North Newbald YORK, YO43 4SR (01430) 827359

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camra club of the year 2015 Club Mirror magazine and and breweries we also have a thriving clubs section so here is the latest news from our National Clubs section. Four clubs catering to members with interests as far ranging as motoring, the RAF and politics - but sharing a love of real ale - have been Campaign for Real Ale’s Club of theYear competition. The Albatross RAFA Club in Bexhill-on-Sea, the Cheltenham Motor Club, the Kinver Constitutional Club and the Orpington Liberal Club have all been put through

the best clubs serving real ale – those which offer a fantastic atmosphere, welcoming surroundings and most importantly, top quality real ale served in great condition. The four clubs that have award-winning CAMRA clubs from the across the country and between them have won almost thirty accolades. John Holland, Chairman of CAMRA’s Clubs Advisory commented: “CAMRA’s Club of the Year Competition continues to go from strength


to strength as more and more clubs show great commitment to quality real ale. “This has made it increasingly Regional Club of the Year and then get through to the become CAMRA’s Club of the Year 2016”. Clubs are nominated by CAMRA branches across the of volunteer CAMRA members throughout the year. to wait until Spring next year to discover which will be named CAMRA’s Club of the Year.


NORTHSIDE ROAD, HOLLYM, HU19 2RS. A Traditional Village Inn offering a friendly warm welcome and up to 5 regularly changing Real Ales, Bed & Breakfast, Bar Meals & Snacks, Games Room with Sky TV, Beer Garden, Pool & Darts Teams competing in local Leagues e-mail :- Find us on

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chairman’s reflections by stewart campbell

I am writing this column after what has been a traumatic couple of months personally so can I begin by thanking all those who have passed on their condolences and best wishes following the death of my partner Janet in October, it was much appreciated. The last couple of months have seen a busy branch social agenda thanks to the branch social secretary, Steve Allison, with visits to Keighley & Worth Valley


beer festival, Grimsby beer festival, Bridlington and York. It was good to meet up with our neighbouring branches at Grimsby and with Scarborough CAMRA when visiting Bridlington. Any members who fancy a couple of hours visiting good pubs, drinking great beer and having in future. The branch celebrated the 40th anniversary of the formation of the branch with a beer festival in Holy Trinity Church as part of their food festival in October. Thanks to all those who attended so please make a note in your diary of next years Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival to be held in Holy Trinity from 14-16 April 2016.

Locally the number of pubs closing and coming under threat of re-development has increased to a worrying degree. The branch, through Ken Smith, are monitoring these cases and making representation to both Hull City and East Riding of Yorkshire Councils but in order to survive and thrive pubs need the most basic level of support, customers. So please remember a pub is or lose it.

Hop Pole Kingston Road Willerby 01482 672911 3 Real Ales including Greene King IPA for £2.10 And Guest Ales from £2.40 rotating on a regular basis Cask Marque We are open daily from 9am Food is served 9am – 10pm Quiz Nights every Sunday & Wednesday Live music – Saturdays Reach us on our Facebook page Or email Hull and East Yorkshire CAMRA

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pubs with............................ Interior or internal features of outstanding historic interest: These Pubs are on CAMRAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 Only) 'ULIÂżHOG - The Butchers Dog Hollym - Plough Inn Kingston Upon Hull - Hop & Vine 5HDOGUDXJKWFLGHU QRWNHJ East Yorkshire: Beverley - Cornerhouse : Green Dragon : Tiger Dog & Duck : Chequers Bridlington - Prior John Cottingham - Cross Keys : Railway King William IV 'ULIÂżHOG - Tiger Inn : Old Falcon : Butchers Dog Dunswell - The Ship Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Hedon - Haven Arms Hessle - Hawke formerly Admiral Hawke Hornsea - Smugglers 42 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 5HDOGUDXJKWFLGHU QRWNHJ Kingston Upon Hull Clubs and Pubs: Adelphi Club : Admiral of the Humber The Gardenerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 'ULIÂżHOG- Tiger Inn Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Hornsea - Rose & Crown Kingston Upon Hull - Rising Sun Duke of York (Sutton)

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$TXLHWURRP(no piped music or juke box, TV, electronic games): Beverley - White Horse Inn : Woolpack : Chequers Bridlington - Old Ship Inn Cottingham - King William IV 'ULIÂżHOG- Bell Hotel Great Kelk - Chestnut Horse Goodmanham - Goodmanham Arms Kingston Upon Hull - Olde Black Boy : St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s /LFHQVHHZKRKDVJDLQHG&DVN0DUTXH 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 - Bay Horse Cottingham - Blue Bell : Duke of Cumberland Railway ; Cross Key ; Fair Maid 'ULIÂżHOG Ferriby - Duke of Cumberland Hedon - Shakespeare Hessle - Marquis of Granby: Norland: Darleys Howden - White Horse 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 /LFHQVHHZKRKDVJDLQHG&DVN0DUTXH 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

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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 normally provided at the end of the meeting. Wednesday - 6th January - Sailmakers, High Street, Hull Wednesday - 3rd February - Bay Horse, Wincolmley, Hull Wednesday - 2nd March - $*0 George Hotel, Land of Green Ginger, Hull - members only 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 yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Good Beer Guide, look out for further details on our web site, Facebook page and Twitter. 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, but here are a couple to tickle your taste buds: Sunday 17 Jan Branch social to Skidbrooke Cider Wassail, Nr Louth The 38th Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival will take place at Holy Trinity Church, Lowgate, Hull Thusrday 14th April to Saturday 16th April 2016. See web site and social media for regular updates. Staff always needed - please contact our PRESS AND PUBLICITY OFFICER, ANGELA CAWTE - or telephone 07904 252910


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