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Scarborough's first micropub serving variety of real ales ciders and perries, sourced through out the uk. this small pub is so welcoming and friendly. brian michelle and jack welcomes you and we are very dog friendly also. we serve 5 real ales and...more
Walked from Filey to Scarborough along the coastal path so we were thirsty when we got there! Great selection of beers and ciders in fact there must be something for everyone. On a Sunday lunchtime they put out a cheese board with donations to the...More
It clearly describes itself as a micro-pub and thats exactly what it is! One room and a small area outside to the front.
Up to 6 real ales and 20 ciders available and the prices do seem reasonable. £3.70 for a 4.5% perry
Excellent little bar with a great selection of ales, ciders etc. On this my first visit I wasn't sure which ale to try so I was given taster samples to help me decide. I settled for deckchair, a lovely hoppy bitter, one of the best...More
Him indoors, a massive real ale fan and long term CAMRA member had heard of this micropub before we visited Scarborough and so hunted it out - he was very impressed with the real ales - available in pints, half-pints and third-pints and I had...More
Fortunately it's not as small as I feared.
No it's not a cupboard, or a shoe rack..
A large Mercedes Van could get in. But watch opening the doors..
Whats far more important... It is very snug and welcoming.
Tasty beers. Many Beers and ciders....More
Had a couple of visits to this place during my 3 night stay in Scarborough (was recommended by a fellow Tripadvisor user). I was certainly not disappointed!
As a lover of real ale, this place is absolutely heaven. If by some chance you are a...More
I stumbled in here a few weeks after hearing good reviews. On previous visits I probably walked past the pub without seeing. As a real ale buff this was sheer utopia and the ales I had were all superb. Eventually one of my favourites (...More
Having found this little pub the previous evening we returned on Tuesday lunchtime with my elderly wine drinking mum. We had noticed they sold little individual bottles of a selection of wines. My husband and I had beer, my mum in law likes her ciders,...More
Found out about this place via CAMRA guide, as visitors to the town we had to ask about location and get a taxi, but well worth it. Very small inside and we initially felt we were intruding perhaps with locals but were soon made to...More