Pub and Brewery News - January 2019

Wednesday 9 January 2019

The following pub and brewery news was reported at the Branch Meeting on Wednesday 9 January 2019 (repeat of the December committee meeting news, plus extra).

Yelverton Golf Club gained cask marque accreditation in September, serving Doom Bar plus guest; Woodside, city centre closes at 2359 in Friday eves; Falstaff Inn, Southway, now serves Doom Bar and lunchtime food daily; Who'd Have Thought It Inn no longer gives a CAMRA Discount on real ales or ciders; Maritime Inn, Barbican, closes at 2359 on Sundays; Leaping Salmon Inn, Horrabridge, reopened, serving a selection of constantly-changing local real ales; Swan Inn, Noss Mayo, has reopened under new licensees; Friary Vaults Social Club, St Judes, has reopened as Friary Vaults, a public house, also under new licensees; Tap Tinn, a craft beer bar and bottle shop, has opened in Tavistock and is open from 1200-2200 Wed-Sun, but accepts card payment only; Grenville Hotel, St Judes, is under new licensees – Good Luck to all new publicans in their new ventures!

Cask Marque Accreditation:

Has been gained by Rising Sun Inn, Compton, and the King's Arms, Oreston. However, the Ship’s Tavern, Elburton, no longer has accreditation.

Brewery News

The long-awaited 6 BBL plant has now been installed at Stannary in Tavistock. Two Drifters Brewery has relocated to Exeter from Vancouver, Canada, via Swansea, South Wales.