Monthly Archives: October 2015

New Micropub to open in Stoneygate

New Micropub to open in Stoneygate

Two teachers have taken inspiration from the classroom and mixed it with booze to create a new educational ale house in Stoneygate.

Steven Tabbernor, 40, from Clarendon Park, and Ian Martin, 41, from Rutland, are hoping to bring real ale-ducation to the masses with a new micropub set to open next month.

The Real Ale Classroom, in Allandale Road, was successfully granted a liquor licence last week and now the race is on fit out the unit in time for Christmas.

The compact bar will stock a selection of beers, ciders, stouts, ales and perrys from around Leicestershire – as well as bordering counties – with educating drinkers on the finer points of locally brewed booze as its main aim.

Article Source Leicester Mercury

New Micropub planned for former Dentist Surgery

New Micropub planned for former Dentist Surgery

Another micropub is planned for the Derby area as the national boom in the industry continues.

An application has been made to Derby City Council to convert a former dentist’s surgery in Burton Road, Littleover.

Neil Mansell’s request for planning permission follows the opening of The Last Post, Uttoxeter Old Road, earlier this year, the owners of which, George Lambert and Walter Scott, were behind the Little Chester Ale House micropub that opened in November 2012.

Other local micropubs include the Marlpool Brewing Company in Marlpool, the Chip and Pin in Melbourne, the Chequered Flag in Castle Donington and the Cask and Pottle in Tutbury.

Article source The Derby Telegraph