Grantham's first micropub which opened in March 2016. With 8 handpumps with swans' necks and eye level dispense the pub sells five rotating cask ales plus three ciders. It is a quiet pub with no fonts dispensing lagers and smooth flows.
Opened in March 2018. The pub serves up to six ever changing cask ales, craft beers, two ciders and a range of bottled beers and cans served in oversized glasses. Customers are welcome to bring in their own food.
Opened in June 2017. Six real ales and two real ciders always on, changing every week. The pub has its own microbrewery upstairs above the pub producing usually three of the six ales supplied on the bar.
Stamford's first micropub having opened in April 2018. The Copper Room serves genuine craft beer, small batch spirits and wines, awesome coffee and nibbles. Keg range is unique and changes fairly regularly. Also bottled beers including a great selection of classic Belgium Trappist brews.
Unique pub - one of only 22 pubs in the UK lit by gas lamps. Serving four regular beers from the upstairs brewery, plus a guest beer. Benches are set along the canal side for enjoying a drink during the summer and inside a roaring log burner to sit beside in the winter months.
Lincoln's first micropub (formerly the Hop and Barley). Became Imp & Angel July 2019. Refurbished in a modern bar theme featuring a full range of beers, ciders, wines and spirits. This pub serves four changing cask ales.
The first micropub to be opened in Lincolnshire. The building was part of the Priory of Spalding and is believed almost 800 years old. As well as the ground floor bar with its vaulted ceiling, a stone spiral staircase leads up to a gin bar. Beer is also available in one-third pint measures.