Cobbett's opened as a real ale off licence in September 2010 and in July 2014 expanded with a micropub (the first in Surrey). Beers are available on draught with at least three beers available at the beginning of the week, increasing to six or seven on sale Friday and Saturday. Some are sold by handpump, others direct from the cellar. Six further beers are sold by keycask.
Opened in June 2019. There are three cask beers and nine lines which are used for a mixture of key keg and keg beers and cider. An electronic board to the right of the bar gives full details of the draught beers available. A good range of cans and bottles can be found in the fridge behind the bar.
Opening was delayed due to the outbreak of Covid-19 but the Horse & Groom finally opened its doors on 14th July 2020. Three hand pumps are complemented by eight keg taps serving local craft ales, lagers and stouts. Local traditional still cider and a range of wines and spirits are available. No food, but a selection of bar snacks offered.
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Micropub for the Brightwater brewery. The pub vies to be the smallest in Great Britain with only room for one or two customers ordering inside. The changing beers feature those brewed by Brightwater in rotation, with an occasional guest from another local microbrewery, served by handpumps and gravity. Gluten free bottled beers and branded glasses also sold.
Opened May 2015. Between four and six beers are sold depending on the time of the week and these change regularly. The beers are usually served straight from the cask but at busy times handpumps may be used. Around thirteen ciders and perries are also sold alongside four key cask beers.