Opened July 2015. A small but perfectly formed premises with a clever bespoke chiller room with sliding glass doors behind the bar containing six casks on stillage and three/four different ciders. There are at least three everchanging cask beers usually featuring the Oakham and Chiltern breweries. There are also three or four taps dispensing ales from key kegs.
The shop sells bottled beers from a number of British microbreweries plus other worldwide beers, including Belgian beers. The "tasting room" (the bar side) sells 2 or 3 cask beers under cask breather system plus 1 or 2 ciders, together with up to 12 craft keg beers.
Opened in October 2013 specialising in British bottled conditioned and quality foreign beers with a large range. In addition, there are taps for real draught ales for consumption on and off the premises. Hosts monthly beer events.
Brewery tap micropub next door to the brewery. Serves up to four ales, mostly from Billericay Brewery served on gravity, plus two other beers on keykeg. The micropub is also a beer shop with bottles from Billericay Brewery, plus other breweries as well as foreign beers.
The bar is in the engine room of the Denver Mill complex where once stood a mighty Blackstone diesel engine that powered the mill. All beer is on gravity as is a fine selection of cider. The pub serves six regular beers from the nearby Two Rivers brewery and one changing cask ale.
The 2018 Peterborough and District pub of the year. This micropub opened in June 2016 in what was a chemist's shop. Minimalist in style. Five hand pumps dispensing quality ales from far and wide. Expect the unusual. Regular tap take-overs and food nights add to the attraction.
Craft Yard (Tring)
The Cottage Parsonage Place Tring Hertfordshire HP23 4DG
Gin and craft beer tap and bottle bar in Tring. Ten rotating kegs every week. 90 different flavours of gin served with Fevertree Tonic and fresh fruity garnish. A wide selection of craft rums, bottled lager, cider, and various quality wines are also available.
Owned by Three Blind Mice Brewery. Small welcoming micropub in former shop premises with a nostalgia theme of old railway signs, posters and musical scores. Eight real ales are usually available and up to ten at other times, mostly sourced from local micro-breweries and others further afield.