East of England

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Craft Yard (Tring)

The Cottage
Parsonage Place
HP23 4DG

Tel: 01442 940354 / 07957 300759
Email: sj@thecraftyard.co.uk
Web: www.craftyard.net

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.

Drayman’s Son

29 Fore Hill
Cambridgeshire CB7 4AA

Tel: 07912 875825
Email: mice@threeblindmicebrewery.com

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.

Farmers Yard

140 High Street

Tel: 01621 854202
Email: farmers.yard@maldonbrewing.co.uk
Web: www.maldonmicropub.co.uk

This 400-year-old Grade ll-listed building is home to Maldon’s first micropub and bottle shop. The small public room has seating for twelve and a similar number of standing places. Complete range of Maldon Brewing Company’s bottled ales are complemented by a Belgian ale on tap.

Four Horseman

7 High Street
Bedfordshire SG19 1AG

Tel: 01767 220488
Email: feedback.fourhorsemen@gmail.com

Bright and airy two-room micropub with seating on stools around the bar and at glass-topped tables and on soft furnishings around low-level wooden tables. Ales are racked behind the bar in firkins with between two and four available at any one time. Opened 2017.


78 Storrington Way

Tel: 07756 066503
Email: steve@pubhistorysociety.co.uk
Web: www.frothblowers.site

Opened in February 2017. Five hand pumps offering a variety of ales ranging from dark to light. Also serve direct from the cask from the cellar. The pub tries to have at least a couple of dark beers available all the time. They also have the largest range of draught cider in the area with around 20 on at any one time.


19 Church Street
NR27 9ES

Tel: 01263 663543
Email: cromer@thegangway.co.uk
Web: www.thegangway.co.uk

Opened November 2019. Cromer’s only micropub is small but perfectly formed! Offering a selection of local and further afield small batch craft beers, with spirits, wines, coffees, cocktails and nibbles to match.

Garden City Brewery Tap

22 The Wynd
Letchworth Garden City

Tel: 07932 739558
Email: info@gardencitybrewery.co.uk
Web: www.gardencitybrewery.co.uk

Seating for up to 60 people, serving a selection of ever-changing, on-site brewed ales and guest beers direct from the cask (‘on gravity’) alongside local ciders, gin specials and other alcoholic, soft drinks and locally produced bar snacks.

Hop Beer Shop

173 Moulsham Street

Tel: 01245 353570
Email: thehopbeershop@outlook.com

Essex's first micropub. Four beers are served by gravity, and always include local breweries as well as interesting beers from around the country, with usually a stout or porter and a golden beer. In addition there are craft kegs, around 100 bottled beers from local and international breweries, and bottled cider.
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