Micropub opened in early 2015 in a railway arch, superb cladding inside, giving the feel of a waiting room at a railway station. Large outside decked area for enjoying long summer days! At least five gravity dispensed real ales and six ciders on offer, served from a rear room.
Opened September 2018. The “RAMS” theme relates to the view that Real Ales Make Sense. Bar counter situated to the left-hand side on pub behind which are seven "racks", chilled cabinets for the real ales and ciders/perries sold on gravity dispense.
This medium sized micropub comprises one room with benches and tables. The bar has four handpumps and more casks (gravity fed) in the cool room. It also has a range of keg beers and ciders and perries. Opened in November 2019.
7000 Jars of Beer
1 Crown Passage Unit H, Crown Arcade Kingston-upon-Thames Greater London KT1 1JB
Opened September 2017. Bottle shop/bar with four usually unfiltered and often container-conditioned beers dispensed from key kegs, including growler filling facilities. Draught beer sold in 2/3 pint sampling measures. Around 200 different bottled and canned beers also stocked.
Windsor's first micropub opened in 2020. In addition to the two casks, there are ten keg lines. A highlight are the five fridges with bottled and canned beer with a focus on local and international beers. The fridges are arranged by beer style, with one fridge for cider. The pub has a canning machine to can cask and keg beer for a take-away while you wait.
Trafalgar Court West Street Queenborough Kent ME11 5AD
A two-room micropub which opened in October 2016. Four real ales, including Kentish brews, are sold through hand pumps, along with a large range of twelve or more ciders/perries sold on gravity dispense. A plentiful mixture of high and low hand-crafted wooden benches and tables.
Micropub that opened in August 2013 in a former fishmonger's in a row of shops in the Westbrook district of town. Up to four real ales are served direct from the cask. Real ciders along with wine are also available.
The first micropub in Worthing opened in August 2013, offering a continually changing selection of ales from Sussex brewers. It is bigger on the inside than it may appear from the outside. The pub also sells Sussex ciders, wines and gin, even many of the soft drinks are from local producers. Small wooden anchors hang from the ceiling.