East and Mid Surrey

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Jun 2019 Pub, Club and Brewery News

Monday 24 June 2019

Pub News

Hop Stop, Reigate has opened with 3 hand pumps and 9 craft taps.

The Six Bells, Horley has suffered fire damage and is expected to be closed until the autumn.

There is a planning application to convert the Blacksmiths Arms, Newchapel for residential use.

Change of use has been granted for the Jolly Farmers, Horne.

The Park Hatch, Cranleigh is for sale freehold.

Four Hops Reigate has changed hands.

Cobbetts, Dorking now has 5 hand pumps.

The Toby Carvery, Redhill has removed its hand pumps.

The Air Balloon, Horley has changed hands and now has 3 hand pumps.

The planning application for the White Lion, Redhill has been rejected. Subsequently reported that offers are now invited to run it as a pub but at a lease of £39,000 per annum.

The action group for The Limes, Merstham have donated the money they raised to charity.

Club News

Nothing to report.

Brewery News

Antoine’s - Nothing to report.

Dorking - 2 new beers are expected to be launched in time for the branch visit.

Faultline - Nothing to report.

Felday - Nothing to report.

Godstone - Nothing to report.

Leith Hill - Nothing to report.

Oxted - Nothing to report.

Pilgrim - Nothing to report.

Surrey Hills - Nothing to report.

Tillingbourne - Nothing to report.

Titsey - Nothing to report.

Off Licence News

Nothing to report.