May 2019 Pub, Club and Brewery News
The former Hare in Lingfield has been demolished.
Red in Dorking had re-opened.
The Whyteleafe Tavern was closed for refurbishment.
The William Bray, Shere, remained closed, although the refurbishment was apparently complete. Staff recruitment was under way.
Cobbetts, Dorking – the new bar had been fitted but the hand pumps were awaited.
The Reigate micro-pub was expected to open in June.
The Old Reigatians Beer Festival had been very successful.
Antoine’s - Antoine had given up brewing and the brewery would be deleted from the BIS.
Dorking - Nothing to report.
Faultline - Brewing suspended following Antoine’s withdrawal.
Felday - Currently Legacy and Hill Climb were on sale at the Royal Oak.
Godstone - Will be at Godstoneberry Festival 12-14th July.
Leith Hill - Nothing to report.
Oxted - Nothing to report.
Pilgrim - Nothing to report.
Surrey Hills - The collaboration with De Molen, Bean & Gone, was a mere 10.3% and had gone on sale on 23 May.
Tillingbourne - Nothing to report.
Titsey - Nothing to report.
Off Licence News
Nothing to report.