Covid Enforcement Action Following a number of reports about a pub in the Doncaster area disregarding covid restrictions, the pub has now been closed and a member of staff has been dismissed.
CAMRA has reported that over £100K worth of beer, cider and perry has been purchased through its beer delivery app Brew2You. Brew2You is a not-for-profit initiative where pubs and brewers can use the app free of charge 9except for £2/month Stripe user fee for payment processing). Some of our local pubs can be found on … Read more
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, has called on governments to adapt the tier systems to let all pubs trade in December, after new YouGov research finds that the majority of pub-goers believe that pubs and other hospitality venues offer a COVID-secure environment. The survey, conducted on the behalf of CAMRA, found that 82% of … Read more
The current opening times for Yorkshire Ales in Snaith are: Wed, Thu, Fri 5-10; Sat and Sun 2-4, 5-10. They are still doing deliveries and collections of beer.
The new brewery site is at Sandtoft and they hope to open a tap room there. The brewery is also now associated with 4 pubs which are Cadeby Inn, Don Valley Brewery Tap (Woolmarket in town centre), Blind Monkey (Sheffield) and the Coach & Horses in Barnburgh (currently being refurbished but should open soon).
Beer at home – as far as we know all the pubs that were offering take home and/or home delivery services during the COVID lockdown are still maintaining these services. This includes The Draughtsman, Yorkshire Ales, Doncaster Brewery Tap, The Hallcross, The Hilltop and the Jemmy Hirst. Contact details can be found on this website … Read more
Planning permission had been submitted for the demolition of The Mayflower in Austerfield. The application reference is 20/02248/OUTM and can be viewed at https://www.doncaster.gov.uk/services/planning/planning-applications-online-public-access
We have been informed that the Coach and Horses at Barnburgh, which has had a considerable amount of work done on it, could be opening sometime in the next 3 months.
The Brew2You app has been commissioned to help drinkers source pub, club and brewery services. During the lockdown this app may prove useful to find where you can order beers and ciders for home delivery.