Pub News

Gloucestershire Echo report on Cotswold Lion’s GC-ALE-Q Beer:
http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/GCAleQ-beer-launched-celebrate-arrival-Banksy/story-21024805-detail/story.html

Steak night led to love for new landlords at The Hewlett pub in Cheltenham reported by the Gloucestershire Echo. Read more at:
http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/Steak-night-led-love-new-landlords-Hewlett-pub/story-21024795-detail/story.html

Brewery of the Month for May is Otter Brewery at The Stand, Cheltenham. Meet the Brewer takes place Thursday 15th May from 7:30pm

The Restoration is giving 10% discount for CAMRA members every day except Monday when beer is only £2.00/pint!

Spectre are charging £2 admission on Mondays as they promote certain largers and alco-pop type drinks at £1. Real ales are normal price.

All Wetherspoons now have a Monday club with ales reduced to £1.99 all day. (London Venues may be more expensive, offer not valid on Bank Holidays)

The Prince of Wales is open occasionally, but appears to be now called ‘Snare & Shaker’. As of April 21st it still has Prince of Wales signs. This venue appears to be ran by the same manager as G Bar.

Greene King pubs seem to be branching out. Norwood now serving ‘Norwood Nobler’, Copa, have launched a Greene King Branded Craft Beer and are now serving Punk IPA by Brewdog.

The Merryfellow is open again, apparently being run by an Enterprise appointed trouble-shooter to sort it out. Maybe we will see some changes and then another new tenant put in.

The Kings Head in Bishops Cleeve have announced that they will be opening and outside bar for ales and ciders to support the Cleeve Street Fayre on June 1st.