On this page we have included links to pubs where you may regularly purchase our beers
The Angel Inn, Corbridge
A Coaching Inn since 1726 (see History of The Angel), The Angel Inn is the ideal place to stay for a whole range of activities around Northumberland.
Known or our first class restaurant, and our real ales and fine wines in our friendly bars, and of course our occasional live music evenings.
So whether you want a friendly relaxed place to stay, a romantic meal or to entertain business associates, or a traditional pint in a Traditional English pub, you'll get a warm welcome at The Angel Inn.
The Battlesteads, Wark
We are a Pub, Hotel and Restaurant near Hexham with a secret walled garden, beautifully sunny conservatory and inviting accommodation. We grow and serve the fruit and vegetables from our own land and polytunnels prepared to an exceptional standard by our own chef.
We have a carbon neutral heating system. And we are located in Northumberland, one of the most beautiful places in Britain.
Summer, Autumn, Winter or Spring - its a fabulous place to visit.
The Crown and Anchor, Lindisfarne
The Crown & Anchor is neatly tucked away in the top left hand corner of the Market Square on the holy island of Lindisfarne and is the only locally run pub / hotel on the island.
Our cosy, dog friendly bar offers two Northumbrian ales, one guest ale, John Smith's, Guinness, Cornish Orchard cider, Carling and Pilsner Urquell.
There is also an extended wine selection, a good range of malts, spirits and soft drinks.
We are open every day all year round from 11 (earlier in the summer months) and also have a wheelchair access to the bar and restaurant.
The Boat House, Wylam
Situated in the beautiful village of Wylam, Northumberland, sitting on the south-bank of the river Tyne, and just off the Newcastle-Hexham rail line, as well as the Keelman's Way cycle route, you can enjoy a beer sitting outside in the summer, or warm yourself in front of a heartening open fire during those cold winter nights...which is all too difficult to leave!
"The Boathouse is a traditional pub, with low-beamed ceilings and a dark wood bar decorated with tankards, pump-clips, and paintings. We have a stone floor which is great for our four-legged friends and is easy to clean. We do ask that dogs are clean and kept on a lead. Our restaurant is in a separate room which is cosy and welcoming, with traditional home-cooked 'hearty' food. We feature beers from a variety of North-East breweries including Hadrian & Border, Mordues, Durham, High House Farm, Big Lamp, and Stables. Whether you have a passion for real ale, real cider, whiskey, wine, or fizzy lager, there is always something for everyone here."
The Cumberland Arms, Newcastle
The Cumberland Arms is situated off Byker Bank at the top of the Ouseburn with lovely views over the Valley.
We are a truly traditional pub est. in the 1850's with a friendly atmosphere. Whether you want to relax with a pint and a book from our Bring one Borrow one Library, listen or join one of the many sessions or enjoy some quality live music in our upstairs room there is something for everyone.
It is a home from home with tables outside to relax in the summer sun to cozy open fires to curl up by in the winter.
The Cumberland Arms, Tynemouth
Situated at the top of Front Street in the district of Tynemouth, the Tynemouth Metro Station is literally 1 minute walk away.
The unusual format and appearance of this pub results from three periods of building work, in 1898, 1934 and the early 1960’s. It is a fine example of a public house built and faced with glazed terracotta or decorative ceramic tiles.
"A good old fashioned pub" is the best way to describe The Cumberland, it's welcoming, comfy without being stuffy, and full of character and characters. The Cumberland Arms has a wide selection of beers and real ales and is a popular place to eat as well as drink.
Contact: David Irving 0191 2571820
The Flame Pit, Newcastle
After many trips to the USA and finding nothing like the exquisite taste of BBQ in the North East we started cooking for friends. Trying to reproduce the great taste we had discovered on our travels. The end result was the birth of the Flame Pit and a big mobile custom smoker. To produce only the best smokehouse BBQ we can with fresh meats smoked in our custom built smoker. We make our own BBQ sauces and dry rubs.
We are based in the Newcastle upon Tyne area but we can come to you.To contact the Flame Pit email The Flame Pit or Call Paul on 07810167671.
The Horseshoes Inn, Rennington
Mark and Louise welcome you all to The Horseshoes Inn, a comfortable flagstoned pub with a local feel (there may be horses in the car park) situated in the village of Rennington, just north of Alnwick.
Whether a regular or a visitor, step inside and take a leap back in time to the days of kindly, warming hostelries, with the smiling staff providing as much of a warm welcome as the fire glowing in the hearth.
At The Horseshoes Inn, you will enjoy well kept ales as we have featured in the Good Beer Guide for the last two years, serving Hadrian and regular guest ales. Good value food at lunchtime and in the evening with a varied menu and selection of specials from the board all cooked using good local fish and meat
John Bull Inn, Alwnick
John Bull Inn is a small traditional freehouse in the historical town of Alnwick, Northumberland. The pub is situated in Howick Street in an area built just outside of the original town walls sometime around 1830.
Records show the building as having become a beer house shortly after construction and so it has remained until the present day. Today this 'back street boozer' is developing an ever increasing reputation as offering a warm welcome to anyone wishing to sample one of the Real Ales and/or Malt Whiskies.
Camra Northumberland Pub of the Year, Runner-Up 2003 to 2005, North Northumberland Pub of the Year 2006.
The Olde Ship, Seahouses
The Olde Ship, Seahouses
Nautically themed and fully residential, THE OLDE SHIP sits boldly above the tiny fishing harbour of Seahouses. Historic as it is with its strong local maritime connections, The Ship continues to maintain its high traditional standards in the face of changing modern hotel trends.
The main saloon bar has tremendous character lit by stained glass windows and in winter by the welcoming glow of an open fire. Adjoining the main bar is another low beamed snug, "The Cabin". The pub is a veritable sea museum. The scrubbed wooden foor is constructed from pine ships decking, while the walls are festooned with a wide variety of nautical artifacts, model fishing boats and a replica of Seahouses' lifeboat, The 'Grace Darling'. Figure heads, diving helmets, pulling oars, fish baskets, branding irons, Lamps, all add to the unique 'feel' of circumstances that was only too prevalent many years ago.
The Newcastle Arms
A very warm welcome is extended to all patrons, visitors and guests from the management and staff of this multi-award winning real ale house. Under the tenancy of experienced publican Neil Amos since April 2005, we have endeavoured to transform this traditional and historic watering hole back to its original status as one of Tyneside's premier cask ale outlets.
In recognition of our achievements, CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) has awarded us their much-coveted "Pub Of The Year" accolade for the entire region of Tyneside & Northumberland for the last two years running 2006 & 2007.
La Taverna, Ryton
John "JJ" Bennett, ex-manager of the Boathouse, Wylam, welcomes you to 'La Taverna' bar and restaurant.
With it's Spanish feel, excellent menu choices, and four ales available, it's always a good choice to visit,
and JJ loves to see old friends and new.
The Plough Inn, Allerdean
Your hosts, Trevor and Julie, have great pleasure in welcoming you to the Plough Inn web site.
We hope you enjoy browsing our pages and look forward to welcoming you in person to the Plough in the near future.
A great location to visit the historic town of Berwick Upon Tweed and the Scottish Borders. There are near by attractions including Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle, sandy beaches (4 miles) and the Cheviot hills etc.