York’s reputation as one of the best real ale cities in Britain is about to be enhanced with the opening of not one but two new pubs
Pubs and beer
When his local closed, Tim Moat saw it as a chance to make it the heart of the community again. But then things took an unexpected twist…
York CAMRA’s Nick Love has this handy guide to the mega beer and cider fest on all this weekend.
A telly star visiting the Castle Museum pub, crowds at the Magnet Cup on Knavesmire and the much-missed John Bull all feature in a unique film all about Yorkshire beer and brewing screened this month.
Only in its fifth year, the city’s beer festival has grown into a celebration that draws folk from more than 20 countries. York CAMRA’s Nick Love reports.
York CAMRA’s Nick Love disappears into the depths for a taste of something different in York’s drinking scene.
York CAMRA’s Nick Love enjoys a cheesy night out in one of York’s most handsome bars
Sexy landlords, taxidermy, fine food and ghosts; all these and more are reasons that five of York’s pubs and bars have made it through to the final round in the Visit York annual Tourism Awards.
If you like a bit of drama, and a drink or two, you’re in luck. York-based company Hedgepig Theatre is on another tour of city pubs and they have dark and mysterious tales to tell
York CAMRA’s Nick Love toasts that most rare occasion: a Budget which serves up some positive news for our pubs.