Pub, Club & Brewery News – July 2019

Thames Side brewery’s new tap room in Staines is due to open late July.

Building work is underway at the former Star in Ewell, but it seems unlikely it will ever reopen as a pub.

The tenant of the George in Walton will be leaving at the end of August.  It was agreed to retain the pub’s 2020 GBG entry for now and to monitor the situation.

The tenant of the Royal George in Hersham has recently added a second guest beer and currently has Surrey Hills Ranmore and a Wimbledon brewery beer alongside the two Youngs regulars.

The Bell in East Molesey has removed two of its cask beers due to low turnover – the range is now GK IPA, Old Speckled Hen, Twickenham Bell Ale and one guest beer

The Pottery in Norbiton was recently charging £3 for a half of cask beer.

The Watchman in New Malden has a new manager, previously at the William Webb Ellis in Twickenham. Beer range and quality is good.

The Flintgate in Oatlands now has only four cask ales.

The British Volunteer in Weybridge has closed and is believed to be being redeveloped as flats, although no planning application has yet been seen.

The Block and Gasket in Weybridge has closed suddenly due to issues with the building landlord.

The Maypole at Surbiton has a new manager.

The Wych Elm now has a Park Brewery guest beer.

Anomaly Brewery in New Malden is a one-barrel nanobrewery run by Adam Sutton.  Beer is mainly bottled but occasionally in cask or keg. Brews tend to be mainly stronger European recipes (around 7%).  Beers are currently available in 7,000 Jars of Beer in Kingston.

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