The latest addition to the real ale scene in Preston, this micropub opened its doors to the public on 29th February 2016. The high ceilings help give this larger than usual micropub an airy feel and the light coloured woodwork and decor also help here. The main room comprises the bar itself with high and low level seating at tables and a 'drinkers' shelf' along the right hand wall. There is a small lounge tucked away to the rear of the bar with comfortable seating and a steep staircase leads to the upper floor lounge area.
There are seven handpumps dispensing changing guest ales. Initially these are likely to come from local breweries, but the intention is to stock a wide range of ales from micro breweries from far and wide. There are at least two ciders served from boxes or flagons behind the bar and a range of continental beers in keg and bottle form. Some wines are also on offer.
Whilst there is no food on offer a.t.m. you are welcome to bring your own sandwiches to accompany your lunchtime pint!
No jukebox, no music, no TV.
Recently opened is the "yard of ale" sun terrace in the back yard, including smoking zone.