Real ale and conversation were in short supply in the area which inspired the owners to extend their exisiting microbrewing activities into a micropub.

The first micropub to be opened in Lincolnshire. The pub building has quite a history and is believed to be 800 years old and was originally the prison of the local Priory. Its more recent use was as a bakery. As well as the ground floor bar with its domed ceiling, a stone spiral staircase leads up to a comfortable lounge room.

Facilities

  • Real ale
  • Camra members