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DetaiIs inside pIus MiId & Summer AIe 7raiI 2014.
City Pub of tbe Year - Furnace Inn
City Pub Runner-Up - LittIe Cbester AIe House Country Runner-Up - RoyaI Dak, Dckbrook
Derby CAMRA Awards 2014
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Derby CAMRA
Awards 2014
T
he Derby CAMPA 8ranch Pub of the
¥ear Awards were presented recently at
speclally organlsed, well attended soclals
at each pub where 8ranch members
mlngled wlth the locals to en[oy the
occaslon. The overall 8ranch Pub of the
¥ear & Clty Pub of the ¥ear wlnner, the
Purnace |nn on Duke Street ln Derby saw
attendance to recelve the award (see front
page photo) from Derby CAMPA Chalrman,
Gareth Stead who gave an anecdotal,
Shlny speech to mark the award. The
Chalrman was also on hand at the Llttle
Chester Ale House on the same nlght to
glve owner, George Lambert the runner-up
lnnovatlon (see front page photo).
The Country Pub of the ¥ear wlnner's
Presentatlon also proved to be a popular
where Clalre Muldoon and Lmlly 8owler
(see front page photo) were dellghted to
recelve the award from Gareth Stead and a
everyone home happy. Slnce the occaslon
we have also had the great news that the
llcensees are staylng after a long dlspute
wlth owners, Lnterprlse |nns. Plnally, the
Poyal Oak at Ockbrook team (see front
page photo) were pleased to accept thelr
runners-up award from CAMPA Natlonal
Lxecutlve member, 1ullan Hough who
went on to recelve a llfetlme achlevement
award at the Derby CAMPA AGM for hls
long servlce to the campalgn both locally,
reglonally and natlonally (see photo below,
1ullan on the left accepts tankard from
8ranch Chalrman, Gareth Stead).
Derby CAMRA
CIub of Year 2014
- LganJan øl lkz
Jaab|z
Two Clubs ln Spondon achleved a
notable double ln thls year's Derby
CAMPA Club of the ¥ear Awards
wlth the Llberal Club belng
crowned Club of the ¥ear and the
vlllage Club recelvlng the Punner-
achlevement for both clubs as the
competltlon thls year was
partlcularly tough wlth more clubs
competlng than ever before. They
had to overcome a 3 tlme wlnner -
last year's runner up - the 8rltlsh
Leglon ln Allenton, the Polls Poyce
Club, the Llttleover Soclal Club and
the Darley Abbey Club. 8oth wlll
forthcomlng soclals and we hope
to have photos ln a future edltlon
of Derby Drlnker.
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Wthat Derby City Charter
8eer IestivaI wiII stiII be taking
pIace this summer from
9tb - 13tb 1uIy despite the
cIosure of the AssembIy Rooms.
7he Iocation wiII now be on the
Market PIace, in marquees with
outside seating areas to en|oy
the sunshine. 7he committee are
stiII working on the Iogistics but
the evening entertainment
headIiners can now be
Wednesday
Noway2Norway
(Cerman rock band)
7hursday
WiIIie and tbe ßandits
(bIues, rock, Iatin & foIk)
Iriday
7be Wam ßam ßand
(souI)
Saturday
Ferocious Dog
(6 piece contemporary foIk rock)
A vast selectlon of beers from near
and far wlll be the backdrop of the
festlval along wlth clders, meads
and contlnental beverages. varlous
food stalls wlll also be present. The
theme for thls year's festlval ls
celebratlng 50 years of Derby
Mountaln Pescue, whlch we hope
you wlll agree ls a very worthy
cause. The event wlll be showcaslng
at least one beer from every
Derbyshlre brewery, glvlng speclal
attentlon to the brewerles located
wlthln the Clty of Derby - the best
place to sample real ale ln the
and Derby Llve are worklng closely
wlth the commlttee to help make
the event a huge success. The
festlval capaclty wlll be on a scale
wlth prevlous years. However the
event wlll have a whole new feel
belng outdoors and all on ground
level. Lucklly last year has proved to
be good practlce for the volunteers
wlth the marquee belng present.
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To keep up to date wlth all the latest lnformatlon see
www.facebook.com/DerbybeerfestivaI or
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A
recent edltlon of the Lonely Plant
Gulde descrlbed Derby as the
"8est place to drlnk Peal Ale ln the
world" and who are we to dlsagree as
the results of the Clty's AnnuaI ßeer
Census undertaken by members of
The Derby 8ranch of the Campalgn for
as ReaI AIe CapitaI of ßritain per
populatlon head for yet another year.
The census took place ln Pebruary and
the Clty whlch saw a record number
of ReaI AIes avallable on any one
glven nlght. 325 were counted (up 49
avallable (up l5 on last year) and
these came from [ust 7l pubs
averaglng 4.5 Peal Ales per pub.
|n total 78 pubs were vlslted, 2 were
shut and 5 had no real ale. 9 pubs bad
10 or more ReaI AIes on and leadlng
the way was the 8ablngton Arms (l6),
8runswlck (l4), Plve Lamps (l4),
Plowerpot (l3), Alexandra (ll),
Purnace (ll), Mr Grundy's (ll),
Standlng Order (ll) and Thomas
Leaper (l0).
Marstons Pedlgree ls stlll the most
domlnant brand ln the Clty avallable
ln 3l pubs wlth Sharp's Doom 8ar
comlng up fast on the ralls ln 20 pubs
and 8ass ln l0 pubs. 8ut local ales are
well represented wlth beers from l2 of
the Clty's brewerles wldely avallable -
8runswlck, 8lack |rls, Danclng Duck,
Mr Grundy's, Powdltch, Shlny, Tltan
and wentwell. 8eers from other
brewerles around the area were also
well represented - 8lue Monkey,
8urton 8rldge, Castle Pock,
Leatherbrltches, Nutbrook and
Thornbrldge to name a few.
The average prlce of a plnt was found
to be £2.94 (7p up on last year).
However ln reallty a lot of pubs were
hoverlng around the £3 a plnt mark
wlth some now regularly topplng lt.
8ut lt was pleaslng to see a lot more
plnts and half's. The dearest plnt of the
nlght was found to be a whopplng
£3.60 at the Tap for Tlmothy Taylors
Landlord (whlch was only £3 at the
8runswlck). The honours for the
cheapest plnt went to the Abbey at
Darley Abbey where Sam Smlths Old
8rewery 8ltter was £l.80 a plnt.
So there you have lt, a few stats to
bear ln mlnd whlle crawllng around
8eer Clty once agaln provlng that per
populatlon head Derby has more Peal
Ales avallable than any other Clty.
Derby CAMPA Chalrman, Gareth Stead
sald "ler Renl Ale enrhusinsrs Ðerby
is µrebnbly rhe besr µlnce re Jrink in
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|n the second of the three part serles, Paul
some of the outlylng pubs llsted ln
Derbyshire AIe. The l990 gulde was a
collaboratlon of Derbyshlre CAMPA branches,
llstlng 800 real ale pubs, and those whlch
were featured are ln boId type. Such was the
popularlty of Derbyshire AIe that not one,
but two reprlnts had to be ordered.
There have been some notable success
storles at pubs that are now wlthln the
Amber valley CAMPA branch area. At varlous
tlmes ln the last ten years, the Hunter Arms,
Kllburn, the 8Iack 8uII's Head,
Openwoodgate and OId Oak, Horsley
woodhouse, have all been closed. |ndustrlous
and lmaglnatlve persons have rescued them
and thls has been recognlsed by CAMPA Pub
of the ¥ear awards to all three. Mark and
Paula Showers bought the Hunter ln 2009
and turned a struggllng, vlctorlan, 8ass pub
lnto a thrlvlng freehouse servlng quallty ales
and good food. The strlklng frontage of the
Hunter was captured ln a hlgh quallty llne
drawlng by the gulde's Ldltor, Peg
Newcombe. The Crelghton famlly has turned
around the fortunes of the Old Oak whlch
was threatened wlth demolltlon before the
Crelghton's acqulred the woodhouse pub
that en[oys far reachlng rural vlews. Multlple
PuPaD bar comblned to propel the Oak to
the last l6 of the natlon's CAMPA Pub of the
¥ear competltlon ln 2009. Alas, the 1oIIy
CoIIiers (ward's) and knife and SteeI (|nd
Coope) ln woodhouse haven't survlved. The
8amford famlly ran the 8ull's Head, hlgh
above 8elper at Openwoodgate between
l954 and l978 but followlng Greene Klng's
take-over of Hardy and Hanson the
handsome hostelry closed. Andy Horsfall and
Nlkkl 8utt have revlved the place ln
spectacular style and opened the rustlc
8edlam 8ar where, at weekends, beer
Heanor, the former mlnlng town, was well
Rays Arms on Pay Street, for lts Hoskln's
(Lelcester) ales. The multl roomed, well
upholstered lnterlor was the perfect place to
en[oy a plnt or two of the superb Penn's Ale.
Sadly, thls lmposlng pub has called last
orders but desplte thls, and other losses,
there are stlll several good waterlng holes
lncludlng the newly crowned Lrewash
CAMPA Pub of the ¥ear, the 8utcher's Arms
down Hands Poad ln Langley. The Queen's
Head (ex-Shlpstone's), at nearby Marlpool
remalns worthy of attentlon, but towards
Plpley along the A6l0 at Loscoe, the anclent
Coach and Horses (Hardy and Hanson) was
demollshed earller thls year. |n Plpley ltself,
half of the dozen llsted pubs have closed. |t's
pleaslng to report, however, that thanks to
Amber Ales havlng breathed new llfe lnto the
former Shlpstone's house, the Talbot
(Taphouse) on 8utterley Hlll, and 1 D
wetherspoon lnstalllng a good range of
guest beers at the Ped Llon, the town's
beerscape looks much brlghter. Lnterprlslng
llcensees at the Pear Tree, HoIIy 8ush and
8eehlve have also helped to reklndle lnterest
ln real ale.
The ellxlr known as Puddle's County was a blg
draw at the Chequers,
had the pleasure of vlsltlng ln l975. | recall
the dulcet tones of Padlo Derby's 8arry
Lcclestone's commentary of the Pams'
thrashlng of Peal Madrld ln the Luropean Cup
on the pub's radlo. How tlmes change:
Puddle's Putland brewery has sllpped lnto
hlstory, the lovely, l6thC Chequers faces an
uncertaln future, and wlll the Pams ever
reach the same dlzzy helghts agaln! The
whlte palnted Sir Irancis 8urdett on a sharp
bend before enterlng Melbourne also sold
Puddle's County, but was de-llcensed many
years ago. |n l969, 1ohn Thompson, a market
home, a former farmhouse, lnto the
eponymous 1ohn 7hompson pub. And lt was
here ln |ngleby that Derbyshlre's dormant
brewlng lndustry revlved ln l977 when the
wonderfully frulty 1TS XXX was launched.
1ohn's son, Nlck, now runs the pub and
brewery.
8urcher's Arms
7he whire Lien Cench nnJ Rerses
RewnrJ Arms Miner's 5rnnJnrJ
Jehn 7hemµsen
Berbysblre Ale
24 Years 0nÎørl Z
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7he Runrers Arms
One of the most lmproved pubs over the years ls near Sawley
Marlna, namely the White Lion, whlch ls also the home of Old
Sawley 8rewlng Company. The llght, alry lnterlor has a central
servery wlth 8ass and 8lue Monkey 8G Slps vylng for attentlon
wlth ever changlng guests frequently from mlcro-brewerles.
Also, 4 real clders were present when | vlslted. 8rewlng ls
currently upstalrs but a new brew house ad[acent to the
September. Saturday and Sunday tend to be the days most
7he Creen Man and 8Iack's Head, long the bastlon of
Ashbourne's real ale scene, ls a profound loss, though lt's
mooted that new llcensed premlses may be lncorporated
wlthln the redevelopment. The Howard Arms, Cubley, was a
cracklng, multl roomed, Marston's house that's now the prlvate
resldence of a multl-lnstrumentallst and slnger/song wrlter
from the 60s and 70s.
The cosy New Inn
as has the VauIts, wlrksworth, a convert to Sam Smlth's ln the
70s. |n nearby Mlddleton, Alan 1ohnson has resuscltated the
NeIson Arms, and the Rising Sun contlnues to prosper,
although the Duke of WeIIington (8ass) has closed. Up the hlll
from "wuzzer", at 8olehlll, lay the Miner's Standard, a stone-
bullt tavern of conslderable character wlth a landlady servlng
Draught 8ass stralght from the cask. Thls, alas, ls another
casualty. And lt lsn't [ust out of the way places, such as 8olehlll,
that have felt the wlnd of change that's sweeplng through the
pub trade. On the maln A6 at whatstandwell, two former
Hardy and Hanson houses no longer slake the thlrst of day
trlppers returnlng from tourlst hot-spots. 7he Homesford
Cottage wlth lts unmlssable "Klmberley Ales" wrlt large upon
the roof of the bulldlng opposlte ls now a 8&8, and the
Derwent HoteI
ales. These pubs dlspensed Klmberley beer through electrlc
pumps, a method of dlspense favoured by Nottlngham
brewers but now extlnct llke the old brewerles themselves.
Another Hardy and Hanson pub, the Queen's Head, Llttle
Laton, was a plaln but welcomlng two roomer that fell lnto
decllne under Greene Klng's stewardshlp. Happlly, however, lt's
been transformed by Derby 8rewlng Company wlth lts beers
and locally sourced food featurlng. Derby 8rewlng Company
has also acqulred the kedIeston HoteI, whose openlng we
eagerly awalt.
The next Derby Drinker wiII concIude the Derbyshire AIe
review by Iooking at some city pubs that feII on hard times
but then revived in startIing styIe.
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7uesday 27tb May
AGM - The Cock, Cllfton
7uesday 24tb 1une
8ranch meetlng - The 8entley 8rook |nn,
Penny 8entley
7uesday 29tb 1uIy
8ranch meetlng - The ¥ew Tree, Ldnaston
Asbbourne & District
CAMRA ßrancb
by Mark Crist
m.grist2@sky.com
Up to 9 Real Ales
Plus
Real Ciders & Perries
7he 8enrley 8reek lnn, lenny 8enrley
7he 8lnck Cew, Ðnlbury Lees
7he Yew 7ree, £Jnnsren
äaa·ârasts 1tes
7he sub-branch ACM wiII be heId at
7he Cock at CIifton on 7uesday 27th
May at 8pm. AII are weIcome.
The ¥ew Tree at Ldnaston reopened at
the end of Pebruary after a perlod of
slx months closure. There have been
some lnternal changes to the three bar
areas - one room has had a new
extended bar area lnstalled and the
larger counter has allowed room for a
cask to be sat on the bar back, so that
beer can be dlspensed dlrectly by
gravlty. Thls wlll be ln addltlon to the
three hand-pumps retalned. A pool
table has been recently lnstalled and
plzzas cooked ln a wood-burnlng
oven. |n support of the re-launch, the
sub-branch wlll be holdlng lts monthly
meetlng there ln 1uly.
The |zaak walton Hotel at |lam has
reopen at the end of May, so we hope
to report on lt ln the next edltlon.
Close by to |lam, the Dog & Partrldge
at Thorpe also contlnues lts long road
to reopenlng and there may be a date
set by the tlme you read thls. Agaln,
we wlll report on lt as soon as we can.
The Smlth's Tavern played host on
Aprll 4th to the 50th blrthday
celebratlons of yours truly, wlth a
barrel avallable to all, commlssloned
from the Hopcraft 8rewery ln Suth
wales, wlth reclpe lnput and physlcal
asslstance wlth the mashlng comlng
from my famlly. Thls was a dark
oatmeal stout/porter brewed at 5.0%
and was unlversally recelved
extremely well, not least by
myself...chrlstened "Grlsty's Plfty" , lt
asked for donatlons to MacMlllan
Cancer Support and wlth the ald of a
we ralsed an lncredlble £447, rounded
up to £450. My heartfelt thanks go out
to all.
The 8entley 8rook |nn at Penny
8entley wlll be holdlng lts annual beer
festlval startlng on Prlday 23rd May
through to Monday 26th May, as well
the 8lack Cow at Dalbury Lees, so thls
ls a great opportunlty on a long
weekend to vlslt a couple of good
local festlvals.
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P
ollowlng an extenslve two year pro[ect by thousands of CAMPA volunteers,
whatpub.com features 47,000 pubs, around 36,000 of whlch serve real ale - maklng the
llve muslc, maklng the results customlzable to each person's lndlvldual preferences.
Another key feature ls that of the 35,800 real ale pubs featured, around 22,000 have
detalls of the real ales belng served - taklng the guess work out of a vlslt for real ale lovers.
hlghllghts the pubs maln features e.g. avallablllty of food, glves a map of where the pub
can be located, sat nav reference, OS reference and hlghllghts the local transport
avallable.
Wby not give it a try.
Friday 23rd - Monday 26th May '14
Beers from Local Breweries including:
Mr Grundys, Derventio, Dancing Duck,
Derby Brewing Company
pIus many more
Food avaiIabIe aII weekend
Live Music all weekend:
Friday night - Backyard Bohemians Saturday afternoon - Simon Garcia
Saturday evening - Trevor Leeson Sunday afternoon - FamiIy Affair
Sunday evening - Eddie Brown Monday afternoon - Dammit Jack
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AIexandra
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Real Ale
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Mild
Babington
Arms
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
BeII
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Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Brewery
Tap
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Brunswick
Inn
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Ye OIde
DoIphin Inne
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Exeter
Arms
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
FaIstaff
Tavern
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Five
Lamps
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
FIower
Pot
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Furnace
Inn
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Greyhound
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
GoIden
EagIe
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Honeycomb
MickIeover
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Horse
& Groom
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
LittIe Chester
AIehouse
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Mr Grundy's
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
OId SiIk
MiII
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Queens Head
LittIe Eaton
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
RoyaI Oak
Ockbrook
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
OId Spa
Inn
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
Thomas
Leaper
Score Score
Real Ale Mild
INS7RUC7IDNS:
1. Drink at Ieast baIf a pint of MiId or ReaI AIe.
2. Fix tbe coIIected sticker in tbe corresponding box.
3. Red miId stickers to tbe Ieft.
4. ßIue ReaI AIe stickers to tbe rigbt.
5. Score tbe beer in tbe box beIow.
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CAMRA
Welcome to the Mild in May and Summer Ale Trail. The trail officially starts on the 10th May and runs up to the start of the 37th
Derby City Charter Summer Beer Festival on the 9th July, so you have plenty of time to get supping. To complete the trail, you
need to drink at least half a pint of Mild or Real Ale in each of the pubs listed and collect an appropriately coloured sticker. A
completed trail card will then entitle you to free entry to one session of the Summer Beer Festival and some free beer. Pubs
marked with an (*) at least will not have Mild on during the whole of May. The table below lists the pubs in the trail together with
their address, opening times and directions on getting there. For example routes and more information visit the Derby CAMRA
summer beer festival website www.derbycamra.org.uk/summer-beer-festival
Pub Location Dpening 7imes Directions and Notes
AIexandra HoteI 203 Slddals Poad, DLl 2QL All day walklng from the bus statlon towards the
rallway statlon the "Alex" ls on the rlght by
ßabington Arms ll-l3 8ablngton Lane, DLl lTA All day Sltuated at the top end of town, turn uphlll
where the pedestrlan area ends past
St Peters church.
ßeII & CastIe 98 8urton Poad, DLl lTG All day Prom the 8ablngton contlnue up the hlll and
over the roundabout lnto 8urton Poad.
ßrewery 7ap l Derwent Street, DLl 2LN All day Sltuated on the other slde of the rlver from the
Councll House [ust after the brldge.
ßrunswick Inn l Pallway Terrace, DLl 2PU All day Sltuated at the end of the old rallway cottages
close to the rallway statlon.
DIde DoIpbin Inne 5a Queen Street, DLl 3DL All day Centre of town close to the cathedral.
£xeter Arms l3 Lxeter Place, DLl 2LU All day Across the rlver from the Councll House take
the rlght fork after crosslng the brldge.
74 Sllverhlll Poad, DL23 6U1 All day On Normanton Poad turn up Lyndhurst Street,
follow the road round and cut lnto Soclety Place.
Five Lamps All day Around l0 mlns walk out of town. Pollow Klng
Str
FIower Pot 23-25 Klng Street, DLl 3DZ All day Prom the cathedral head out of town along
Queen Street then turn left lnto Klng Street.
Furnace Inn 9 Duke Street, DLl 38X l6:00 - 23:00 Alongslde Plver Derwent. Prom the Sllk Mlll
l2:00 Prl-Sun walk under the rlng road and stralght lnto
Duke Street.
Creybound 75-76 Prlar Gate, DLl lPN All day On Prlar Gate approxlmately l00 metres past
Prlar Gate brldge on the left.
CoIden £agIeª 55 Agard Street, DLl lDZ All day Agard Street runs parallel to the furthest end of
Prlar Gate.
Honeycombª Ladybank Poad, Mlckleover. See notes Mlckleover bus to Ladybank Poad shops. Open
DL3 0NP Mon eve, Tue-Thur mld-day & eve. All day Prl-Sun.
Horse & Croomª 48 Llms Street, DLl 3HN All day Prom Kedleston Poad, Llms Street ls opposlte
St Alkmund's Church.
LittIe Cbester AIebouseª
l0 mlns from town. 8us routes Hl,
Nlnes, Amberllne.
Mr Crundys 36 Ashbourne Poad, DL22 3AD All day On Ashbourne Poad, a contlnuatlon of Prlar
Gate. Around l5 mlnutes walk from town.
DId SiIk MiIIª l9 Pull Street, DLl 3AP. All day On Pull Street close to the Sllk Mlll Museum
near the cathedral.
Çueens Head l3l Alfreton Poad, Llttle Laton, All day |n the centre of Llttle Laton. 8us routes 9.2 or
DL2l 5DP the Amberllne stop outslde.
1ourney tlme l0 mlns.
RoyaI Dak 55 Green Lane, Ockbrook, ll:30 - l4:30 8us 9 or 9A from bus statlon at xx:05, (last
DL72 3SL l7:30 - 23:00 l8:05). 1ourney 25 mlns. Last return l8:33,
no Sun servlce.
DIde Spa Inn 204 Abbey Street, DL22 3SU All day Towards the furthest end of Abbey Street set
back on the rlght.
7bomas Leaperª 27 |ron Gate, DLl 3GL All day Centre of town between the Market Place and
the cathedral.
Derby CAMRA
Derby
CAMRA
AmberValley
CAMRABranch
Belger Goes Green
CAMRA Beer & Clder
Festlval 20I4
The second 8elper Goes Green 8eer & Clder
Pestlval ls to be held agaln at the 8elper Pugby
Club, Derby Pd, 8elper, Derbyshlre, DL56 lUU,
thls year supported and organlsed by the
Amber valley 8ranch of the Campalgn for Peal
Ale. The festlval runs fromFriday 30tb May to
Sunday 1st 1une. Admlsslon ls free at all tlmes.
The beer festlval ls open from 6pm to llpm
Prlday and l2 noon to llpm on Saturday &
Sunday. There wlll be 30 beers and 8 clders and
perrles on sale. A wlde range of styles, types and
strengths of quallty beer wlll be avallable from
local and not so local brewerles. To see the beer
llst go to www.ambervalleycamra.org.uk
On Saturday & Sunday the 8elper Pugby Club
Strutts Playlng Pleld wlll host many stands and
attractlons lncludlng, llve acoustlc muslc, stalls,
crafts, energy advlce, communlty mosalc,
scarecrow maklng, electrlc blkes, soft archery,
natural health, workshops, books, plants &
much, much more. See
www.transltlonbelper.org for full detalls. Hot &
cold food wlll be avallable from Leafbone Plzza,
Sophlstlcakes Patlsserle, Presh 8asll, Pemarkable
Pood, Sound 8ltes and Coopercakes. The slte ls
sltuated on the maln A6 road [ust 5 mlnutes
walk south of 8elper town centre.8elper rall &
bus statlons are also only 5 mlnutes walk away.
CAMPA members lnterested ln helplng at the
beer festlval should contact Phll at
Clder & Perry Trall
Throughout 1une Amber valley CAMPA wlll
be runnlng a clder trall, on slmllar llnes to the
one run last October. ¥ou drlnk a half plnt (or
more!) of real clder or perry ln one of the
partlclpatlng pubs and text a score for lt out
of 5. There wlll be a prlze for the lndlvldual
vlsltlng the most pubs, and also awards for
the pubs wlth the hlghest average score. The
Amber valley webslte or posters ln
partlclpatlng pubs wlll glve further detalls.
Amber Valley CAMRA
Beer & Clder Festlval 20I4
The 5th Amber valley CAMPA 8eer and Clder
Pestlval (formerly Pall Ale Pestlval) ls movlng
to a new venue at Strutts ln 8elper and wlll
run from 7bursday 25tb to Sunday 28tb
September. |t wlll take place ln the maln hall
of thls former school and ln 5 rooms on the
ln the North wlng wlth all beers, clders,
perrles and wlnes belng served from a
marquee ln the North Quadrangle. There wlll
be over l00 beers, clders, perrles and wlnes
avallable plus soft drlnks and hot & cold food
at all sesslons wlth a hog roast on Prlday and
Saturday. Thursday & Sunday wlll be muslc-
free wlth muslc ln the afternoon and
evenlngs on Prlday & Saturday. Tlckets wlll
not be sold for any sesslons thls year so [ust
come along and pay on the door. Purther
detalls next tlme or check out the webslte.
Holly Bush Remembers
On Sprlng 8ank.Hollday Monday May 26th
the Hollybush at Makeney ls holdlng a world
war l themed day wlth brass band, mllltary
memorabllla, 88Q, entertalnment for the klds
Branch 0lary
Meetings - 8pm
Monday 12tb May - 8eer Pestlval Meetlng at
the Prench Horn, Market Place, Codnor.
7bursday 29tb May - 8ranch Meetlng at the
welcome Tavern, 8elper.
Monday 9tb 1une - 8eer Pestlval Meetlng at
Thorn Tree, walngroves.
8oclals
Saturday 17tb May & Saturday 14tb 1une -
Soclal survey, destlnatlon to be announced. 8y
free mlnlbus from Plpley Market Place at
7:30pm, 8elper Market place at 7:45 and other
plckups are avallable on request. Please contact
1ane wallls (Soclal Secretary) on 0l773 745966
or 0779 620 45l9 or by e-mall at
mlck.walllsQbtlnternet.com to reserve a place.
AM8LP vALLL¥ NLwS
Relly 8ush lnn
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Wspring weather recentIy,
so what couId be better than a
tour around Herefordshire. It's
a IoveIy unspoiIt county and
and medium sized cider
makers. 7he bonus here is the
perry because Herefordshire is
the naturaI home of perry
making, most of the cider
makers here aIso make perry.
Plrst stop ls Newton Court,
some 4 mlles south of
Leomlnster. Here Paul Stevens
herd of cattle (Herefords, of
course). There ls a shop selllng
hls clder and perry, | had some
¥arllngton Mlll clder and hls
new-season (20l3 vlntage)
perry has avallable, stlll a blt
common wlth many of the
smaller producers hls clder and
perry are organlc wlthout
accredltatlon ls qulte expenslve
and many small producers
don't regard lt as worthwhlle.
A short dlstance away at Sutton
St. Nlcholas ls Pathays Old Goat
Clder, run by Graham
8lackmore. Thls ls a very small
operatlon and a prlor
appolntment ls requlred. The
"Old Goat" ls due to the herd of
angora goats, very frlendly too,
who llve there. The excellent
clder and perry are malnly due
planted by 8ulmer's ln the
l960's. Thls ls more of a hobby
than a commerclal operatlon,
but lt ls a real gem.
Also a short dlstance away, at
Ocle Pychard (lovely name) we
Ollver. Thls ls another worklng
farm, but wlth sheep rather
than cattle. Tom has another
lnterest, golng on the road, on
tour wlth varlous bands, but he
stlll has tlme to make plenty of
quallty clder and perry. 8oth
are avallable through the farm
shop ln draught or bottles.
Ollver's ls a multlple award
wlnner, both at a reglonal and
natlonal level.
Towards the welsh border, near
Abbey Dore we arrlve at
Gwatklns clder. Dennls
Gwatklns, wlth hls bushy beard
and braces ls one of the real
characters of the clder scene.
Thls ls another worklng farm,
complete wlth an excellent
farm shop selllng a wlde range
of farm produce as well as
clder, the smoked streaky
bacon belng especlally
dellclous. Gwatklns speclallzes
ln slngle apple varletles, hls
Stoke Ped ls smooth tastlng
and pretty sweet. A good
medlum ls hls Norman clder,
whlle for those llklng
somethlng really dry |'d
recommend the Poxwhelp.
No tour of Herefordshlre would
be complete wlthout a vlslt to
wye Clder & Perry Co. Ltd. at
Peterstow, otherwlse known as
8roome Parm. Thls ls an ldylllc
spot, wlth the farmhouse and
outbulldlngs set amongst
extenslve orchards. These are
all clder apple and perry pear
trees wlth a large range of
varletles represented, some
qulte rare. The proprletor ls
Mlke 1ohnson and you wlll
sampllng cellar, a place that ls
and encouragement to other
buddlng clder makers ln the
area, as well as holdlng a
number of open days each
year, so 8roome Parm has
become the hub for clder
maklng ln that part of
Herefordshlre. Also avallable at
the farmhouse are cream teas,
evenlng meals (wlth clder) and
accommodatlon, so lt ls an
excellent spot for a short break.
Plnally, throughout 1une Amber
valley CAMPA wlll be runnlng a
clder trall, on slmllar llnes to the
one run last October. ¥ou drlnk
a half plnt (or more!) of real
clder or perry ln one of the
partlclpatlng pubs and text a
score for lt out of 5. There wlll
be a prlze for the lndlvldual
vlsltlng the most pubs, and also
awards for the pubs wlth the
hlghest average score. The
Amber valley webslte or
posters ln partlclpatlng pubs
wlll glve detalls.
WassaiI
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|t seems that the appetlte for
new mlcropubs has no
bounds as a proposed new
one ls due ln Melbourne
where plannlng permlsslon
has been applled for at the old
HS8C bank on the Hlgh Street.
we awalt developments wlth
lnterest and wlll report on
thlngs further ln a future
Derby Drlnker.
Tbe Cbequered Flag ls waved as
new Mlcropub crosses tbe llne
we reported ln the last Derby Drlnker that a
new Mlcropub was under starters orders ln
Castle Donlngton, well we are now pleased to
announce that lt's up and runnlng and raclng
ahead. Called approprlately the Chequered
Plag to mark the vlllage's long assoclatlon wlth
the nearby raclng track, the pub has lots of car
and blke raclng memorabllla on the walls. |t ls
located on 8orough Street and ls the latest
mlcropub to open belng run by Mlchael wlllles
and Carollne Campbell who were llvlng on a
boat at wllllngton Marlna before chattlng to
Gary Hodder from the Cask and Pottle
mlcropub ln Tutbury and the rest as they say ls hlstory. The beer ls served on gravlty from
a room behlnd the bar and local mlcros are heavlly featured so why not call ln and glve lt
a try. Openlng hours are l2-2.30pm and 5-9.30pm Monday to Thursday,l2-l0.30pm
Prlday & Saturday and l2-3pm and 5-9.30pm Sunday.
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by Mlck & Carole Golds
carolegoldsQbtlnternet.com
Pub of tbe Year
we are pleased to announce our 8ranch
POT¥ award for 20l4 ls the 8utchers Arms at
Langley whlch was re-opened on December
l2th 20ll after a perlod of closure. Thls
down to earth and cosy pub ls well
supported by the local communlty and an
asset to the area. An ex-Hardy & Hanson
then Greene Klng pub lt ls now a free house
run by Chrls Turner of Copplce Slde 8rewery
ln partnershlp wlth Plchard Crelghton of
Leadmlll and 8ottlebrook 8rewerles wlth
thelr beers on sale as well as a selectlon of
other mlcro brewery beers.
There was a well supported presentatlon
evenlng attended by both branch members
provlded by Mlchelle (see photo of Kevln our
8ranch Chalrman and Chrls & Mlchelle
Turner on the occaslon). Openlng hours are
Mon-Thurs 4.00-l0.30 Prl & Sat 3.00-l2.00,
Sun l2.00-ll.00. The pub ls also on the
Nottlngham mlld trall and well worth a vlslt.
Pub News
The Stumble |nn, Long Laton ls now the
home of Songblrd 8rewery whlch ls
operated by Samantha Dodsworth, the head
8rewster who ls the daughter of landlord,
Martln Dodsworth. The brewery has been ln
ln Chrlstmas 20l3, lt's a 2 barrel plant
supplylng outlets the Long Laton Crlcket
Club and the Pugby Club. 8eers at the
present are Melody Pale 4.5%, Double 8ass
bltter 4.2%, Ale House Pock 4.8% and Mlld
Thlng 4.2% whlch was tested on our vlslt
and wlll be on for the mlld trall. Martln and
Samantha would llke to thank Carl of Pull
Mash for all hls help ln gettlng started. The
brewery and hopefully thls wlll be avallable
for the mlld trall. Openlng hours are Mon,
Tues, weds 2.00-l2.00, Thurs Prl Sat & Sun
l2.00-l2.00.
CeneraI HaveIock - IIkeston
After a vlslt to the pub and speaklng to
Andrew (brother of Stephan Putherford who
ls recoverlng from a heart problem) he let us
know that he has now taken over the relns
of thls establlshment wlth the lntentlon of
pulllng the Havelock back to lts former busy
self and hoplng to re-galn some of lts lost
custom. The General Havelock ln our oplnlon
ls a very speclal pub brought back from a
long closure and we should support lt to
make sure lt doesn't close agaln, thls also
depends to some degree on the way lt ls run
by the management as well as the punters
who use lt. On our vlslt they had 7 real ales
whlch wlll be rotatlng and 5 real clders and
they also dolng snacks tlll 8.00pm. |t's also
back on the Camra dlscount trall whlch ls
good news.
8urchers Arms
Kevin, Chris & Michelle
8urchers Arms
5nmnnrhn in 5enybirJ 8rewery
PerrlnnJ Arms
5rumble lnn
qzzlings
AII start at 8.00pm.
Contact Secretary, 1ayne on
0115 8548722
Wednesday 7th May
- Three Horeshoes, |lkeston
4th 1une
- Steamboat, Trent Lock
2nd 1uIy
- General Haverlock, |lkeston.
Discaanls
PIease remember to show your
Camra card.
7he 8ridge, Sandiacre
8ridge, Cotmanhay
8Iue 8eII, Sandiacre
real clder
Coach & Horses, Draycott
CeneraI HaveIock, IIkeston
Navigation, 8reaston
Observatory, IIkeston
Poacher, IIkeston
Queens Head, MarIpooI
clder
RutIand Cottage, IIkeston
Steamboat, 7rent Lock
clder
7witcheII, Long £aton
7be LocAIe Scbeme is a NationaI CAMRA
initiative to promote pubs tbat reguIarIy stock
IocaI ReaI AIes.
Pubs on the scheme usually dlsplay the logo elther on the
handpump or on a poster or stlcker. wlthln Derby & Amber valley
the radlus ls 20 mlles from pub to brewery.
7bis is tbe Iatest Iist of LocAIe pubs:
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Contact: AtboII ßeattie
LocAIe Coordinator
t: 07772 370628
e: localeQderbycamra.org.uk
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Alexandra
8ablngton Arms
8rewery Tap/Poyal Standard
8runswlck
Crown & Cusbion
Lxeter Arms
Plve Lamps
Plowerpot
Purnace
Greyhound
Llttle Chester Ale House
Mr Grundy's Tavern
New Zealand Arms
Seven Stars
Slug and Lettuce
Old Sllk Mlll
Peacock
¥e Olde Dolphln |nne
AMߣR VALL£Y
8lack Swan (8elper)
Cross Keys (Turndltch)
George |nn (Plpley)
Holly 8ush (Makeney)
Hop |nn (Openwoodgate)
Hunter Arms (Kllburn)
Klng Alfred (Alfreton)
Klng wllllam (Mllford)
The Llon (8elper)
Poet and Castle (Codnor)
Ped Llon (Prltchley)
Strutt Club (8elper)
Talbot Taphouse (Plpley)
Tavern (8elper)
Thorne Tree (walngroves)
waggon & Horses (Alfreton)
SURRDUNDINC AR£A
8ell (Smalley)
The 8rackens (Alvaston)
Coopers Arms (weston-on-Trent)
The Dragon (wllllngton)
Harrlngton Arms (Thulston)
Harpur's (formerly Melbourne Hotel)
(Melbourne)
Hope and Anchor (wlrksworth)
Lawns (Chellaston)
Mlners Arms (Carslngton)
Okeover Arms (Mappleton)
Queens Head (Llttle Laton)
Poyal Oak (Ockbrook)
Poyal Oak (wlrksworth)
vlne |nn (Mlckleover)
whlte Post (Stanley Common)
whlte Swan (Llttleover)
CAMßA LocAIe is an
accrediIaIion scheme Io
promoIe pubs IhaI seII
IocaIIy-brewed reaI aIe.
A Guide Io...
ßeduce Ihe miIes Ihe beer
you serve (or drink) IraveIs
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HeIp Ihe environmenI and
supporI your IocaI brewery!
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websire.
CAMRA
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discounts to card carrying CAMRA members and tbese
traiIbIazing pubs deserve your support.
D£RßY, SURRDUNDINC AR£AS & AMߣR VALL£Y
Alexandra Hotel, Derby
8ablngton Arms, Derby
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8roadway, Derby
Coach & Horses, Derby
Crown & Cushlon, Derby
Plve Lamps, Derby
Purnace, Derby
Llttle Chester Ale House, Derby
Mr Grundy's, Derby
Old Sllk Mlll, Derby
Seven Stars, Derby
Slug & Lettuce, Derby
Standlng Order, Derby
Cuest AIes onIy
Thomas Leaper, Derby
Cuest AIes onIy
wardwlck Tavern, Derby
Klng Alfred, Alfreton
8rackens, Alvaston
Cross Keys, Turndltch
The Dragon, wllllngton
George & Dragon, 8elper
Harpur's, Melbourne
Hollybrook, Llttleover
Lamb |nn, Melbourne
Markeaton, Allestree
Masons Arms, Mlckleover
Mldland, Plpley
Ped Llon, Prltchley AII reaI aIes £2.50 a pint
Ped Llon, Holllngton
Talbot Taphouse, Plpley
whlte Post, Stanley Common
whlte Swan, Llttleover
whlte Swan, Spondon
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Mr Grundy's Tavern
New Zealand Arms
Seven Stars
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Cross Keys (Turndltch)
George |nn (Plpley)
Holly 8ush (Makeney)
Hop |nn (Openwoodgate)
Hunter Arms (Kllburn)
Klng Alfred (Alfreton)
Klng wllllam (Mllford)
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Poet and Castle (Codnor)
Ped Llon (Prltchley)
Strutt Club (8elper)
Talbot Taphouse (Plpley)
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Thorne Tree (walngroves)
waggon & Horses (Alfreton)
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Coopers Arms (weston-on-Trent)
The Dragon (wllllngton)
Harrlngton Arms (Thulston)
Harpur's (formerly Melbourne Hotel)
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Hope and Anchor (wlrksworth)
Lawns (Chellaston)
Mlners Arms (Carslngton)
Okeover Arms (Mappleton)
Queens Head (Llttle Laton)
Poyal Oak (Ockbrook)
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Coach & Horses, Derby
Crown & Cushlon, Derby
Plve Lamps, Derby
Purnace, Derby
Llttle Chester Ale House, Derby
Mr Grundy's, Derby
Old Sllk Mlll, Derby
Seven Stars, Derby
Slug & Lettuce, Derby
Standlng Order, Derby
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Thomas Leaper, Derby
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Klng Alfred, Alfreton
8rackens, Alvaston
Cross Keys, Turndltch
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George & Dragon, 8elper
Harpur's, Melbourne
Hollybrook, Llttleover
Lamb |nn, Melbourne
Markeaton, Allestree
Masons Arms, Mlckleover
Mldland, Plpley
Ped Llon, Prltchley AII reaI aIes £2.50 a pint
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Talbot Taphouse, Plpley
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Plve Lamps
Plowerpot
Purnace
Golden Lagle
Greyhound
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Mr Grundy's Tavern
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Old 8ell
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8lack Swan (8elper)
Cross Keys (Turndltch)
George |nn (Plpley)
Holly 8ush (Makeney)
Hop |nn (Openwoodgate)
Hunter Arms (Kllburn)
Klng Alfred (Alfreton)
The Llon (8elper)
Poet and Castle (Codnor)
Ped Llon (Prltchley)
Strutt Club (8elper)
Talbot Taphouse (Plpley)
Tavern (8elper)
Thorne Tree (walngroves)
waggon & Horses (Alfreton)
Mny/June 2014
If your pub reguIarIy stocks IocaI ReaI AIes
and you wouId Iike to join tbe scbeme tben
pIease get in toucb. AII accredited pubs wiII
receive posters, stickers and bandpump crowns
to dispIay and wiII receive free pubIicity in
tbe Derby Drinker and on tbe Derby CAMRA
website.
FR££advertlslng lor gubs jolnlng the
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|f you are a llcensee and you are lnterested ln [olnlng the scheme
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advertlse your pub through thls column ln every edltlon of the Derby
Drlnker and on the Derby & Natlonal CAMPA websltes.
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The 8rackens (Alvaston)
Coopers Arms (weston-on-Trent)
The Dragon (wllllngton)
Harrlngton Arms (Thulston)
Harpur's (formerly Melbourne Hotel)
(Melbourne)
Hope and Anchor (wlrksworth)
Lawns (Chellaston)
Mlners Arms (Carslngton)
Old Talbot (Hllton)
Okeover Arms (Mappleton)
Queens Head (Llttle Laton)
Queens Head (Ockbrook)
Poyal Oak (Ockbrook)
Poyal Oak (wlrksworth)
vlne |nn (Mlckleover)
whlte Swan (Llttleover)
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8ablngton Arms, Derby
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8ell & Castle, Derby
8roadway, Derby
8runswlck |nn, Derby
Coach & Horses, Derby
Crown & Cushlon, Derby
Plve Lamps, Derby
Purnace, Derby
Mr Grundy's, Derby
Old Spa |nn, Derby
Seven Stars, Derby
Slug & Lettuce, Derby
Standlng Order, Derby
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Thomas Leaper, Derby
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wardwlck Tavern, Derby
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Klng Alfred, Alfreton
8rackens, Alvaston
Lawns, Chellaston
Cross Keys, Turndltch
The Dragon, wllllngton
Arkwrlghts 8ar, 8elper
George & Dragon, 8elper
Llon, 8elper
Harpur's, Melbourne
Hollybrook, Llttleover
Lamb |nn, Melbourne
Markeaton, Allestree
Honeycomb, Mlckleover
Masons Arms, Mlckleover
Mldland, Plpley
Mlll House, Mllford
New |nn, Shardlow
Poyal Oak, Ockbrook
Ped Llon, Prltchley All real ales £2.50 a pint
Ped Llon, Holllngton
Cross Keys, Swanwlck
Steampacket, Swanwlck
George |nn, Plpley
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Considerl Dear 7oper, tbe impending (bopefuIIy) sunny days of
tbe fortbcoming summer, one of tbe joys of wbicb are tbose
Iazy Sunday afternoon stroIIs, tbat cuIminate in a refresbing
pint at some ruraI bosteIry. ßut aIas, Dear 7oper, tbis barmIess
form of pIeasure is under tbreat from dark forces, for
increasingIy, Sunday afternoons bave become tbe time wben
Havlng consumed thelr Sunday pub lunch (or more llkely, havlng
decorated both themselves and thelr lmmedlate surroundlngs wlth
lt) the llttle darllngs (they
usually hunt ln packs) are
seemlngly left to thelr
own devlces, whlch
usually means runnlng
back and forth, screamlng
and tormentlng the famlly
pet (some huge,
overwelght and lll-tralned
dog, wlth mange) to the
extent that lt barks and
whlnes even louder than
they shrlek, whllst one of
thelr feckless parents gets
sozzled on overprlced
poor quallty wlne, and the
other (the deslgnated
drlver of the gargantuan
people-carrler that ls
blocklng the entrance to
the car park) slts around
scowllng over a soft drlnk,
that has been ln thelr hand so long that lt has taken on the
temperature and conslstency of blood. Nelther of the non-dotlng
masslve stlnklng pet) have become a nulsance, lndeed they seem
completely obllvlous to the exlstence of thelr lrksome brood, untll
one of thelr number lnevltably collldes wlth a waltress carrylng a
tray of drlnks. The parents, havlng made a half-hearted attempt to
audlence) lnstruct thelr wayward brats to: "Slt down and behave!"
Thls the sullen llttle people do reluctantly for about thlrty seconds
before becomlng restless, at whlch [uncture they are told to, "Go
outslde and play!"
lnvade the beer garden, where they plague those poor stateless
refugees known as
"smokers", who, havlng
been banlshed from the
cosy lnterlor of the pub,
grasp on llcensed
premlses - that nub-end-
carpeted refuge next to
the wheelle blns, ln the
corner of the beer garden -
under slege from shrleklng
chlldren and howllng
canlnes lntent on
urlnatlng on any uprlght
ob[ect that doesn't move!
An old frlend of mlne (very
old!) frequently polnts out
that the natural
consequence of allowlng
women lnto pubs, was
that sooner or later they
would lnslst upon
brlnglng thelr brats ln wlth
them. Personally | would not go as far as bannlng women and
chlldren from pubs altogether, but | do belleve ln the old vlctorlan
maxlm that, "Chlldren should be seen and not heard," unless of
course they get stuck up a chlmney whllst dolng some worthwhlle
task, and make a plalntlve, though pollte, cry for asslstance. (As for
women, well, anyone who thlnks that you can keep them qulet, has
obvlously not been marrled.)
8ut do not despalr, Dear Toper, help may be at hand, for | recently
noted that there was some talk of extendlng the school day to
twelve hours. Personally | thlnk that twenty four hours, seven days a
week, would be a far more reasonable target to attaln, wlth bars on
the wlndows to ensure the compllance of the lnmates! And as for
the famlly pet: |'m sure that some dodgy burger manufacturer
somewhere would be lnterested! Conslder that, Dear Toper!
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at Derby 8rewlng Company and The Tap, open to festlval
volunteers + guests.
Sat 10tb
Wed 14tb - 8ranch Meetlng - Purnace, Derby - 8pm.
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Across
l Lllclt blot to dlscover a l5th
century Plorentlne palnter (l0)
6 The second part of Uley's
strong, plggy ale (4)
8 Glasgow's Clockwork
8rewery's pale ale (5.l.l.l)
pub whlch recently Punched
above lts welght! (6)
l0 Old Devll's favourlte dark beer
from 8rlgstock (4)
ll Condltlon needlng an urgent
vlslt to the pub (as long as lt's
not 'dry') (l0)
l2 Mlxed up Tom arlses, creatlng
l4 wlnes can adapt to connect a
muscle to a bone (5)
l7 See l6
l9 Pusslan heavenly whlte Sea
port (9)
22 |tchen valley's malty bltter ale,
hopefully sold ln a glant
bottle! (l0)
23 wlth 'gate' becomes a
Derbyshlre brewery, and lts
bltter (4)
24 A form of hurdy-gurdy sulted,
perhaps, to Parlslan old ladles (6)
25 A domestlc barker (5-3)
26 A Greek god: a sore rose
lndeed (4)
27 An old soclallst soccer player
who would be ln the hole
nowadays (6.4)
Down
wlth a wlld frult to lndoctrlnate
(9)
2 Plant explorer backed before a
small company (7)
3 |nfantlle, ln another word (8)
4 |f thls Derbyshlre brewery
produced welßbler would lt be
renamed 'Lederhosen'! (l5)
5 Hlnder wlthln a llmp Ldelwelss
plant (6)
6 A statlon | can get around to
burstlng polnt (9)
7 Plpe thls when wantlng to cry
(4.3)
l3 Soclal tuneful gatherlngs
whlch, lf spllt, could become
melodlous beers (9)
l5 A mural lllumlnatlon (4.5)
l6 & l7 where Derby hosted 20l4's
Natlonal wlnter Ales Pestlval
(3.l0)
l8 Pormer emlnent
Shakespearean actor and
producer (7)
20 A Tyneslder and hls dlalect (7)
2l |, enemy! No: lt's about belng
a natlve of an Arablan country
(6)
Crossword
No 38 by wrenrutt
Across
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6. PU8S
8. CLADIOLI
9. IUNN£L
10. IDL£
11. 7RIPAR7I7£
12. H£RMI7AC£
14. ILASH
17. SPIR£
19. ASPARACUS
22. NO-MANS-LAND
23. PL£A
24. CLO7H£
25. SONC8IRD
26. 8RAN
27. DUNHAM COLD
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1. DOCIICH7S
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4. SMILINC ASSASSIN
5. D£IRAY
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