The Castle

A 'warts & all' account of the transformation of a run-down pub in Bradford-On-Avon into a 'proper' Inn (food pub with rooms). Written by Alex Reilley & Pierre Woodford

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Revealing The Hidden Window

The builders have carefully taken away the infill and have revealed what was once a window, it has great proportions and when it is tidied up and lime plastered, will house a fantastic painting and a little seat for guests to relax on. In answer to the previous comment we are going to be a proper inn, where tv averse drinkers will be made welcome along with all other patrons to enjoy good ale (we have recently been on a beer tasting exercise to decide on beers for the inn. It's a hard life!), good wine and good food. Eventually we will have four rooms, but have decided to open up the ground floor first.


At 3:07 PM GMT, Blogger BoA Beer Hunter said...

Hidden Window?

This sounds like your desired new porter-style beer, and I'm sure that Gary would look to brew some for you as he's a very enterprising chap.

You ought to also visit his mate Chaz Hobden at the Wessex Brewery; they were both formewerly at the Oakhill Brewery.

At 9:11 PM GMT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

But are we going to have a real pub where people can have a pint and a chat or is it going to be a place for the "ladies who lunch"? How about a comment on this point...


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