|About||A local 'Chatter' pub without TVs or jukebox, which serves local beers and food in excellent condition. Family and dog-friendly, we welcome you.|
Housed in the oldest timber-framed building in Yorkshire (1270), the building is of huge historic importance to Beverley, having originally been a commercial warehouse for corn bequeathed to Beverley Minster, surviving the near-ruin of the town after the Reformation and being recorded as a public house from the mid-17th century onwards.
Today it enjoys a growing reputation for serving fine locally-brewed beers in the best condition, plus a full range of other drinks.
It is one of the few pubs in town to welcome dogs (and their owners) and has the finest beer garden in Beverley (a real garden, not a car park or pavement), with a superb view of Beverley Minster (especially impressive at night when it's illuminated).
It's a 'Chatter' pub - no recorded music or TV to distract from the pleasure of eating and drinking in good company.
We look forward to welcoming you.