July 20th, 2016
The World’s End tour has come to York.. and ‘appen there won’t be alien human-replicants, with bodies filled with blue blood BUT – there will be TWENTY-FOUR pubs to go at, on this monster ale trail!
Thankfully, unlike the Simon Pegg comic epic, you’ve got six weeks – not a single night – to undertake it.
As ususal, York’s CAMRA branch has organised the summer ale trail – which has now begun – as a prelude to the York Beer and Cider Festival on the Knavesmire in September.
You can get a leaflet from any of the participating pubs, listed below, and there are festival discounts depending how many venues you visit!
But get supping.. your ale trail cards must be back with the organisers by August 31. The venues are:
City centre: Eagle and Child, High Petergate; City Screen, Coney Street; Golden Fleece, Pavement; Guy Fawkes, High Petergate; The Habit, Goodramgate; House of Trembling Madness, Stonegate; Lendal Cellars, Lendal; Old White Swan, Goodramgate; Pavement Vaults, Piccadilly; Red Lion, Merchantgate; Rook and Gaskill, Lawrence Street; Snickleway, Goodramgate; Sociale, Micklegate.
Outlying pubs: Fenton Flyer, Church Fenton; The Ship, Strensall; Wenlock Arms, Wheldrake; Charles XII, Heslington; Fox and Roman, Dringhouses; Lysander Arms, Rawcliffe; Sun Inn, Acomb; Walnut Tree, Heworth; Mended Drum, Huby; White Bear, Stillington; Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton.
Visit the York CAMRA website for more