Isis - Pub of the Year
Brewery Progress June 2013
Building works and installation of our new 40-barrel plant on the Bede Industrial Estate, Jarrow, are going well with the first brew of Rivet Catcher scheduled for July 10th 2013.
Management Change at The Robin Hood
With the opening of the new brewery just a few weeks away, and after personally managing the Robin Hood for 11 years, the owners have decided the public house will be leased for the next ten years as they do not wish the standards of service to decline for any lack of their attention.
The new landlord of the Robin Hood will be Norman Scott, who is leaving his current public house - The Clock, Hebburn, when his tenure at the pub terminates in the near future.
Norman was born in Primrose and comes with a wealth of experience in the licensed trade and the Brewery feel that he is the ideal candidate for the future development of the Robin Hood.
A full range of Jarrow bottled beer will shortly be available for sale at all our Jarrow Brewery pubs and local stockists.
Rivet Catcher and McConnell's Irish Stout will be available for takeaway from Saturday 8th June 2013 at all pubs priced £20 per case of 8 x 500ml bottles.
A full list of Christmas gifts will soon be available.
FEBRUARY 2013 - CAMRA AWARD FOR THE ISIS
The Isis has been awarded recognition with it being named Sunderland & South Tyneside CAMRA Pub of The Year for 2013. The pub will now compete with other area winners for the title of Regional Pub of The Year.
The other winners are: The Quaker House, Darlington - Darlington CAMRA; The Rat Race, Hartlepool - Cleveland CAMRA; Tap & Spile, Framwellgate Moor - Durham CAMRA; Free Trade, Byker - Tyneside CAMRA and one of the following three pubs to represent Northumberland - Boathouse, Wylam; Tap & Spile, Morpeth; The Ship, Low Newton.