Pub, Club & Brewery News – April 2018

The Bricklayers Arms, Kingston closed on 29th March.  GK are believed to be seeking a new manager.
Development of the former Cap in Hand has not yet started.  The owners are believed to be waiting for someone to take on the reduced size pub which is part of the development.
The Canbury Arms has been taken over by Pearmain and is expected to be closed for some time for refurbishment.
The Willoughby Arms is holding a preview night for its St Georges Day beer festival on Thursday 19th April, aimed at CAMRA and SPBW members.
The former manager of the Royal Oak, New Malden, (Luke) has returned after taking a year off.
The former Signature wine bar in Molesey has re-opened as Bar 84, run by a former manager of the Antelope.
Woodies, New Malden has a new manager.
David Beale has been appointed BLO of the Fuzzchat brewery at the Jolly Coopers in Epsom.
The Antelope, Surbiton is holding a beer festival from 4th to 7th May.
The Royal George in Hersham has won the Ram charity pub of the year and the locals are planning to apply for an ACV (though the pub is not currently under threat). The pub also now offers a changing guest beer from the Marstons list.
Park brewery have been brewing at Reunion since their Kingston premises closed. A brewery open day is planned at Gallery 63 on Park Road Kingston on 22nd April, with on and off sales.


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