Hull & East Yorkshire

Campaign for Real Ale

Pub Guide (Cider)


May is Cider Month

To raise awareness of cider and perry production, CAMRA celebrates Cider Month twice a year. These are in October and May, during which time our local branches organise cider and perry events across the country. Unlike real ale production, which can happen at any time of the year, real cider and perry can only be made when the fruit is ripe and is tied to a natural cycle of the apple and pear trees found in orchards around the country. May was chosen because it is when the orchards bloom and begin producing fruit which will then be harvested. It is also when cider and perry production in the previous year reaches maturity and can start being enjoyed.
Please be aware some of these pubs might not be open until 17th May 2021

Pubs serving real cider

  • Beverley
    • Chequers Micropub 15 Swaby's Yard, Dyer Lane Beverley HU17 9BZ Telephone07964 227906

      Opened in 2013 by a CAMRA member, Chequers is a small and friendly pub just off the main Saturday market area of Beverley centre. Features one room on two levels with a small outdoor drinking area. Ian and his staff are passionate about what they do and always try to provide an interesting and varied selection of real ales and ciders. Cider pub of the year 2020. Table service only continues (March 2022).

    • Cornerhouse 2 Norwood Beverley HU17 9ET Telephone(01482) 882652

      Beverley's biggest selection of real ales and ciders all served from one long bar. Runner up as the East Yorkshire CAMRA town pub of the year 2011. The floor in this pub is on different levels, with a sofa area at one end, and a dining area at the other.

    • Cross Keys 8 Lairgate Beverley HU17 8EE Telephone(01482) 880388

      Dating from the mid 18th century this large public house was refurbished and opened by JD Wetherspoon on 19 April 2016. The original building was extended into a smaller adjoining building giving the pub a split level layout with a large central area and some smaller rooms off. There are 2 banks of 6 handpumps and a focus on LocAles. Open for breakfast from 8am with alcohol served from 9am.

    • Dog & Duck 33 Ladygate Beverley HU17 8BH Telephone(01482) 862419

      On side street adjacent to Brown's department store the pub was built in the 1930's as a John Smith's house and has been run by the same family since 1972. It comprises three areas: a bar with a period brick fireplace and bentwood seating, a front lounge with an open fire, and a rear snug. The good-value, home-cooked lunches are popular. Guest accommodation is in six purpose-built self-contained rooms to the rear. Close to Beverley bus station. Dog friendly at all times in bar and after food service in the lounge.

    • Monks Walk 19 Highgate Beverley HU17 0DN Telephone(01482) 864972

      Traditional pub in the shadow of Beverley Minster. Access from both Highgate and Eastgate (via rear yard). Two rooms; a small front bar and a longer main room which stretches back through a small restaurant area. The Reynolds (Leeds) cast iron tables are of note in the front bar. A smaller room is on the opposite side of the alleyway and acts as the pool room. A walled garden offers views of the Minster. Keg beers and lagers from regional breweries are also available. The range of real ales always includes a pale, dark and stronger choice. Popular quiz weekly on Tuesday.

  • Brough
    • Blackburn Leisure & Sports Club Prescott Avenue Brough HU15 1BB Telephone(01482) 667353

      A social club open to non members.There's a membership for the year if you join up this gets you access to the discount at the bar on drinks and use of squash,snooker and tennis courts. The sports field is used for differing age groups, 22 football teams, astral turfed hockey pitch.

    • Centurion Arms 39 Skillings Lane Brough HU15 1BA

      One room 'micro-pub' converted from a shop unit, in the village's shopping area. There are 4 beers available on hand pump plus one cider. There are a variety of seating areas, and dogs are welcome at all times.Third of a pint tasters are available

  • Cottingham
    • Hugh Fitz-Baldric 144 Hallgate Cottingham HU16 4BB

      The Hugh Fitz-Baldric micro pub is named after a local Cottingham man from the 1400's who became the first Sheriff of Yorkshire. A resident craft ale, lagers, traditional ciders, fine wines and a well acclaimed gin menu will also be on offer. There are six hand pulls four are regular and the remainder will be the guest ales. Six ciders are also available. See Facebook page for up and coming events.

      Awards

      • Branch Pub of the Year 2019 (Village)
    • King William IV 152 Hallgate Cottingham HU16 4DB Telephone(01482) 875996

      A village centre pub with a traditional bar and quiet lounge. It hosts weekly quiz nights and the annual Cottingham music festival. The pub opens out to the rear to include a former brewery converted into a function room, a beer garden and courtyard, both with covered smoking areas. Excellent value meals are served in large or small portions.

  • Easington
    • Marquis of Granby North Church Side Easington HU12 0TW Telephone(01964) 650143

      Large village pub just off the main square in the shadow of the church. En-suite accommodation available.

  • Goodmanham
    • Goodmanham Arms Main Street Goodmanham YO43 3JA Telephone(01430) 873849

      Close to the Wolds Way, this village pub is very popular with walkers in the area. There is a small seating area outside adjacent to the car park. Inside the pub can be very cosy, with roaring log fires in the winter and on Friday evenings there will probably be a cooking pot hanging over the main fireplace. The Goodmanham has its own on site brewery, All Hallows with regular brews including Peg Fyfe Mild, Mischief Maker, and Ragged Robyn. A small vintage motorcycle museum was introduced 2013; accessible from within the pub. Local CAMRA Village Pub of the Year for many years and runner up 2019

  • Hedon
    • Haven Arms Sheriff Highway Hedon HU12 8HH Telephone(01482) 897695

      Situated in the historic Haven area of Hedon, which was once the largest port on the River Humber. The bar is divided into different areas, with the concert room used as the focus for local community activities. One real cider served but this can increase to 2 or 3 during the summer months.

    • Hed'On Inn 7 Watmaughs Arcade, St Augustine Gate Hedon HU12 8EZ Telephone(01964) 601100

      A micropub but serves continental lagers to accommodate loyal customers from their previous pub. Situated on a car park in the centre of this old market town, and converted from the office space of a carpet shop. The premises are tastefully decorated and all fitting are recycled from the East Riding. There are two regular beers plus four changing regularly. A minimum of three real ciders plus continental bottled beers are available as well as wines and spirits. Wednesday night quiz. Acoustic folk Sundays and alternate Tuesdays.

    • Queens Head 14 St Augustines Gate Hedon HU12 8EX Telephone(01482) 891432

      A large mock tudor pub at the south end of the high street. Live music, disco and karaoke and sports TV make this pub popular with the younger crowd. There is a conservatory and a large paved garden with seating to the rear. Hosts a very popular bingo session on Monday afternoon.

  • Hessle
    • Pourhouse 55 Prestongate Hessle HU13 0RD

      Adjacent to Hessle's shopping area and purposely converted to a pub by the owners. It has a industrial style interior with canteen style bench tables and seating. Emphasis is given to the trend of craft brewing with six keg taps and a wider selection in cans. There is also a selection of traditional Belgian beers available in bottles

  • Hull
    • Albion Caroline Street Hull HU2 8EA

      Off the busy city center.This back street pub has a regular clientele.

    • Alexandra Hotel 69 Hessle Road Hull HU3 2AB Telephone(01482) 327455

      A grade II listed landmark pub on Hessle Road on the approach to the city centre. Reopened October 2019. Home to the Pickled Parrot brewery. Yorkshire Brewhouse supply all core bottled range as well as two casks, there is also changing ales from other local, regional and National breweries. A good selection of real cider is also available. Transport pick up and drop off is available for a donation to the pubs charity.

    • Falcon 60 Falkland Road Hull HU9 5HA Telephone(01482) 713721

      2 roomed pub, close to the Hull KR rugby ground, this estate pub gets very busy on match days. Features a front bar and rear games room. Community focused with pool, darts and football teams also midweek pensioners afternoons. Pub organises day trips to various events especially rugby league. Away supporter friendly plus coach trips welcome with prior arrangement with licensee. Once an oasis for real ale drinkers in East Hull the pub does not currently sell real ale.

    • Furley & Co 18-20 Princes Dock Street Hull HU1 2LP Telephone(01482) 229649

      Cask, craft & cider bar newly built within a former shipping warehouse. 5 cask ales always available including at least 1 dark beer. A large selection of craft ales available. Selection of ciders also available. Taking bookings for function room.

    • Head of Steam 10 King Street Hull HU1 2JJ Telephone(01482) 217236

      This is a single roomed pub decorated with beer related artefacts, large picture windows overlook Hull Minster and Trinity Square. An outdoor seating area to the front of the premises. Provides an ideal location to watch the world go by. The cask ales which constantly vary often promote new breweries are complimented by an extensive selection of craft products, which reflect the passion of the management team.

    • Hop & Vine 24 Albion Street Hull HU1 3TG Telephone07507 719259

      Hull’s smallest real ale and cider outlet. A former wine bar, it is a small single-roomed cellar bar, accessed by steps. Food available until 9pm. Good Beer Guide Listed since 2009. Yorkshire Cider Pub of the Year 2010/11/12/14. Hull Cider Pub of the Year 2009/10/11/12/13; Joint Winner National Cider Pub of the Year 2010 and finalist in 2014.

    • Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival 2019 South Church Side Hull HU1 1RR

      11th to 13th April 2019 - Free entry for CAMRA members at all times Hot and cold food available, live music

    • Lion & Key 48 High Street Hull HU1 1QE Telephone(01482) 225212

      There has been a pub at this address for many years, formerly ‘Durty Nelly’s’ it has now reverted to it's original name. The beers are mostly from the self owned brewery, Cathead, situated next door, with the remainder sourced from Yorkshire. The pub is on 2 levels with an upstairs restaurant area, and is a sister pub of nearby Wm Hawkes. A former Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA City Pub of the Year.

    • New Adelphi Club 89 De Grey Street Hull HU5 2RU Telephone(01482) 348216

      Hull's iconic music venue has been the launch pad to many an illustrious career and hosted a veritable Who's Who of popular music since opening in 1984. There is a large main music room and a smaller front bar that accommodates a pool table. Predominantly open on weekends when bands are on but hours may vary at other times so please check the pubs website for full details. Cover charges may apply to the music room but the front bar remains free.

    • New Clarence 77-79 Charles Street Hull HU2 8DE Telephone(01482) 961666

      Re-opened in autumn 2020 by the former licensee of another local popular venue, Chilli Devil. The pub itself was once multi-roomed but is now one large open space, with a central bar; there is a raised area sometimes used for small functions. Its location is suitable as a meeting point for events as Hull's New Theatre is close by along with other pubs, bars and restaurants. Food is themed around chilli.

    • Off The Road Spring bank west Hull HU5 3RU Telephone07949 702459

      A converted from a shop in to a micro bar. Situated at the junction of Princess Avenue & Spring Bank West,it's very popular and busy area at the weekends.Two real ales available from local Breweries.

    • Olde Black Boy 150 High Street Hull HU1 1PS Telephone(01482) 215040

      Licensed since 1729, this Grade II Listed pub is on CAMRA's National Inventory. Two downstairs bars full of character. with a third upstairs bar and an additional roof top space. It lies on the medieval cobbled High Street in the heart of Hull's old town. The pub has a loyal following of folk singers and musicians providing live music on Wednesday evenings Note that the pub may be open to midnight Friday to Sunday if busy

    • Pave 16-20 Princes Avenue Hull HU5 3QA Telephone(01482) 333181

      A lively cafe bar in a very busy and popular area. Has live music on Tuesdays and Sundays (usually jazz), and also features live comedy nights. In addition to draught beers there is also a selection of bottled ales and continental lagers.

    • Sailmakers Arms Chandlers Court, 159 High Street Hull HU1 1NQ Telephone(01482) 227437

      Set in secluded yard off High Street in Hull's Old Town near the Museum Quarter. Good locally sourced food complements four real ales and real cider. Acoustic music on a Sunday afternoon, in the courtyard on summers days, and open mic night on Wednesday's from 9pm. Note that food may finish early on weekdays.

    • Scale & Feather 21 Scale Lane Hull HU1 1LF Telephone07808 832295

      Large single roomer, one of the first pubs created in the Old Ton of Hull from other premises. The first was a restaurant, named Venn after mathematician John Venn and then Walters, named after premises of a former barber's shop on the site. It is now in different hands and offers a relaxed adult environment to enjoy a wide variety of changing real ales, craft beers with some brewed locally. Opening times may vary during the week depending on footfall.

    • Spring Bank Tavern 29 Spring Bank Hull HU3 1AF

      Reopened and fully refurbished in October 2021. A corner pub in a busy multi cultural area on Spring Bank.The pub dates back to the 1820s and backed on to the horse drawn vehicle fire station. Fast becoming a popular rock venue on certain nights. A short walk from the bus and train interchange. Hotels nearby.

    • St Johns Hotel 10 Queens Road Hull HU5 2PY Telephone(01482) 341013

      Grade II listed multi-roomed street corner pub with an old-fashioned feel and most original features well preserved. Comprising of 3 rooms; the comfortable front room has original bench seating with an L-shaped bar and a dartboard at the far end. A smaller lounge room at the back and a larger room to the right of a central corridor complete the interior. The large room houses the pool table and features a temporary bar when the pub holds its 4 real ale festivals during the year. Outside there is a large garden to the right and back of the pub with a smaller paved patio area directly to the rear. Tuesday night hosts live music events. Twice winner of Marston's Best Cask Ale in North of England award. The welcoming front corner public bar complements a quiet back room, with original bench seating. A more basic larger room accommodates the pool table and is home to the beer festival bar three times a year. Community local with two dart teams, football team and the Oddfellows cricket league which hosts quiz nights in the winter. Open-mic night Tuesdays. Local CAMRA City Pub of the Year Runner-up.

    • Station Inn 202 Beverley Road Hull HU5 1AA

      Traditional pub with front bar boasting an open fire, and a large lounge used for various events at weekends. Named for its location on the old Hull-Withernsea line as evidenced by the buildings on the opposite side of the road.Refurbishment currently on going.Nov 2021

    • Taphouse 70 Humber Street Hull HU1 1TU Telephone(01482) 618000

      Brewery tap for Bone Machine. The bar is a spacious one room, converted from the previous brew house, which in turn was converted previously from a fruit merchant's warehouse. The original owner was one of the original businesses in the area responsible for early regeneration of the Fruit Market area. Consequently this is now at the heart of Hull's thriving Fruit Market scene. Food is provided by food street vendors on a weekly changing basis; bar snacks available when the kitchen is closed

    • Three John Scotts Lowgate Hull HU1 1AA Telephone(01482) 381910

      Wetherspoon's pub based in an old Edwardian Post Office building. The name is derived from the St. Mary's Church opposite, which had three successive vicars all bearing the name John Scott in the 19th century. There is a large rear courtyard seating area which is a great sun trap in the summer. Third regular ale now made up from one of the following: Adnams Broadside / Sharps Doom Bar / Fullers London Pride

    • Vintage 28 Silver Street Hull HU1 1JG Telephone(01482) 325104

      A converted former jewellers shop, now a single room bar in the heart of Hull's real ale trail. Tastefully decorated with pictures of the old town giving the bar a relaxed atmosphere for real ale lovers. Next to the passageway to the historic Ye Olde White Harte.

    • Vittles & Company Trinity House Lane Hull HU1 2JH Telephone07885 639217

      We’re a micro-brewery/bar/bottle shop based in the heart of Hull’s resurgent Old Town, part of the newly refurbished Trinity Market, next door to the magnificent Minster. We have a large range of local,national,international bottled & canned beers & a selection of cask & keg beers on a fully working bar, perhaps the smallest commercial brewery Tap in Hull @50 Litres? This supplies our own shop and a few local establishments. Instagram: @vittlesandcompany.

    • Whalebone 165 Wincolmlee Hull HU2 0PA Telephone07506 868461

      A rare gem of a pub in an old industrial area associated with the whaling trade. Continuously licensed since 1791, the present building dates from 1890 though much altered internally. Photos of old Hull pubs and the city's football and rugby league clubs are on display. A free house since 2002, serving up to 7 real ales, 6 ciders and perries always available.A selection of craft and continental ales are available. Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA Branch City Pub of the Year 2014;2015;2016;2017;2019; 2020 . Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2016 and runner up 2019 Yorkshire's runner up Pub of the year 2017

    • White Hart 109 Alfred Gelder Street Hull HU1 1EP Telephone07538 470546

      Reopened in April 2018 after many years of closure. Located on the edge of Hull's Old Town, the pub's interior is of National historical interest featuring in Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs, with a rare bar front and many other original features. They showcase the more progressive breweries regionally and have a number of craft and key keg beers also available along with a selection of continental bottled beers. Runner-up Branch Pub of the Year 2019

  • Lelley
    • Stags Head Inn Main Street Lelley HU12 8SN Telephone(01482) 891460

      Two hundred year old pub on the edge of the village. Comprises bar, restaurant and games room. All food sourced locally.

  • Market Weighton
    • Griffin Inn 74 Market Place Market Weighton YO43 3AW Telephone(01430) 873284

      Only a small number of pubs out of Lancashire selling Thwaites beers and here you are treated to two.Very popular with all age groups.

  • North Newbald
    • Gnu Inn The Green North Newbald YO43 4SA Telephone(01430) 827473

      2 roomed pub with sports tv and dart board. This a popular pub with the villagers and frequent day trippers,cyclists and walkers in the warmer months. Opposite is the second pub near the village green the Tiger Inn.

  • Patrington Haven
    • Burns Head Main Street Patrington Haven HU12 0QJ Telephone(01964) 630530

      Situated 1km south of Patrington this 250 year old village pub with oak beams overlooks the village green and was originally situated besde the river when Sunk Island was an island. It comprises a lounge/restaurant with a separate bar and games room. It serves two ever changing real ales sourced nationally. The Beatles st the pub in 1962

  • Paull
    • Royal Oak 42 Main Street Paull HU12 8AL Telephone(01482) 899010

      This multi-roomed pub is situated on the banks of the Humber Estuary with views across to the Humber Bridge. Three distinct rooms are served from a central bar with access through the back lounge to the raised patio area, overlooking the Humber estuary/

  • Skidby
    • Half Moon Main Street Skidby HU16 5TG Telephone(01482) 843403

      Village centre pub with an emphasis on food. Quiz on Thursday evenings.Continental beers available

  • South Dalton
    • Pipe & Glass West End South Dalton HU17 7PN Telephone(01430) 810246

      On the site of the original gatehouse to Dalton Hall, the Pipe & Glass is known for the quality of its Michelin starred restaurant. The building has exposed oak beams and custom made furniture. Drinkers are catered for by three real ales from Yorkshire breweries, plus real cider.

  • Thorngumbald
    • New Royal Mail Sorting Room, Main Road Thorngumbald HU12 9LN

      Micro pub, in converted sorting room, behind the old post office (now a cafe). The name stems from the former Royal Mail coaching house in the village which was demolished to make way for a retail outlet. A covered conservatory area was added in 2021.

  • Withernsea
    • Old BoatShed 2 Seaside Road Withernsea HU19 2DL Telephone07812 446689

      Opened in 2016, the current operators took over in September 2018. Originally built in 1881 as the town's lifeboat station the bar retains some of the original features. This micro bar comprises a single rectangular room with the bar at the back right dispensing real ales, keg beers, wine and cider. No loud music, TV or gaming machines. There is a comfortable raised seating area outside to the front. Children and dogs welcome. Four changing cask ales and three real ciders.