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Covid 19 - Latest News

In response to the reports that easing of restrictions in England will be delayed beyond June 21, please find the attached comment from CAMRA National Chairman Nik Antona.

Read the release on our website:



CAMRA says dropping vaccine passports for pubs ‘right call for consumers and licensees alike’
Responding to the news that the Government has shelved plans to bring in ‘vaccine passports’ for pubs and hospitality businesses in England, Nik Antona, CAMRA Chairman said: “This was the right call to make – a vaccine passport scheme would have been another nightmare set of rules for licensees to enforce and potentially exclusionary to some consumers. “The social and wellbeing benefits of pub going should be available to everyone, and the Government still has not provided any evidence that hospitality businesses have been a major vector for virus transmissions – so we saw no reason why the sector should be singled out for more unfair treatment.
“Licensees will be breathing a sigh of relief today – especially as many are still getting to grips with new rules on registering all customers in groups for Test and Trace, and planning for indoor reopening in May.
“The Government must now stick to its reopening roadmap, and double down on efforts to encourage to people socialise safely in pubs and social clubs by introducing a new, lower, rate of duty for draught beer, and extending the business rates holiday.”

When can Pubs and Clubs re-open

England and Scotland have set out dates for when pubs and restaurants may be able to reopen again, as the vaccine roll-out protects an increasing share of the population.

Hospitality venues across most of the UK are currently closed as part of the national lockdown, although they can offer takeaway food and drink within certain restrictions.

When will pubs and restaurants re-open in England?

In England the earliest dates for hospitality reopening are:

12 April- Restaurants and pub gardens will be allowed to serve customers sitting outdoors - including alcohol; customers can meet in a group of up to six people from different households; a maximum of two households can meet to form a group of any size.
17 May - Hospitality venues can seat customers indoors; parties can be made up of a maximum of six people or two households of any size; groups seated outside must be smaller than 30 people.
21 June - All restrictions will be lifted, and nightclubs will be allowed to re-open

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How to support our breweries and pubs during COVID-19 crisis

1. Buy beer direct from the brewery – a number of local breweries are delivering to York and surrounds, or offering opening times where you can collect your order. Buying from the brewery puts the money direct into their tills and will help them keep the lights on.

2. Buy beer and food from the pub – a few pubs are keeping their kitchens open and delivering to their local area. If your local pubs is one of them then please support them and help them survive this unprecedented situation

We’ve listed all the local breweries and pubs below. If you know any we’ve missed then please let us know on ku.gro.armac.lluh@ofni so we can update this page.

Branch breweries and pubs open for beer delivery/collection


All Hallows -- -- 07508 604444
Atom --
Bone Machine --
Bricknell --
Half Moon -- -- 01757 288977
Great Newsome -- -- 01964 612201
Vittles & Company --
Wold Top --
Yorkshire Brewhouse --

Cider Producers

Colemans -- or 07866 551018


Alexandra Hotel -- phone between 10am – 9pm – 07768 726905 – beers and cider
Atom, Corn Exchange --
Chilli Devil’s @ The New Clarence -- -- phone 01482 961666 Weds/Sat 1pm-8pm
Furley & Co -- -- phone 01482 229649 - Take out beers, ciders, IPAs and DIPAs, as well as a condensed food menu
Head of Steam — — Phone 01482 217236 -Wednesday to Saturday bottle shop, Head to our Untappd or Facebook pages for full availability list
Hop & Vine -- Bottled beers and Ciders available from the bar between 5-7pm Thursday to Saturday
Minerva -- -- Take out weekend meals, plus alcohol take outs, Saturday and Sunday -- phone 01482 210025
Taphouse— Friday/Saturday 12-8pm, Street food, beer and cider, tea & coffee — call to order 01482 618000
80 Days Bier Haus --
Chequers Micropub -- Delivery and takeaway beer, ciders and cans, bring your own flagons, growlers etc for refills - please phone 07719 800232 for further information
Tiger Inn -- - phone 01482 869040 - Take away food available Thursday to Saturday 12noon to 8pm, collection only
Three B’s Micropub -- – phone 01262 604235
Goodmanham Arms -- -- phone 07508 604444 - Beers are available in 9 pint boxes for £20 plus £2 delivery outside M. Weighton or for takeaway, all by prior appointment, also pints in plastic glasses with a lid for consumption off the premises. Takeaway food eg pies/curry/fish and chips etc Mon to Fri.
The Pourhouse -- @pourhouseHessle --deliveries as well as take outs, cans and bottles - pub re-opened -- check Twitter for opening hours
Stackhouse -- -- phone 01964 534407

To find other pubs offering takeaway or delivery services, please visit our CAMRA also has a list of breweries offering these services, which is available both on and

New CAMRA update - Brew2you

How Brew2You works? Brew2You is a simple app that allows you to find and order drinks from local pubs and breweries. Click the link, Brew2you for further information.

Install the App Download the app via the App Store

Find local pubs, breweries (plus more) based on location quickly and easily

Place your order and enjoy great drinks from great local businesses

This app is produced in partnership with : Cask Marque, Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) and British Institute of Innkeeping (BII)