A new micropub has been approved for Wolverhampton’s city centre, based in Queen street. The micropub will take over an empty shop unit which sits between Nando’s and a beauty salon and will have enough room to accommodate 30 customers while also offering 25 seats upstairs for private functions or used to deal with overflow.…

Coventry is set to receive it’s first micropub after plans were recently approved by the council to convert the former diner in Shelton Square, on two conditions, the development must begin no later than three years from the approval date & must follow the submitted plan. Applicant Angelique Cherry, plans to sell real ale &…

At the beginning of the year, The Golden Smog micropub was targeted as thieves ripped the bars off a window, proceeding to steal collection boxes for the Great North Air Ambulance and the Boro Walkers Association. Golden Smog owner, John Christine said: “People have helped us to raise thousands and thousands for charities and then…

Beeston received it’s first micropub last year after the opening of Pottle of Blues in Stoney Street. This week sees the opening of a second in the area, with a former sweet shop in Chilwell Road being transformed into the latest micropub & bottleshop, set to open this Thursday at noon (19/01/2017). The pub is…

Newport is set to receive it’s first micropub after the City Council’s Planning Committee approved the application just last week. The pub is to be named ‘The Cellar Door’ & will be located in Clytha Park Road, Newport, in a former computer shop. The Cellar Door will only serve locally sourced drinks, and sticking to…

A planning application for a new micropub called ‘Handle Bar’ has been submitted to Amber Valley Borough Council, requesting to convert a former stables & garage block in King Street, Alfreton. The Council is set to make a decision by January 18th. The application says: The Handle Bar will not be a cheap beer establishment.…