We serve five real ales, including two from our local Uley Brewery and a Wye valley bitter. We also serve ciders, lagers, wines and spirits, and a range of non-alcoholic drinks. We're open from 12 noon until 11.00pm (10.30pm on a Sunday).

Please see below more information about our local and guest real ales and breweries.

The Pumps

Uley Brewery

Brewing at Uley began in 1833 at Price's Brewery. After a long gap, the premises were restored and Uley Brewery opened in 1985. The brewery has its own spring water, which is used to mash with Tuckers Maris Otter malt and boiled with Hereford hops. No sugar or additives are added. Uley serves 40-50 free-trade outlets in the Cotswold area.

Uley Brewery was built by Samuel Price in 1833 during the reign of William IV, on the site of the lower village spring outlet. There was a great demand for beer in Uley; the valley bottom was full of woollen mills, a dusty thirsty trade, and a map of 1840 shows thirteen beerhouses in the village!

Wye Valley Brewery

Wye Valley Brewery is a family-run business dedicated to brewing the best cask-conditioned beer possible and championing pubs as important parts of local communities. We use only the finest quality raw materials – sourced locally wherever possible – and are proud to be recognised as the leading cask ale brewery in the county.

Founded in 1985 by ex-Guinness brewer Peter Amor, we began brewing in Canon Pyon, Herefordshire, but moved shortly afterwards to the old stable block of The Barrels, an historic 18th century coaching inn in Hereford.

By April 2002 the brewery had outgrown its Hereford home and relocated to its present site in Stoke Lacy. Also in 2002, after completing his brewing training at Young’s Brewery in Wandsworth, Peter’s son Vernon took over as our managing director.

Our award-winning real ales: For a small, regional brewery we believe we've a pretty diverse family of draught and bottled ales. At its core are three long-standing favourites: Butty Bach, HPA and Wye Valley Bitter. These terrific traditional ales are complemented by the brilliant beers in our Dorothy Goodbody's range.