Cider Pub of the year 2020
Congratulations to laurence and the team at the Cross House Tavern for being awarded Cider Pub of the year 2020
A certificate will be Presented to Laurence in the not too distant future.
About the Pub
The Cross House Tavern's heritage has been restored with a great deal of dedication.
It has again become a Victorian style establishment serving real local Ales (including Vegan Beer), Ciders, Perrys, Wines and Snacks (all sourced within 20 miles). The beer is served from tapped casks much as it was when known as the Tolsey Inn and Coach House in the early 20th centrury.
This building was originally built as two houses in the early 16th century. It was extended in the 17th century, and all extensively restored circa 1865 by Thomas Collins. He was a builder/restorer, who used it as his own home. The whole building, not just the current pub section, is Grade II* listed. Historic England List ID: 1201228
Changing cask ales
This pub serves 6 changing beers.
Changing beers typically include:
Inferno --varies-- Ledbury Bitter Malvern Hills Black Pear
For more information about the Cross House Tavern go to their Website - https://www.thecrosshousetavern.pub/