Louth town centre gets its first micropub
CHEERS: Pictured, from left, Tony Howkins, Lisa Howkins, David Stamp
By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 17 Jul 2017
A NEW micropub/cafe is coming to Louth on Friday, July 21.
Tucked away near the New Market Hall off Cornmarket, The Consortium will offer five hand-pulled beers, real cider and selection of wine, coffee and snacks.
“The idea is we will offer a selection of locally-brewed real and craft ales in a warm and welcoming environment,” said brewer Tony Howkins.
“There is an outdoor seating area, ideally placed to catch the lingering rays of the afternoon sun, which makes it a great place for a lunchtime break as well as an after-work tipple.”
Mr Howkins, founder of Louth’s Black Horse Brewery, brings a two-decade brewing heritage to the project, partnering with his brother Darran and David Stamp. Opening hours are set as noon to 10pm from Wednesday to Saturday.
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