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Macclesfield & East Cheshire CAMRA > Home Login 05 August 2016 Home Diary Regional POTY 2013 Rose & Crown POTS News Old news Breweries Beartown Brewery Bollington Brewery Cheshire Brewhouse Front Row Happy Valley Mobberley Fine Ales Redwillow Brewery Storm Brewing Tatton Brewery Wincle Beer Company Pubs POTY 2014 Bulls Head Poachers Inn Young Pretender Community pubs month Beer Festivals Blog Contact Us Library Home Home Diary Regional POTY 2013 Rose & Crown POTS News Old news Breweries Beartown Brewery Bollington Brewery Cheshire Brewhouse Front Row Happy Valley Mobberley Fine Ales Redwillow Brewery Storm Brewing Tatton Brewery Wincle Beer Company Pubs POTY 2014 Bulls Head Poachers Inn Young Pretender Community pubs month Beer Festivals Blog Contact Us Library Out Inn Cheshire The Out Inn CHESHIRE magazine is now available in your local pub or online. Issue 68 was published December 2015 Good Beer Guide Britain's original number-one, independent guide to good beer and good pubs. Reserve your copy now at CAMRA Shop Our Branch.. Besides Macclesfield, our branch includes Congleton, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Wilmslow and surrounding areas. Postcodes covered are CW12, CW4, WA16, SK9, SK10 & SK11 (in Cheshire). Rose & Crown Winter Pub of the Season & Walk Join us for the presentation of Winter Pub of the Season award to the Rose & Crown, Allgreave at 1pm on Saturday 6th February. The Rose & Crown has recently been sold by Robinsons and is now a freehouse run by Ian, Luda & Freya. This social event consists of two parts - the presentation and walk in association with Bollington Real Ale Ramblers & friends. You can either just come along to the lunchtime session or join us in the 9.5 mile walk. We will be entirely at the mercy of the weather with the biggest problem being snow preventing the bus getting to the Cat & Fiddle. Therefore, please keep up in touch either via the CAMRA Yahoo group or Facebook in the week before plus check on the day. Rose and Crown website on WhatPub Please email social@eastcheshirecamra.org.uk if you are planning to come along so we can advise the Rose & Crown of numbers. The walk 9.5 miles starting at the Cat & Fiddle, via the Rose & Crown and finishing at the St.Dunstan in Langley. Transport either under your own steam or via bus. Perfectly okay to just do the first 4.2 mile stage or second 5.2 mile stage assuming you can arrange your own transport to/from the Rose & Crown. The first stage is mainly downhill but the second stage is via Shutlingsloe with ~250m of climb. This is a winter walk so please come prepared with sturdy walking boots, warm clothing, torches & waterproofs. We may have to re-consider if there is a lot of snow around as that doesn't half slow you down. It will be dark for the last hour of the walk. The agenda 09:30 Chadwicks, Bollington (bus to Macclesfield) 10:15 Macclesfield Bus Station (bus to Cat & Fiddle) 10:30 Walk starts from Cat & Fiddle 12:15 Rose & Crown, Allgreave arrival 13:00 Presentation 13:45 Walk leaves Rose & Crown 16:45 St. Dunstan, Langley arrival 17:22 Bus back to Macclesfield The route Click on the map for a larger version: New Facebook page A new Facebook page has been created called simply "East Cheshire Pubs & Beer" with the intention of being a social place where drinkers, brewers and licensees from the local area can share news of any kind related to beers and pubs. News from breweries and pubs is welcomed but please keep it under control and don't flood the group. It's hoped this page will be more successful than the CAMRA page in not being constrained by any CAMRA policy in recognition that the beer world is changing. Langley 11 charity walk, 16th May 2015 What better excuse on one’s birthday to walk 15 miles and visit 11 pubs as part of the bi-annual Langley 11 charity walk. Our group of eight joined a lot more walkers at the St. Dunstan Inn in Langley – a great community pub. Spirits were high and the weather was looking good. The first segment lulls one into a false sense of security as it’s only a short walk to the Leather Smithy in the foothills of Macclesfield forest. Our group stuck mainly to halves as 15 miles is a stiff walk at the best of times but adding in 11 pints would have been a recipe for disaster. I’m sure though that some others on the walk did go for it. The Smithy is a busy pub serving food but rather bizarrely a “no dogs inside” policy. The biggest climb faced us next through Macclesfield forest, over the top, passed Forest Chapel and down to the Stanley Arms. Our legs were fresh so we were soon queuing at the Stanley Arms for a thirst quenching Marstons. The obvious route was along the road for a couple of miles but Mr Skelhorn was having nothing to do with that so a slight detour took us towards Shutlingsloe and down into Wildboarclough. The Crag is a lovely pub tucked away in the valley serving a local beer from Cheshire Brew House in Congleton. A short walk along the road brings you to a bridge across the river and then a path up to the Rose & Crown at Allgreave. This is an ex-Robinsons pub and under the new management of Ian & Luda Rottenbury. We sat in the beer garden eating our scrumptious sausage sandwiches and admired the view. Back tracking a short distance and up the valley brings us to the Wild Boar at Wincle on the A54. Another ex-Robinsons pub that has also recently changed hands. It’s popular with campers in the adjacent camp site. We partook of a beer & pickled egg before doing the final climb over the fields to the Hanging Gate - also under new management. The pub must have the best views in our branch and serves Hydes beer. Down and across the fields to the Ryles Arms where we had a very well kept pint of Timothy Taylor Landlord. The Ryles Arms offers accommodation and dining. The longest road section is to the Gamekeeper at Sutton. Yes, you guessed it, under new management and recently tastefully renovated. The path took us alongside the river to Sutton Hall which is always architecturally impressive. The route normally takes in the Kings Head at Gurnet but that was closed (it has since re-opened) so the 11th pub was the Church Inn at Sutton – a frequent “Good Beer Guide” entry. We plodded along the road back to the St. Dunstan for a welcome meal. An enjoyable jaunt through the countryside and eleven excellent pubs. The number under new management underlines there is still a lot of churn but the licensee’s enthusiasm deserves our support. The Langley 11 costs £11 for which you get the bacon butty at the St. Dunstan, the sandwich at the Rose & Crown and final meal at the St. Dunstan. All the money goes to charity with the pubs kindly donating the food. Rob Nicholson, May 2015 Langley & Sutton Walk Handful of thirsty walkers pause for a drink of Hydes at the Hanging Gate in Sutton as part of the walk around Langley & Sutton after the presentation of Summer Pub of the Season to the St. Dunstan. The walk started at the St. Dunstan, across the fields to Hanging Gate, down the valley to the Ryles Arms (nice cheese platter), along the road to the newly rennovated Gamekeeper at Sutton and further along the road to the re-opened Kings Arms at Gurnett (bit pricey). Rob Nicholson 4th July 2015 Macclesfield beer festival welcome from our new chairman A welcome from the Campaign For Real Ale Twenty one years ago Macclesfield Round Table started the Macclesfield Beer Festival here at the Rugby Club. Over the years it has grown to be a very well respected and attended festival, with a vast array of great real ales and ciders, raising lots of money for local charities. Macclesfield and East Cheshire CAMRA is proud to be working with the Round Table again, and I hope you all enjoy the event. Over the last 21 years the beer industry has changed dramatically, and there hasn’t been a better time to be getting in to beer and real ales. Festivals always provide a great environment to try new styles, and push your taste buds a little. From traditional brown bitter, through hoppy pales and rich stouts, to the more unusual continental influenced styles like wit, dubbel, and saison: there is something here for everyone. Throughout the festival you’ll find bar staff and CAMRA members around to help you on your choices, and I know many of us would love to help your education! Beer is undergoing a huge resurgence at the moment, and CAMRA made a big difference to securing real ale on the bar. Now that battle is won, and won spectacularly, CAMRA are moving to protecting pubs in general, and making sure that the beers and ciders that are available are the best that can be. We are spoilt in this town with some fantastic pubs and bars, offering a great range of beers. But, we need to make sure that we can protect these pubs by continuing to use them. Very recently Macclesfield and East Cheshire CAMRA has had a change of helm with Rob Nicholson stepping down as Chairman after a long and prosperous tenure. My background is beer, having ran pubs for the last seven years, including The Wharf for the last 3.5 years. Recently I opened the Brewtique bottled beer shop in the town too. In my time as Chairman my plan is to continue the hard work Rob had put in, and drive the branch onward. There is a lot of change happening within the Campaign on a national level, and the future is looking exciting. All I can promise is plenty more nice beer! Our branch of CAMRA is a collection of people of all ages, all very passionate about beer and cask ale, and as you’d expect we all enjoy a drink. We organise social events often, from leisurely pub strolls to brewery visits, and we are always looking for enthusiastic people to join and be active in the branch. Pop over to the CAMRA stand and have a chat, or find me knocking about somewhere, and we’ll happily talk to you about it. Thank you all for coming, and enjoy. Cheers! Chris Stairmand Macclesfield and East Cheshire CAMRA Chairman Upcoming events Events diary Also see the year event diary. Non-CAMRA events in italics. Confirmed events in bold. read more ... Useful links Macclesfield real ale trail leaflet WhatPub, the national CAMRA pub guide (& beer scoring for CAMRA members) CAMRA national website CAMRA Heritage Pubs CAMRA discussion forums Surveying pubs Cheshire East Trading Standards \/ Neighbouring CAMRA Branches \/ High Peak & North East Cheshire North Cheshire Potteries South Cheshire Stockport & South Manchester Trafford & Hulme Discussion group To keep right up to date with the latest events in our CAMRA branch, please join our Yahoo discussion group [more] Home | Diary | News | Breweries | Pubs | Beer Festivals | Blog | Contact Us | Library Copyright 2011 by Macclesfield & East Cheshire CAMRA Privacy Statement Terms Of Use

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