The Hop Vine formerly the ‘Royal Hotel’ was built in 1874 and was the main stopping off point for goods being transported to and from the old Turnpike road the A59. The Royal as it was known has served the community and travellers alike. To the rear of the building in our historic Cobbled Garden you will find our own brewery housed in the stables which were used for the horses and stage coaches as they passed through the village. From Ales to YPA’s, to Blonde beers we are a small producer using primary English hops brewing exclusively in house for The Hop Vine and our sister pub the Legh Arms.
Our countryside sister the Legh Arms is our latest addition to the family and is situated in the pretty hamlet of Mere Brow. Here we serve our trademark delicious home produced quality food and excellent home brewed ales. Your hosts Mike & Julie and their superb team bring a wealth of experience in the trade and have sourced the best in the local area to tempt you. Whether it be ales, fine wines, lagers, steak or fish we welcome you to sit back relax and enjoy the fruits of the area.
“The Hop Vine, a Village Pub & Brewery which
Champions a Strong Community Spirit.”
At the Hop Vine we produce great food using the highest quality ingredients much of which is locally sourced.
Trip Advisor agrees and they say “The food is always excellent, with fresh locally sourced produce, presented nicely and generous sized portions.
Come and dine with us now and have a fantastic meal in wonderful surroundings made by great chefs and served by welcoming staff.
Certificate of Excellence 2015
HOP VINE BITTER ABV 3.8%
AMBER IN COLOUR
A HINT OF CEDAR ON THE NOSE, A SLIGHT TANG OF GREEN TEA AND SPICES ON THE PALATE GIVING WAY TO A LENGTHY FINISH
HOPPY BLONDE ABV 4.2
A SMELL OF SAGE AND PINE, THE TASTE PROFILE HAS A SLIGHT LIQUORICE GRAPEFRUIT AND LYCHEES FLAVOUR.
D,VINE IPA ABV 5.2
A SMELL OF PINE AND GRAPEFRUIT, THE FLAVOURS ARE TROPICAL FRUIT MANGOES AND LIMES , A NICE LONG BITTER FINISH REFRESHING THE PALATE