The Captain Cook Inn at Staithe’s is having another beer festival, Neil the landlord sent me the details so I thought I would share them. The Captain Cook is a great little pub at the top of the bank in Staithes, well worth a visit if you are passing.
To commemorate Saint Georges Day and All Things English, The Captain Cook Inn,Staithes, North Yorkshire will be holding it’s 7th annual English Heritage Beer,Banger and Pork Pie Festival on Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th and Sunday25th of April. The bar will be open from 11am till midnight each day and ENTRY IS FREE.
We will be scouring the country to find 30 beers, stouts, porters, pale ales,ciders and perrys named with an English Heritage theme.
Many thanks to everyone who has attended previous festivals to make them such asuccess, we look forward to seeing you at forth coming festivals and we also lookforward to seeing some new faces to join our ever increasing gatherings.
If you would like to attend for more than one day B&B is available from £17.50 perperson for groups who wish to stay for a night or two and a camp site is situated 500 yards from the Inn. For further information please phone (01947) 840200