Throughout Lincolnshire, craft brewing of ales, beer, and ciders are extremely popular. With the newfound popularity, you can find many pubs serving some of the best craft ales sourced from breweries around the county. Some of these pubs are also known as microbrewers of ales and more.
Eagle – Boston
The Eagle in Boston is seen as the best pub to indulge in ale. They were originally run by Soulby Breweries before joining the small beer pub company. They have been part of the CAMRA Good Beer Guide since 1987 and have been regularly part of the guide. They grew in 1998 by joining their sister small beer pubs in Lincolnshire with Castle Rock Brewing.
They sell all the best ales Castlerock has to offer and host many football events and nights.
Goodbarns Yard – Boston
Goodbarns Yard is a 700- year-old pub offering three different ales with a beer garden looking over the river and great food. They offer their ales with a sister pub The Black Bull is famous for its burgers and beer garden. The Goodbarns Yard is also great for watching sport with friends and large groups.
Crown Inn – Belton
Crown Inn is the top choice for ales. They have a highly rated reputation for providing real ale. They have 6 different ales on hand pumps and two ciders. The pub has 2 bars, which is dedicated to providing live music and karaoke. They have won numerous CAMRA awards for their ales and best bub of the year.
Their 2 changing cask ales include Abbeydale Moonshine and Boondoggle and the regular ales include Bradfield blonde, Breakspear, Jennings, and Oakham Citra.
Red Lion – Bicker
Red Lion is a pub known to date back to 1665 which was the same period as the great plague of London. It’s a typical country inn with low beams and a relaxed setting. The pub is multiroomed with a small bar and is popular for dining and enjoying great tasting ales.
Their ales include Adnams Southwold Bitter, Courage Directors, Greene King IPA.