Bradfield Brewery have taken ownership of the King & Miller in Deepcar. Formerly owned by Admiral Taverns, an opportunity knocked for Bradfield when they saw the establishment had been placed on the market for sale. With contracts now exchanged, the brewery are keen to get the doors open and give a warm welcome to customers old and new.
Shortly to become a Bradfield Brewery tap, the King & Miller will feature at least six cask ales from the brewery’s Farmers Ales range, as well as a selection of fine wines, spirits and soft drinks. With open fires, a pool table and a spacious, enclosed beer garden – the pub will endeavour to offer a warm and friendly atmosphere where everyone will be welcome.
Operating a public house venue is not something new for Bradfield who have enjoyed a decade of success at their existing brewery tap, The Nags Head at Loxley. John Gill, Director at Bradfield Brewery, said of the acquisition: “We are excited at the opportunity to serve another local community with a traditional style public house which will offer great products in a friendly atmosphere. A traditional pub is something we believe should remain a part of our society and we are pleased to be bringing this offering to the local community of Deepcar and Stocksbridge”.
An exact date of reopening is yet to be confirmed but should be sometime during the summer. Further updates will be made available as we get them.