For the past few months Blythe Brewery (based in Hamstall Ridware) owners Alex & Kevin have been working especially hard…they were converting a shop in Stretton (just north of Burton-on-Trent} into a new pub! The Junction will stock real ale produced by Blythe Brewery as well as locally produced Cider (brewed in Yoxall). Vodka and Gin will also be specialities of the house and of course wines, soft drinks and even tea & coffee will be available!
The opening hours are
Sunday 1pm to 10pm
Wednesday 4pm to 11pm
Thursday 4pm to 11pm
Friday Noon to 11pm
Saturday Noon to 11pm
The official opening will take place on 7pm Wednesday 7th November with members of Tamworth CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) team there to formally present the Certificate for the LocAle Beer Award from the Tamworth Beer Festival 2018. All welcome, doors open at 4pm!
The decor and style of The Junction has been well thought out by Alex & Kevin and features contemporary design based on a theatrical theme, one of the highlights being the theatre style armchairs which have been ingeniously adapted to be movable to suit different group sizes. The lighting is based on stage lights and the gigantic mirror will give the premises a feeling of great depth. The bar area has a reclaimed look about it and has been especially built in reclaimed steel to a more friendly height, giving comfort when sitting on the bar stools or when propping up the bar!
Grand designs from a forward looking team at Blythe Brewery.
The artwork has been provided by David Walker, a PhotoArtist from Yoxall, and an unofficial member of the Blythe team. The designs of the pieces were chosen to enhance the ambiance of the premises.
Everything is ready to welcome you to The Junction and to tempt you with the excellent range of real ales and beers from Blythe Brewery. You will not be disappointed!
Situated on the crossroads (The Junction!) of Hillfield Lane, Bridge Street, Church Road and Main Street in Stretton. Looking for a landmark? St Mary’s Church is opposite! The Postcode is DE13 0DZ