07595 423614

2 High Street Tutbury

Burton Upon Trent,

DE13 9LP



    Micropub Links


The Butcher's Arms

Herne, Kent

The ORIGINAL Micropub

The Bake and Ale House

Westgate on Sea, Kent

The Conqueror Ale House

Ramsgate, Kent

The Micropub Philosophy


The philosophy behind a micropub is the rejection of all that the big chains tell us that we want. There will, therefore, be no television, no fruit machines, no juke box, no food, no spirits and no lager. The emphasis will be on good beer from microbreweries (and house wines) and conversation. The beer will be served straight from the cask.


The definition of a Micropub is difficult. It is a set of ethics rather than a set of rules, but generally speaking a Micropub is small (compared to a ‘normal’ pub), and single-roomed and sells exclusively cask conditioned beers.

Opening Times


Lunch times:

12.00 - 14.30

(Tues to Friday)


17.00 - 21.30 or later

(Tues to Thurs)

17.00 - 22.30



13.00 - 22.30



13.00 -16.00



Closed all day Monday


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The Cask  and Pottle is the first micropub in Staffordshire, five miles from Burton on Trent, the brewing capital of England.


Run by Gary Hopper and Jane Thompson, who are both retired and moved up from Deal, in Kent, to set up the business. They were regular customers of The Just Reproach and liked the concept so much that they decided to open their own.


The premises has been many things in the past, from a video store to a sweet shop, but is now a cosy, welcoming place in which to drink fantastic real ale and enjoy good conversation.


 Cask and Pottle links...


  CAMRA: What pub


  Burton Mail

Country Pub of the Year 2015

 Burton and South Derbyshire Camra Branch