Dambusters Inn Scampton

The Home of Greg’s Brewery

23, High Street, Scampton, Lincolnshire, LN1 2SD — Telephone: 01522 731333

Opening Times:
Sunday 12:00 - 19:30
Monday CLOSED ALL DAY
Tuesday 12:00 - 21:30
Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
Friday 12:00 - 24:00
Saturday 12:00 - 24:00
The Dambusters Inn has been voted Lincoln Pub of the Year 2017 by the Lincoln Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)
Please see the Dambusters Inn Events panel below.
As a guide, here is the list of Ales serving at 19:30hrs on Saturday, 21st October 2017
DAMBUSTERS ALE — from Greg’s Brewery, Scampton — — (ABV 3.8%)
NEW DAWN — from Navigation brewery, Nottingham — — (ABV 3.9%)
SLAP IN THE FACE — from Totally Brewed brewery, Nottingham (ABV 4.0%)
MAYSON — from Greg’s Brewery, Scampton (ABV 4.2%)
LANCASTER BOMBER — from Marston’s Beer Company, Burton upon Trent (ABV 4.4%)
RUBY MILD — from Rudgate Brewery, Tockwith, York — — (ABV 4.4%)
ORANGE PHEASANT — from Pheasantry Brewery, East Markham (ABV 6.0%)
CAMRA LocAle
What is CAMRA LocAle?
The logo of LocAle
CAMRA LocAle is an initiative that promotes pubs stocking locally brewed real ale.
The scheme builds on a growing consumer demand for quality local produce and an increased awareness of ‘green’ issues.
The Dambusters Inn enthusiastically supports this admirable initiative by the Lincoln Branch of CAMRA, launched at the 2009 Lincoln Beer Festival. The scheme features breweries located within twenty-five miles of the Dambusters Inn.
Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) — Campaigning for Real Ale since 1971
CAMRA’s GOOD BEER GUIDE 2018 - Published on Thursday, 14th September 2017
Image of CAMRA’s GOOD BEER GUIDE 2018Edited by Roger Protz, in the 2018 Edition of the Guide — the 45th Edition — the listing for the Dambusters Inn reads:
This feels like walking into a working World War II museum, full of memorabilia.
The bar proudly displays seven real ales, three of which Greg brews in the on-site brewery.
The pub is named after the famous RAF 617 squadron at Scampton, now home to the Red Arrows, who can often be seen flying over.
An annual beer festival is held in May, commemorating the Dambuster raid; 2018 is the raid’s 75th anniversary.
Oh — do pop into the loos!
. . . Well, there you have it. And the image of the Guide Book above is linked to CAMRA’s website and more information.

AT THE SIGN OF THE DAMBUSTERS INN . . .
GREGS BREWERY WAS LAUNCHED AT 16:00hrs on Saturday, 14th December 2013
A newly-built microbrewery situated behind the pub in the neatly kept garden of the Dambusters Inn has been very successfully producing an interesring variety of beers brewed by the Landlord, Greg Algar, for three years.
A photograph by David Cash. A Lancaster Bomber flies over the pub sign of the Dambusters Inn in Scampton, Lincolnshire. U.K.
Lancaster pa474 overflies the Dambusters Inn on Thursday, 16 May 2013
Photograph by David Cash
Ephemera from a Private collection — Guten Appetit!
R. A. F.
EMERGENCY FLYING RATION
Mk. III
Ref. No. 27P/19
An unopened tin containing Emergency Flying Ration Mk III. Ephemera from World War II
IMMEDIATELY OPENED, TRANSFER CONTENTS TO
WATERPROOF BAG: BURY EMPTY CONTAINER IN
JUNGLE OR THROW AWAY IN SEA FROM DINGHY.
SEE ALSO INSTRUCTIONS ON
WATERPROOF BAG INSIDE.
Events at the Dambusters Inn

THE LINCOLN BRANCH of CAMRA ‘PUB OF THE YEAR 2017’ AWARD
The Dambusters Inn at Scampton has retained its title as Lincoln Pub of the Year.
The Lincoln branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) voted based on the quality of the beer, atmosphere, service and community focus.
Lincoln CAMRA chairman, Aaron Joyce, presented the Award to the delighted Dambusters Inn Team headed by Greg Algar at 15:00 on Saturday, 08th April 2017
Exterior of the Dambusters Inn, Scampton. Presentation of the CAMRA Award, Lincoln Pub of the Year 2017

THE LINCOLN BRANCH of CAMRA ‘PUB OF THE YEAR 2016’ AWARD
On Saturday 23rd April 2016, Aaron Joyce, Chairman of the Lincoln Branch of CAMRA, presented the Award.
This jolly event was very well supported and was blessed with glorious sunshine.
Photograph; exterior, Dambusters Inn. CAMRA Award celebration, 23 April 2016
Other Events ...

Sunday, 22nd October 2017 at 19:00 — STURTON by STOW VILLAGE HALL, Lincoln, LN1 2AE
( · · · AND IT’S ALL HAPPENING ONLY FIVE COUNTRY MILES FROM the DAMBUSTERS INN · · · )
CONTEMPORARY BRITISH FOLK MUSIC with a Nod to Nashville
The Mile Roses
Three independent and respected solo songwriters Edwina Hayes, Kate Bramley and Simon Haworth join together to become The Mile Roses
Born out of a musical interest in both British folk and the transatlantic connections to new country and Americana, this trio are fast gaining a reputation across the UK folk scene
They delight audiences with their original songs and close harmonies, accompanied by guitars, bass, cittern, mandola, mandolin and fiddle.
Visit the Mile Roses’ WEBSITE / Visit the Mile Roses on FACEBOOK / Visit the Mile Roses on YOUTUBE
More about EDWINA HAYES / More about KATE BRAMLEY / More about SIMON HAWORTH
View Sturton by Stow Village Hall Please note: the Maximum Capacity of the Hall is Two Hundred persons

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