PHOTOS: 10 pictures from the Yorkshire coast's new real ale bar

The Stackhouse Bar has opened its doors this afternoon, hoping to become a hidden gem for real ale lovers in Bridlington.

Thursday, 28th March 2019, 4:28 pm
Updated Thursday, 28th March 2019, 4:33 pm
The Stackhouse Bar opens in Bridlington

Nestled away along an alleyway off Promenade, in a former bakery, the bar will have five cask ales and 10 kegs lines which are unlikely to be available anywhere else in the town. There are also several bottled beers and ciders and a range of 60 gins.

The new bar follows the success of the first Stackhouse premises in Hornsea and specialises in real ales and craft beers.
It is designed to be a little different from Bridlington's existing pubs and does not offer mainstream beers.
Owners Lucy Farrington and Matt Davis.
The owners viewed a number of properties in Bridlington before settling on this building off Promenade.
The bar will have dozens of real ales and craft beers available, as well as around 60 gins.
Although it doesn't serve hot food, the Stackhouse Bar has a selection of bar snacks to accompany your drinks.
It's green for go. The Stackhouse opened this afternoon. Opening times will vary throughout the year, depending on demand.
It is a dog-friendly bar, where four-legged friends are welcome. Well-behaved children are also allowed in.
The Stackhouse is a small L-shaped bar with a courtyard, and sells a range of beers from local micro-breweries.
The owners said it is something different for Bridlington. "It's not what people expect, you could be in York or even London."