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Pub History

Originally built in 1858 as a house for Charlotte Bowes-Lyon (Lady Glamis), records would indicate that it became a pub in 1882 a year after her death. For many years (and World Wars) The Strathmore slaked the thirsts of the many farm workers who worked the local farms. The advent of the motor car brought more people to the area and very soon, the Strathmore Arms was gaining itself a reputation as a fine rural public house.

The pub in its time has been leased by Bennetts brewery of Dunstable and Watneys, but for over 50 years has been a traditional free house.

Danny Blackwell took over the running of the pub in October 2002 and has built a reputation for sourcing some of the more obscure beers available in the country.

Beers

  • Summertime
  • Stout Coffin
  • Side Pocket For a Toad
  • Pale Ale Mortueka, Cashmere
  • Brewers Gold
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  • Revised Opening Hours from May 17th
  • Re Opening of The Strathmore Indoors
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