News - June 2012

13th June 2012


Work is now complete at the award-winning Jarrow Brewery’s ISIS public house on the outskirts of Sunderland City Centre. 

The most recent phase of work has seen the specialist restoration of the decorative external stonework to the frontage of this grade II listed building;  refurbishment of the first floor is also now complete, providing much needed additional floor space. 

ISIS was officially opened at the end of 2011 by Frank Nicholson, former MD of both Vaux and Wards Breweries, pictured with owners Jess and Alison McConnell . 

We are currently working on proposals to relocate Jarrow Brewery to a new location within a former church in Hebburn and to extend their current brew pub, The Maltings in South Shields.

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