The Pub was a Posting house at the turn of the previous century. It was then called "The Queens Hotel". A picture of the Queens Hotel is displayed in the bar by the fireplace.
Our beer is a combination of beers and ales from the UK and Belgium. Food was served with Ale to help wash it down, with meat or poultry being the main course of the evening meal at Posting houses and Inns.
It was the growth of laws governing beer and emanating from the Dutch, generated the Belgian Revolution of 1830. What's more, the first contained a member of the Rodenbach family, of whom we know brewery, situated in Roeselare. Coming from across the Channel, Industrial Revolution resulted in a strong English influence on revolution - of men as of machines - at raw material level (notably hops and sugar), and in respect of the press concerning this sector. The influence also affected actual taste. Read more on Belgian beers.