32 Sandhill, in centre of Quayside.
Metro - Monument
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on the weekend from Thursday - Saturday 11am - 1am, Sunday 11am - 12am.
Telephone: 0191 2611037.
Goose Island IPA, Wylam - Jack the Devil, Two By Two - Snake Eyes Pale Ale, Beavertown - Neck Oil, Peroni, Beck Vier, Camden Helles Lager, Camden Pale Ale and Guinness on tap.
Magners cider also on offer.
There is also an excellent range of Cask ales including:
Firebrick Brewery - Tormit Heed - Red Ale - Other ABV 4.9%
Hadrian Border Brewery - Northumbrian Gold - Golden Ale ABV 4.5%
Crafty Monkey Brewing Co - Telegraph IPA - IPA - Session ABV 3.8%
Chapter Brewing - Dead Man's Fist - Smoked Beer ABV 5.5%
A good selection of bottled beers, wines and spirits available.
Meals: Pie Menu
Food served every day from 12pm - 9pm.
The menu includes a range of speciality pies, choose your pie and pair it with a potato dish, peas and liquors for £9.95.
Mince & Brown Ale,
Masterchef Chicken & Mushroom
Steak & Ale
Chicken & Mushroom
Salt & Chilli Shitake Mushroom
Cauliflower Cheese & Macaroni
sides £4.00 - £5.00.
Every Monday pie & a pint for £9.99.
Every Wednesday you can purchase 2 meals with all the trimmings for £12.00.
Double up on your pie for an extra £3.00.
Live Sports: none shown here.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times.
Offshore 44 returns to the Quayside after an absence of a few years.
The pub which was amalgamated to be part of the Red House has now returned in its original position and is largerly unchanged.
There is plenty of seating available throughout for diners and drinkers with a good range of beers on offer.
Speciality pies from the Red House are on offer which makes the place very popular at most times of the day and especially at the weekend.
There is a large outside seating area outside the Red House that is open in fine weather.
The bar can be hired for get togethers for functions.
Disabled access to main bar is good. Toilets at the rear are small and clean.
Other Vaulkhard group bars:
Blackie Boy (Swarley's)
The Bridge Tavern
The Town Wall