The Royal Oak in Naseby has opened its doors once again, having being closed for four weeks.
John Evans, director of Towcester Mill Brewery, who run the pub, said it was great to bring back to life such a well loved pub
“It was important to us that we secured a pub that was in the heart of the village and could once again play such an important part in community life,” said Mr Evans.
“We want to really engage with the community and develop The Royal Oak into the best pub it can be and we are really excited about its future.”
The Royal Oak is a traditional village pub offering a wide range of cask ales with five hand pumps in place and traditional pub games such as Northampton table skittles and darts. The bar has an open fire and a beer garden.
“Our passion for cask ale is second to none,” added Mr Evans.
“Towcester Mill Brewery ales will be a main part of the pub’s cask ale offering and we hope that locals will enjoy the ales as much as they do in Towcester.
“The pub will initially be open on winter opening times until April for drinking only, with the plan to start serving traditional and locally sourced food in April”