At the heart of many communities, the pub brings people together from all walks of life. From those who enjoy a quiet pint or a game of darts, through to celebrating weddings and sharing memories of friends and family – every pub has a tale to tell and here they are.
Championed by Greene King IPA, ‘To The Pub’ is a series of 50 pubs telling their own stories in their own words. Each film independently directed by the landlords, their staff and the locals that visit regularly. Capturing those unique moments we all recognise and love about our nation’s pubs.
We hope you enjoy the films as much as we do. Cheers.
You can visit the Fishermans Return in person at The Ln, Winterton-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 4BN
Greene King IPA is our flagship beer, born and brewed in Bury St Edmunds.
IPA stands for India Pale Ale, a style of ale brewed for export during the time of the Indian Raj (c. 1856). IPA was brewed with an unusually high volume of hops so they could preserve the ale during the long voyage to India. Funnily enough, though, our ale never made it to India. Perhaps we just didn't want to see it leave.
Many people are involved in bringing you Greene King IPA – from the farmers in the fields to the brewers back at the brewery and the landlords in the cellars. We're lucky to be surrounded by people who are passionate about what we do – and the quality of beers we craft together.