Start off your morning at the Church inn! Enjoy delicious homemade biscuits and coffees from 10.30am every morning. Or pop in for afternoon tea from 3pm Monday-Friday.
With the Gin renaissance showing no signs of decline it’s time for us to bring the ‘love of gin’ to the Church Inn. We are happy to announce Mobberley’s very own Big Hill Distillery will be coming to the Church Inn! So, you can get in the ‘spirit’ with the Spirit of George gin…Voted one of the world’s best gins at the recent SIP Awards!
A bike park fit for an Olympian!? Cycle to the church Inn and park your bike up in our cycle park dedicated to the Olympic cycling team of 2016. Refuel on great ales or many soft drink options as well as our famous Venison Burger!
Sip the summer away with our new summer drinks list. Refresh your taste buds and enjoy ‘Church Inn Ramble’ on our pretty summer terrace overlooking St. Wilfrid’s Church or kick back with a ‘Mobberjito’? In our back garden with views of the Mobberley countryside.
We are very proud to announce that the Church Inn has been chosen to take part in celebrity chef, Tom Kerridge’s food and music festival, ‘Pub in the Park’, which is coming to Knutsford from 7 – 9 September 2018 after it’s sell out launch last year in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
You can expect some cracking music from household names such as Razorlight, Tom Odell, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Toploader and Scouting for Girls, plus top chefs including Tom Kerridge himself, Candice Brown, and Angela Hartnett who will take to the stage for live cooking demos.
The Church Inn will be joined by other famous ‘pop-up’ pubs over the three days and will be serving their award-winning food for festival-goers to feast on. Also included are Tom Kerridge’s two pubs, the Hand & Flowers and the Coach as well as the Pony & Trap, the Hardwick, the Star Inn and the Pipe and Glass to name just some. Expect some tipples with the nibbles from craft beer to artisan gin and lots of shopping too, apparently, so you can take memories home with you. Sounds like a great day out!
The famous ale named after our ‘man of the froth’ Ian Blay our Village Reverend is back !! Yes at the start of March we have pleasure bringing it back to the bar here at the Church Inn.
Ian loves a good ramble across the farmers fields of Mobberley and has been known to ‘ramble’ a little after a pint of his favourite ale. A Rambling Rector is also a plant that delivers a white flower in May and grows abundantly if planted against the wall of a house.
It can be a little thorny but the flowers do match our reverends rather opulent shirts! So many reasons for the naming of this ale brewed for us by Wincle Brewery near Macclesfield! It’s a malty amber ale and at 4% a quaffable pint indeed!