Camerons Brewery is revamping one of its sites in Scarborough in North Yorkshire into a new bar offering cocktails alongside beer, wine and spirits.
It is investing more than £300,000 in redeveloping the former Blue Lounge in St Nicholas Street, planning to relaunch it as Sanctuary on May 10.
It will offer an extensive range of premium wines and spirits plus an exciting new cocktail menu developed by Camerons’ in-house cocktail specialists.
It also promises an “eclectic” range of lagers, beers and ciders, including four cask ales as well as two rotating craft keg beer lines.
Sanctuary will serve food daily between 11am and 8pm, including a range of classic pub dishes and international cuisine.
A mixture of live music, quizzes and DJs will form a key part of the weekly entertainment at the venue. Sanctuary will also feature a separate function area to cater for special events or business meetings.
Jim Bentley, retail managed house director for Cameron Brewery, said: “We are really excited to be investing into our Scarborough venue. The Blue Lounge has been a key venue in our pub group and we felt the time was right to revamp the look and offer at the site.
“Sanctuary will offer customers a great food and drinks range during the day and will transform into a late-night bar in the evening serving a selection of signature cocktails as well as premium beers, wines and spirits.
Camerons Brewery in Hartlepool operates more than 70 bars, pubs and restaurants including The Head of Steam brand which the firm acquired in 2014. It opened The Head of Steam in Nottingham in March and in Leicester last week, with plans for another in Temple Street in Birmingham.