Recent local reviews of Sonnet 43 brewery Tap house the Lambton Worm has seen the site being rated 10/10 by local Newspaper the Sunderland Echo. Many happy regular Diners/Drinkers have quickly taking to social media to share their congratuations and agreement of the recent review.

Sonnet 43 are very proud of the fantastic job The Lambton Worm team do in serving great food and sonnet 43 beers, keeping local produce, quality food, top service and customers at its heart, lets hope this site continues to thrive for many years to come.

To read the full review, please visit the below link.

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We are getting really excited at the continued strong feedback and praise our how do I love thee . . . let me count the beers range is receiving.

we are delighted that the special limited edition range of beers are representing what we hoped in a range of exciting difrent experimental style of beers. some top highlights so far have included, A champagne beer, A blackberry witbier, cream ale, smoked porter, joe stout, passion fruit beer and many more. 

Although many happy sonnet drinkers have commented “you wont be able to top that last one, it was a belter” it feels that things are going from strength to strength with the beers brewed so far in 2015 of this range receiving top feedback regularly from landlords, pubs, bars and drinkers alike of how much they have enjoyed our, liquorice root stout, irish red ale and spring IPA.

although we are just hitting the half way point of this range of beers with our aim being to reach #43 in total we are already excited about possibly have a 12 month period of revisiting and re brewing  some of the 12 top greatest hits of the range.

keep the feed back coming folks to make sure that one of you favourites specials are in the running to be on our lest of top limited edition specials.

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Big congrats to our very own Thomas Bainbridge who recently completed his first year qualification in “introduction to brewing”. We gave Tom bags of malt, he gave us bags of commitment, we gave him buckets of hops, he gave us buckets of enthusiasm, tom is now studying to achieve his “certificate in brewing”, through the institution of brewing and distilling with an emphasis on craft beer, expect to see some great beers from tom in the future.

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poetic liecence

Sonnet 43 Brew House are delighted to announce that after much renovation, the former R Bar at the Roker Hotel has become Poetic License, a distillery bar specialising in spirits, craft beers and cocktails.

Poetic License will proudly stock four Sonnet 43 beers on a regular basis, along side a rotating selection of eight guest beers from regional, national & international breweries

Poetic License Distillery Bar is something totally different for, not only the area of Sunderland, but the whole of the North of England. To have a bar using its very own hand-crafted spirits & craft beers is something that has never been done before, We wanted to breathe some much-needed life back into the seafront scene.

We’ve had a few queries with regards to the bar’s name. We wanted to do something different, and focus more upon the ethos of the bar and the atmosphere we wanted to create inside.

The definition of Poetic License means ‘to be at liberty to deviate from conventional rules In the traditional English spelling of the phrase, License is spelled with a ‘c’. However when spelled with ‘s’ is a verb, meaning ‘to give permission to’. So in our case, ‘Poetic License’ is the permission we grant you to be at liberty to deviate from conventional rules, be yourself and most of all enjoy yourself whilst in our bar.

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