Take a look inside our new state-of-the-art brewery, beer hall and shop
Opening Spring 2021
Opening Spring 2021
Steve Thornton loves pubs. He has run or worked in pubs since 2007 and currently runs three with us. His first pub with us was The Old Crown in the beautiful Leicestershire village of Fleckney.
A partnership that works
We wish Mario and Tracey a very happy 30th wedding anniversary, as they celebrate in the pub where they met many years ago!
The Birch Tree in Bardon, Coalville is Jamie and partner Sara’s second pub with Everards. The pair moved from the White Swan in Stoke Golding in 2018.
We love working with like minded independent business owners to help them grow their business and bring their business vision to life
We understand the value of great business owners to continue to run the pubs and businesses we all know and love.
450-year-old pub back in the swing of things after 106 days with no pints being pulled!
April, Alan and Jade are enjoying life at the Honeycomb
We’re pleased to offer these limited edition Amber Ale No.1 mini casks, you'll need to be quick though!
Gary and Simon have been at the Free Trade Inn in Sileby for just over a year now. Celebrating their first year in lockdown was not what they had planned!
Ross and Camille bring authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas to Nottinghamshire and beyond!
Sarah and Bob joined the Everards family in February 2019 when they took on the Royal Oak pub in Kirby Muxloe.
Did you know? We support independent business owners to run their own business in buildings we own. Most of these are pubs but we are proud to work with other types of businesses too.
Great news for the community surrounding The Western pub in Leicester as our business owners of the Sir Robert Peel, John and Moira Rossiter are delighted to announce that they will be taking The Western as their second pub!
They might be celebrating alone in lockdown right now, but they can't wait to raise a toast with their customers and friends when they reopen the doors!
The vulnerable and isolating people in Southwell are in good hands with Lisa and Will, business owners of The Hearty Goodfellow pub who are supporting their community with their Two Turtle Doves campaign which offers free soup, delivered to those who need it every day during lockdown.
Simon and Samantha's ambition for their new business shines through as they adapt to these challenging times and create a great community hub for their village.
This is a difficult time for all businesses and was not the start Marc and Jonathan had in mind when they took on the oldest pub in Kenilworth. But they remain positive and can’t wait to throw a great big opening party, once again!
Our Managing Director, Stephen Gould, shares an update on our response to the Covid-19 challenge along with some future plans.
The Everard Family Foundation are donating £50,000 to Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland. This is a local cause that the Everard family have a long history of supporting, with Richard Everard being their president since 1992 and donating regularly over the years.
Despite the pubs being closed, our business owners are keeping their communities tight and its exactly what the world needs right now, people like Laura.
It's so inspiring to see how our independent business owners are remaining at the heart of their communities even when their pub doors are closed! Alan and Sarah are doing a fantastic job of keeping their community entertained and spreading a little happiness at this difficult time.
We find ourselves in exceptional times and our independent business owners are showing their exceptional qualities, like Michael who is supporting his community in every way he can...
Get creative with our colouring sheets for a chance to win a £20 gift voucher.
Leicester’s best-loved community sports facility, St Margaret’s Pastures, is being transformed and we are proud to be part of it and to support the Leicester Hockey Club in their exciting journey.
New Year, new hair-do was Ken’s motto at the start of 2020 as he set out to raise money for charity once agian...
Jon joins the Everards team with a wealth of experience and knowledge, after 18 years with Carlsberg UK.
This is an exciting milestone in the development of our new state-of-the-art brewery. As the brewing equipment is lifted into place, it is becoming a reality!
Tony and Kathryn Marshall are celebrating 30 years behind the bar.
The old broken chairs have been replaced with 100 new comfortable padded chairs at Thurlaston Village Hall.
Congratulations to our friends at Kier construction who won the category; Regeneration Scheme of the Year, sponsored by Keepmoat Homes for their work at our Everards Meadows – Phase 1A
These local heroes have been able to purchase new kit for their 12 new recruits, keeping them protected from the elements, while remaining safe and visible during their missions.
Well done to David and the team at The White Horse for reaching the final at PubAid's Charity Pub of the Year awards last night!!
Andrew Bolland, representative of the charity LAMP nominated the group for support through his local pub The Barley Mow.
We are delighted to see our Managing Director, Stephen Gould, recognised on the list of 50 Kind Leaders which has been announced today, on International Kindness Day.
St Crispin’s Church provides a lunch group for people living on low incomes and the elderly who feel isolated and lonely. The group survives on donations from attendees and left-over food donations from Waitrose and Tesco.
Save our Seas is an environmentally conscious initiative led by Harborough Morsbags Pod, a local sewing group where a dedicated group of volunteers upcycle unwanted fabric, donated to them by the community, into reusable shopping bags called Morsbags.
Paul Hodges, Landlord of The Bulls Head pub in Cosby nominated his local community library to gain much needed funding when he heard about the We Got This campaign via Everards.
The church has invested in a new meeting area to be used by mothers & toddlers, the elderly and the local community for social gatherings, occasional meetings and coffee mornings.
Eric Waweru nominated a new project aptly named ‘Man Monday’ for his local community.
Melton Community Allotment is a local group that provides opportunities to learn how to grow and cook fresh food.
The Peter Le Marchant Trust has been running highly subsidised canal boat trips for the elderly, disabled and seriously ill for over 40 years.
Nominated for support by Tom Masterson, the bears head coach the team were awarded funding from Everards and Carling earlier this year.
70 acres of beautiful green space to explore, a coffee shop and cycle store.
Do you know a community project that needs funding? We can help.
Proud to still be independent and family owned.
September has seen many awards come in for lots of our pubs, so raise a glass and give them a cheers with us to say well done!
The Greyhound Inn take home The Spencer Memorial Garden Competition trophy 2019
Well done to Steve, Rob and Jamie who completed the gruelling 100 mile bike ride this weekend!
Who’d have thought a night out in your local pub would end up as the highlight of your year?
Helping to bring great business ideas to life.
Shield provides new insight into the construction and design of prehistoric weaponry.
Every year we celebrate all of our business owners and the difference they make in their pubs and local communities. We all head down to Leicester Racecourse for a fun filled day of celebrations and award our 14 winners!
The White Lion Inn in Whissendine awarded Rutland CAMRA Pub of The Year 2019.
We're happy to announce results for the year ending 30 September 2018...
This huge amount was raised for Leicester charity New Dawn, New Day by Everards customers drinking limited edition beer suffragette.
Pubs are offering a variety of interesting beers, wines, spirits and healthy food options in the spirit of Tryanuary.
Rutland Cycling has won the 2018 Family Business Award for Retail Excellence in the 2018
We joined South Leicestershire MP, Alberto Costa, to unveil our Tiger ale as Parliament’s newest guest beer in the Strangers’ Bar.
This November we bring you a truly special beer in honour of all Suffragettes and in particular, Leicester’s suffragette Alice Hawkins.
In a UK industry first, the 3D printed beer mats will be made in part from spent grains from the Carling Brewery
Find out how Claire succeeded in becoming a Beer Sommelier
All you need to know about this great beer festival!
New campaign launched and backed by Britain's Beer Alliance and publican Jodie Kidd.
Father's Day is just one of the many family celebrations held at this Cosby pub.
How does £405,000 turn into £707,500 over 27 years? With an ingenious idea that's how...
Your guide to IPA's including food pairings and a history of the beer style.
An account of the brew day by Joe Woods
Discover the art of brewing and how it has changed over the years at the National Brewery Centre.
A brief history of the nation's favourite dish.
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It's been some journey! Read all about Everards key moments from our founder William Everard setting up our first brewery to the exciting development of Everards Meadows, and everything in between ...