ROBINSONS BREWERY COMPLETE 17th INVESTMENT ON PUB ESTATE THIS YEAR
Stockport brewers Robinsons Brewery are pleased to announce the refurbishment of The Dysarts Arms, Mossley. Situated in Tameside, on the edge of the Peak District and Saddleworth Moor, the community pub now boasts bright open spaces with plenty of seating areas to drink and dine.
Working with Amy Barnie, Robinsons Business Partner, the refurbishment aimed to update the interiors and surroundings to complement the great level of service and food the pub is known for.
The popular village pub had previously struggled for space for their customers, resolved by the brewery making structural changes across the bar, dining area and kitchen during a six-week transformation. A larger kitchen and preparation area has been created to cater for the increasing number of diners.
Amy Barnie who runs two Robinsons pubs, The Dysarts Arms and The Sycamore, Ashton-under-Lyne, reflected on the pub's transformation: "We are thrilled to welcome our guests back to a pub that feels like a home from home. We’ve listened to our customers feedback before making the changes and since then, the response have been overwhelming. They love the new look and layout. Since re-opening, our trade has been bustling, and we are grateful for the great support from our community.”
Aesthetically, the pub shows off an earthy colour scheme, giving a nod to the local hills. New timber- flooring creates a timeless feel, which will stand the test of time. The Designer at Robinsons who worked on the design scheme commented: “During the renovation we uncovered an original stone fireplace which we chose to restore and work into our design scheme. It’s great to discover hidden features that add a touch of heritage to the pub.”
Helen Brierley, Business Development Manager at Robinsons, said: “The pub was ready for transformation for the community of Mossley to enjoy. We wanted to improve the customer experience by improving the layout, offering more space in a more comfortable, contemporary setting. From the dining area to the toilets, we’ve made sure all areas have been refreshed for the community of Mossley and further.”
The Dysarts Arms is open daily from midday and offers a pub food menu to its customers alongside a range of beers, including Robinsons ales.