Hudsons Ale House – Cambridge
Hudson’s Ale House is a historic pub that first opened in 1840 under the name of ‘Hudson’s Noted Ales & Stouts’. Back then the pub was listed as a Brew House, which is a heritage it still pays homage to now.
In 2015 the pub underwent an exciting renovation and was reopened by Steve and the team. Although Hudson’s Ale House now boasts a more modern, up-to-date look than its 1840 counterpart there are plenty of interesting features and displays such as a bespoke map wall of the local area and even original fireplaces which remain as a cosy reminder of the pub’s rich history
Guests can choose from 8 real ales including four rotating ales from a variety of local microbreweries such as Calverley’s Brewery, City of Cambridge Brewery and Fellows Brewery, as well as guest beers and other well-known brands.
The food menu offers something for all age groups and for every occasion. Visitors can enjoy the full Sunday lunch, a swift curry, a locally sourced burger or even takeaway Barrel & Stone stone baked pizza and a bottle of wine!