Free membership of Saviour Pennies beer club for CAMRA members

The White Hart Inn, Hamstead Marshall has decided to throw the Saviour Beer Club open to Camra members at no cost.  

That means:

  • Benefits of the club, with its seasonal meets to taste new beers. See Members night below for details.
  • Discounted Beer, with all Saviour beers are discounted to £2.75.  There are 3 beers on at the moment; Boozer (3.5%), Tipple (4.2%) and Gold (5%).  A 3-litre take-away of any Saviour Ale will now be £13.75 for club members.

Loyalty points

In addition there is a loyalty app where 5% of your spend is accrued.  So, the net cost of a pint is £2.60 after the loyalty bonus.

Members night

We will still have members night where a firkin of the sessional beer will be launched.  The next night is Thursday 1 October at 7pm where the autumn beer Sweep’s Eyebrows (Porter, 4% ABV) will be launched.

On the bar

St Austell Brewery Tribute Cornish Pale Ale has joined the cask ale range.

The latest release of Saviour Boozer is a green hopped version, additionally using Northdown hops from the garden in the hopback.


We are looking at providing transport from Newbury and Kintbury on Friday evenings and Saturdays.  Our insurance requires that it is only available to members and there is no fee /payment.  It must be pre-booked.

We have a seven-seater car so we can provide a lift for 5 passengers, so the Government limit of six is not breached.  Door handles will be sanitised after each journey and face masks must be worn.  Warm clothing is necessary as a window must be open.


Saviour Beer Club T-shirts will be available to purchase.

How to join the club

Go to  Click on Members at the bottom, then register.  You will receive an email with a link to download an app.  The app has a QR code so that you can claim your discount and accrue points.

Saviour Brewery brews a green hops version of Boozer

Saviour Brewery is based in an outbuilding at the White Hart Inn, Hamstead Marshall.

Northdown, Fuggles and Golding hops grow wild in the garden of the White Hart Inn.

Saviour’s Brewer John Trueman used freshly picked Northdown hop flowers for a green hop version of Boozer brewed in September.

Boozer has 3 hops.  Northdown and Cascade from Charles Faram in the main brew then Northdown from the garden in the hopback.  John Trueman said ‘As the garden flowers are introduced at the end of the boil the hop oils are prominent.  You can certainly taste the new flowers: a dryness that you don’t normally encounter.’

Dining offers at pubs

Many dining pubs participated in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme during August 2020.

Some pubs are continuing special dining offers from September 2020. The list below is not a full list and some offers may no longer apply so the advice is to check and book with the pub in advance. Click on the links for more details. Note that vouchers &/or advance bookings may be required for some offers.

West Berkshire Taproom and Kitchen, Yattendon (Mon-Wed)

The White Hart, Hamstead Marshall (Wed & Thu)

The Dolphin, Newbury (Tue & Wed)

The Queens, East Garston (Tue & Wed)

The Eastbury Plough, Eastbury (Wed)

The Bowler’s Arms, Newbury (Thu)

The Catherine Wheel, Newbury (Mon – Wed)

Hare & Hounds, Speen (Mon – Wed)

The Tally Ho, Hungerford Newtown (Mon – Wed)

The Five Bells, Wickham (Thu)

The Fox, Hermitage (Mon – Wed)

The Fox at Peasemore, Peasemore (Thu – Sun)

The Blackbird (Pizza Paloma), Bagnor (Wed & Thu)

The Castle, Donnington (Mon – Wed)

The Red House, Marsh Benham (Mon – Wed)

The Swan, East Ilsley (Tue – Thu)

The Angel, Woolhampton (Mon – Wed)

The Old Boot Inn, Stanford Dingley ( Mon & Wed)

The Bull Inn, Stanford Dingley (Tue & Wed)

The Bladebone, Chapel Row (Wed – Fri)

NB – No cask ale available at establishments below:

Oxford Street Kitchen & Bar, Newbury (Mon – Wed)

Slug & Lettuce, Newbury (Mon – Wed)

The Woodspeen, Woodspeen (Sun)

Please email with details of any other pubs to include in this list or if any offers are withdrawn.