Masonic Centre
Chester Le Street, DH3 3DU

Masonic Centre
Chester Le Street, DH3 3DU

Cask Beers Available

Cask Beers Available

Durham - Doppio

Doppio - 4.7%



4.7% abv

We've collaborated with our wonderful friends at Durham Coffee roastery who have created a large batch of double strength coffee using their Castle Blend espresso beans. Intense rich and fruity coffee combines with a complex malt base with biscuit, roast and caramel notes.

Firebrick - Pagan Queen

Pagan Queen - 4%

Pagan Queen


4% abv

All British ingredients including Boadicea hops have created a clean and crisp blonde beer with fruit in the nose and taste.

Firebrick - Coalface

Coalface - 3.9%



3.9% abv

A dark session beer with a delicate blackcurrant taste and light coffee notes with no harsh bitterness or astringent bite; a tasty refreshing pint!

Firebrick - Fireglow

Fireglow - 4.2%



4.2% abv

A warming beer, sweet spiced with cinnamon bark, allspice, berries and black cardamom. The complex grain bill gives a wealth of underlying malt flavours; British, German, and Czech Republic hops are added to compliment rather than override the spice.

Black Sheep - Respire

Respire - 4%


Black Sheep

4% abv

This session IPA is heavily hopped with Citra and Chinook, producing huge tropical and citrus notes, carried by a soft, velvety malt base of pale malt and torrefied wheat. Respire is bright and incredibly drinkable, making it perfect for the pub garden as summer rolls around.

Craft Keg Available

S43 - Little Juice

Little Juice - 5.5%

Little Juice


5.5% abv

We love brewing big juicy IPA's but fancied something a bit more sessionable, but without skimping on flavour. Packed to the brim with Citra, Mosiac and Moutere for a bit of New Zealand crispness!

S43 - Table Juice

Table Juice - 4.1%

Table Juice


4.1% abv

With spring just around the corner we wanted to brew a low abv, sessionable hazy pale to drink in the sun. Using a similar malt bill to our Little Juice, this hazy pale features Mosaic, Citra, and El Dorado to bring juicy orange and citrusy flavours for an easy drinking and smooth pale. Fermented with our house yeast, and enough bitterness too for the hop heads, it's a big beer in a little package.

Coming Soon

Durham - Takara

Takara - 3.9%



3.9% abv

A pale malt base with a touch of Vienna malt to give a hint of biscuit. Showcasing some of the best US hops with Cascade, El Dorado, Amarillo Columbus and Citra. Lemon and grapefruit citrus notes through the body with big tropical fruit on the nose.

Firebrick - Blaydon Brick

Blaydon Brick - 3.8%

Blaydon Brick


3.8% abv

A well rounded golden ale; toffee and fresh hop on the nose; biscuity with some spice in the taste and very refreshing.

Darwin - Cenobio

Cenobio - 5%



5% abv

A milky coffee stout with delicious Peruvian coffee and chocolate flavours. Contains lactose.

Darwin - Moving To Montana

Moving To Montana - 5.2%

Moving To Montana


5.2% abv

An American style pale ale with lots of Mount Hood and Centennial hops.

Durham - Squeeze The Day

Squeeze The Day - 3.9%

Squeeze The Day


3.9% abv

A huge amount of hops squeezed into a small package! Sweet fruity notes throughout with mandarin orange, strawberry, mango and passionfruit.

Black Sheep - Velo

Velo - 4.2%


Black Sheep

4.2% abv

A fresh pale ale. Velo, the French word for bicycle is brewed with Cascade hops and a subtle hint of orange and coriander. It was initially developed and tested in Black Sheep's microbrewery, but was scaled up in the brewery's full plant.

Also Available


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Craft Sour

S43 Eton mess 6.2%

Eton Mess was brewed with the most fruit puree weve ever used before. A heavy malt bill of wheat and oats were used to provide a thick base then Strawberry, Blueberry, and Raspberry purees were blended in along with vanilla and a lacto culture to add some lovely sherbet like tartness. You can expect


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Masonic Centre is in the Durham CAMRA branch area.