Eloise takes reins at the new-look Two Brewers
Incoming manager says ‘exciting changes’ have been made at the pub
A YOUNG entrepreneur in Marlow is planning to provide plenty of cheer to customers at The Two Brewers, which has reopened following a £100,000 makeover.
The refurbished pub has launched under the management of Eloise Chatwin, who hosted a launch party to welcome back customers.
Both old and new faces enjoyed bubbly, canapés and live music on the night, as Tim Coombes, founder of Marlow-based Rebellion Beer Company, helped to officially open the pub by pulling a pint of the brewery’s best – Rebellion IPA.
Eloise, who has lived in Buckinghamshire for 16 years, and previously held the role of assistant manager at the pub, said: “I’m thrilled to have taken the reins at the new-look Two Brewers. Of course, some exciting changes have been made, but visitors can expect the same great quality food and drink, including cask ales, lunch and evening menu options and traditional Sunday roasts.
“Much of this food will be sourced from the local butcher and fishmonger, and we’re sure people will be pleased to hear that the food serving hours are being extended very soon – noon until 10pm, seven-days-aweek.”
At The Two Brewer’s launch night, Eloise also presented a cheque for £250 to Town Mayor Bob Johnson for his three charities – OK our Kids, Multiple Sclerosis and Marlow Sports Club – which the pub will continue to support throughout the year. Councillor Johnson selected the charities at the start of his mayoral year in May 2015.
“The refurbishment has been very sympathetic to the building’s age and heritage and we’ve retained the pub’s iconic swing-sign,” said Eloise.
“Some touches are, of course, slightly more modern.
“At the back of the pub we’ve added an area with festoon lighting, which will be a perfect spot to relax in the warmer months.
“We hope all of our customers, old and new, will continue to love and enjoy the pub.”
Visit www. twobrewersmarlow.co.uk.
Launch: Eloise Chatwin