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Visit our traditional old fashioned ale house, renowned for selling and keeping good quality cask conditioned beers...

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Located in the heart or Warwickshire, the Case Is Altered has been serving up traditional cask ales for three generations.


​An unspoilt old cottage inn, licensed for over three centuries; a range of well kept ales including Old Pie Factory and Wye Valley served by friendly long-serving landlady. No food (can bring your own sandwiches & eat in the pretty little furnished brick courtyard & gardens). A simple small main bar with a fine old poster of Lucas Blackwell & Arkwright Brewery, a clock with hours spelling out Thornley's Ale - both famous breweries from yester year. Sturdy old-fashioned tables and a couple of stout leather-covered settles facing each other over spotless tiles, roaring log fire and a snug with a familiar old bar billiard's table which takes sixpences (that are available).

We welcome locals, cyclists, walkers, riders and ramblers. Disabled access and plenty of parking spaces. An atmosphere for friends, wanderers, and adventurers to share a drink as equals.

No children, dogs or mobile phones.

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Join us for a pint or two

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Mon - Tue - Wed  6.00  -  11pm

Thu -  Fri -  Sat 12pm  -  2pm    6.00  -  11pm

Sun 12pm  -  7pm


Jackie & Charlie Willacy

Case Lane, Five Ways, Hatton Warwickshire CV35 7JD

01926 484206

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