At Falcon’s Nest Hotel, we always have 4 Real Ales on tap.

 

Our regular Cask Bitter is Bushy’s Bitter 3.8% ABV from the Isle of Man’s Bushy’s Brewery.

We also have three guest ales that change regularly, from local Island brewers including Okell’s and Hooded Ram, and imported brewers.

One of the best stocked bars on the island

Great bar & restaurant in a superb setting. Have visited here many times and have never been disappointed. A great bar with adjacent restaurant offering superb views. Good food and one of the best stocked bars on the island.

richardjaspin

Woodlands, Montserrat
from TripAdvisor

5.0
2017-04-27T15:35:41+00:00

richardjaspin

Woodlands, Montserrat
from TripAdvisor

Great bar & restaurant in a superb setting. Have visited here many times and have never been disappointed. A great bar with adjacent restaurant offering superb views. Good food and one of the best stocked bars on the island.

Real-Ale Hotel!

The attraction for my husband was the serving of real ale (in fact we found out about this hotel from the Camra good beer guide) and as promised the bar was well stocked.

PatsySurbiton

Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom

from TripAdvisor

4.0
2017-05-16T20:17:02+00:00

PatsySurbiton

Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom

from TripAdvisor

The attraction for my husband was the serving of real ale (in fact we found out about this hotel from the Camra good beer guide) and as promised the bar was well stocked.

Short break in Isle Of Man

Bar has good selection of international & local beers and a vast selection of malts.

Staff cheerful and pleasant.

Terry R

Aintree, United Kingdom

from TripAdvisor

4.0
2017-07-27T20:25:14+00:00

Terry R

Aintree, United Kingdom

from TripAdvisor

Bar has good selection of international & local beers and a vast selection of malts. Staff cheerful and pleasant.

Relaxed and friendly hotel bar

Enjoyed a well-kept pint of Bushy's Manx Bitter in this relaxed and friendly hotel bar. Impressive view across the bay.

Wobblybob

from beerintheevening.com

4.0
2017-07-23T20:30:54+00:00

Wobblybob

from beerintheevening.com

Enjoyed a well-kept pint of Bushy's Manx Bitter in this relaxed and friendly hotel bar. Impressive view across the bay.
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The Falcon’s Nest Hotel is a ‘free house’ and has two bars

 

We have a sports bar at the side AND a completely relaxed bar with a view across the bay and no music or TV – giving a full range of choice to our guests.

Serving Ale here since 1837

Manx Jough

Originally the White Lion, then the Queen’s Arms – the Falcon’s Nest Hotel has a long tradition of serving good ale.

 

Probably one of the first accounts is by author Edwin Waugh in 1869 who describes a thin Manx ale, called ‘jough’.

“A knot of Manx fishermen, are lounging upon the grass round a pitcher… Now they are very merry, and they laugh and chatter in full chorus, with great glee.”

and later on in the same story:

“In the tap-room of “The Falcon’s Nest.” They have brought another pitcher of “jough” with them. And listen! They are beginning to sing, in chorus, the plaintive old Manx song, called “Molly Charrane.”

Guide to Castletown, Port Erin, and adjacent parts of the Isle of Man by Edwin Waugh, 1869 – Manx Notebook