Step inside The Doghouse and take a leap into the wonderful world of craft beer! This quirky bar showcases a full range of craft beers on twelve keg lines and six cask lines. Alongside it's extensive range of craft beers it also offers you one carbonated craft cider and four flat craft ciders, one craft larger, a range of spirits, locally roasted bespoke 'Doghouse Blend' coffee, loose leaf teas and soft drinks.
The Doghouse is decorate with quirky pieces of artwork throughout which are painted directly onto the wall giving a rustic yet modern feel to this elegant Georgian townhouse. Traditional tattoo style art, music themed typography, quotes and chemistry are just some of the themes you'll find throughout the bar. Seating is available both inside and out. Whether you want to pull up a stool in the bar room, kick back in the Science room or take the best seat in the house - the 'Naught Step' - Yes, they really do have this there will be something to suit your needs. The Doghouse is available for private event hire.
Feeling peckish? The Doghouse has an in house cook who creates a whole host of delicious cakes, sausage rolls and scotch eggs along with 'The Doghouse Platters'. These are perfect for two to share and include a range of meats, cheese, breads and crackers along with locally produced pickles and chutneys. Grab yourself one Thursday through Sunday.
The Doghouse is owned by the Kot family of Carlton who also own a micro-brewery which was established in 2015. Their beers are available on cask and keg along with a range of beers from breweries around the globe. Christine, Nigel, Emily and Jordan are the backbone, and the face, of the business and you will be warmly welcomed by them upon your visit. The Doghouse prides itself on bringing something different to Selby. The Kot family wanted to create a space where you can step away from your day to day and relax in a comfortable environment with like-minded people. They really have put their heart and soul into the business and this shines through in abundance when you visit.
The Doghouse is full of charm and character, you only need to take a quick glance at their online reviews to realise that this place really is a local gem and worth a visit even if craft beer isn't your 'thing'.