The 16th century thatched cottage that is today The Gribble Inn, was once the home of local school teacher Rose Gribble.
Following her death in 1980, local farmer Peter Hague compassionately bought and transformed the cottage into a public house for the local Oving parishioners. In memory of Rose, Peter named the pub ‘The Gribble’ as a lasting tribute.
The onsite micro-brewery has been active since the opening of the pub in 1980. Head brewer, Rob Cooper, has brewed beer at the Gribble since it opened. His late father was the Head Brewer before him and both had the pleasure of knowing Rose Gribble Show Less