Dambusters Inn Scampton

The Home of Greg’s Brewery

23, High Street, Scampton, Lincolnshire, LN1 2SD — Telephone: 01522 731333

Opening Times:
Sunday 12:00 - 19:30
Tuesday 12:00 - 21:30
Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
Friday 12:00 - 24:00
Saturday 12:00 - 24:00
The Dambusters Inn has been voted the 2016 PUB OF THE YEAR by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) - Lincoln Branch
Greg takes this opportunity to thank the Lincoln Branch of CAMRA for this honour.
Greg also thanks his dedicated staff for their unceasing effort to excel and for the major part they have played in winning this Award
As a guide, here is the list of Ales serving at 15:30hrs on Tuesday, 26th. October 2016
SCAMPTON ALE — from Greg’s Brewery, Scampton (ABV 3.6%)
SHY TALK — from Poachers Brewery, North Hykeham — — (ABV 3.7%)
DAMBUSTERS ALE — from Greg’s Brewery, Scampton — — (ABV 3.8%)
NEW WORLD — from Marston’s Pedigree Brewery, Wolverhampton (ABV 3.8%)
EXMOOR GOLD — from Exmoor Ales, Taunton (ABV 4.5%)
ABBOT ALE — from Greene King, Bury St Edmunds (ABV 5.0%)
What is CAMRA LocAle?
The logo of LocAle
CAMRA LocAle is an initiative that promotes pubs stocking locally brewed real ale.
The scheme builds on a growing consumer demand for quality local produce and an increased awareness of ‘green’ issues.
The Dambusters Inn enthusiastically supports this admirable initiative by the Lincoln Branch of CAMRA, launched at the 2009 Lincoln Beer Festival. The scheme features breweries located within twenty-five miles of the Dambusters Inn.
Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) — Campaigning for Real Ale since 1971
The CAMRA GOOD BEER GUIDE 2017 - Published on Thursday, 15th September 2016
Image of the CAMRA GOOD BEER GUIDE 2017In the 2017 Edition of the Guide, the listing for the Dambusters Inn reads:
Named after the famous RAF 617 Squadron, the Dambusters, the inn is situated in the quiet village of Scampton, adjacent to the Scampton air base, home to the Red Arrows.
Medals and RAF memorabilia adorn the multi-roomed interior.
Whether a diner or drinker, you can be sure of a warm welcome - you may even be greeted by Bomber the pub’s dog.
Home to Greg’s Brewery and local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2016.
Well, there you have it. And the image of the Guide Book above is linked to CAMRA's website and more information.
GREG’S BREWERY — WAS HAPPILY LAUNCHED AT 16:00hrs on Saturday, 14th December 2013
A newly-built microbrewery situated behind the pub in the neatly kept garden of the Dambusters Inn has been very successfully producing an interesring variety of beers brewed by the Landlord, Greg Algar, for approaching three years.
A photograph by David Cash. A Lancaster Bomber flies over the pub sign of the Dambusters Inn in Scampton, Lincolnshire. U.K.
Lancaster pa474 overflies the Dambusters Inn on Thursday, 16 May 2013
Photograph by David Cash
Christmas Party Menu 2016
This menu is available only when booked in advance — we respectfully request a minimum of fourteen days notice and a deposit of £10·00 per person
Booking is for a minimum number of six persons
The menu will be available from Tuesday 29th November 2016 until Friday 23rd December 2016

Two Courses £16·00 — Three Courses £20·00
Curried Parsnip Soup, Walnut Oil, Multi-seed Bread and Butter
Smoked Mackerel and Beetroot, Beetroot Purée, Watercress, Lemon oil
Ham Hock Terrine, Homemade Piccalilli, Crisp Bread and Rocket
Main Course
Roast Turkey wrapped in Pancetta, Roast Potatoes, Savoy Cabbage, Chantenay Carrots and Mulled Wine Sauce
Rolled Blade of Beef, Horseradish Mash, Silver Skin Onion, Pancetta, French Beans and Red Wine Gravy
Battered Hake, Minted Pea Purée, Chunky Chips and Homemade Tartare Sauce
Homemade Nut Roast topped with Goats’ Cheese, Roast Potatoes, Savoy Cabbage, Chantenay Carrots and Mulled Wine Sauce
Chocolate Roulade with Vanilla Ice Cream and Fresh Berries
Warm Christmas Pudding with Brandy Butter
Vanilla panna cotta, Poached Rhubarb and Homemade Ginger Shortbread
Plum Frangipane Tart, Stewed Plums and Chantilly Cream
Vanilla Ice Cream (THREE SCOOPS ) with Raspberry or Chocolate Sauce
Events at the Dambusters Inn

On Saturday 23rd April 2016, Aaron Joyce, Chairman of Lincoln CAMRA Branch, presented the Award.
This jolly event was very well supported and was blessed with glorious sunshine.
For more information about this achievement and full details about this on-going Competition, visit:
the Lincoln Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale
Photograph; exterior, Dambusters Inn. CAMRA Award celebration, 23 April 2016
Other Events
‘We Will Remember Them’
2016 marks the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme, which concluded on the 18th November 1916. The Commemoration is being led by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, on behalf of the UK Government and the French Government in partnership with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Royal British Legion.
This partnership have built a programme of events which reflect the significance of The First World War Somme Campaign.
As a part of these events, and the wider relevance of Remembrance Day, a Weekend of Remembrance is being planned by the Scampton Church Leadership Team.
These events will be held at Scampton Church and Commonwealth War Graves, High Street, Scampton.
The Church will be specially decorated with poppies, both inside and out.
On Friday 11th November at 10:30am
The Weekend of Events will start with a multi-agency commemoration event planned by:
  • AviaCon Heritage Lincolnshire Museums and Schools project
  • Pollyplatt Community Primary School
  • Scampton Church of England Primary School, Scampton
  • Playmates Nursery
  • Curiosity Creators
  • The Dambusters Inn
  • Scampton Church
This will entail the erection of arches along the pathway to the church which will be covered in poppies of all sizes. These have been made by the children under the supervision of ‘Curiosity Creators‘, “. . . who bring art and curiosity to new spaces”, and who were recently involved in creating two of the Barons on the ‘Barons Charter Trail’ in Lincoln to celebrate 800 years of the Magna Carta.
At 11:00 am children from the schools involved will place a large poppy on each of The Commonwealth War Graves, and Mr. Les Rutherford, a Bomber Command Veteran, will lay a wreath on the German war graves.
On Saturday 12th November between 2:00pm and 4:30pm
The Church and Remembrance Chapel will be decorated and especially lit for an afternoon of reflection.
Visitors are invited to view the historical building, poppy displays and the Commonwealth War Graves adorned with poppies.
Refreshments will be available.
On Sunday 13th November at 10:15am
A Special Service of Remembrance amongst multitudes of poppies will be held in the Church and around the War Memorial.