Haymakers54 High Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
The Haymakers reopened on Monday 12 April. Monday-Thursday, 4-11 (food 5-9). Friday, 12-11 (food 12-3 & 5-10). Saturday, 12-11 (food all day). Sunday, 12-10 (food all day). Indoor table booking available but not required.more information...
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
Re-opened in April 2013 after being closed for two years it became Milton Brewery's second pub in the city. Popular both with locals and employees from the nearby science park. There are a number of separate drinking areas: one either side of the door, a snug, and another room off to one side. Dark wood and warm colours abound. To the left of the bar the ceiling has been raised to the rafters. The wood and glass walls around the front door hark back to an older incarnation. Behind is a good sized beer garden. The car park has been converted into the largest pub cycle park in Cambridge, leaving a few spaces for cars. Eight real ales (5 from Milton and 3 guests from micros usually incluing one dark), four real ciders or perries plus Moravka unpasteurised lager from Taddington, Derbyshire. Well regarded for its stone baked pizzas (available to take away) but other options exist. Re-opened in 2013, Returned to the Good Beer Guide in 2014 after a twenty year absence. Cambridge & District CAMRA LocAle (City) Pub of the Year 2019. Cambridge & District CAMRA Lockdown Community Award 2020.