Each Saturday, 10-12, the Oak has a deli counter of fine cheeses and also hosts locally brewed Roughacre beers and Wild Flower home baking.
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Friendly community pub. The pub has escaped the fashion for 'opening out' and still keeps its two bar status (complete with the obligatory wooden beams and wood paneling) and a separate games room. As well as the rear garden there is a seating area at the front. The Greene King IPA is by popular demand. The other two hand-pumps may feature ales from local breweries (including the village-founded Roughacre brewery) as well as national beers like Spitfire and London Pride. Bottle conditioned Roughacre beers are always available. The Oak isn't currently offering food on a regular basis. Food vans will visit some evenings. Occasional pie evenings and fish & chips nights. Formerly the Cock Inn, it became the Oak in April 2019. Schoolboys no longer snigger. Cambridge & District CAMRA LocAle (Rural) Pub of the Year 2020.