Final four pubs named on the shortlist for Campaign for Real Ale’s prestigious Pub of the Year title

FOUR boozers have been named on the shortlist for the prestigious Pub of the Year title.

The Swan With Two Necks in Pendleton, Lancs, The George & Dragon in Hudswell, North Yorks, and The Bell in Aldworth, Berks, are all past winners.

The Red Lion in Preston, Herts has been nominated for the first time
The Red Lion in Preston, Herts has been nominated for the first time
The Red Lion became Britain’s first community-owned pub in the 1980s
The Red Lion became Britain’s first community-owned pub in the 1980s

The fourth — The Red Lion in Preston, Herts — became Britain’s first community-owned pub in the 1980s.

The winner will be announced in February by the Campaign for Real Ale.

The competition’s co-ordinator Andrea Briers said: “It is amazing to see so many well-respected pubs return to this prestigious competition to compete for the ultimate title of the best pub in Britain.”

All of the pubs in the competition are selected by Camra volunteers and judged on their atmosphere, decor, welcome, service, value for money, customer mix and quality of beer.

The Bell in Aldworth, Berks, won the prestigious title in 1990
The Bell in Aldworth, Berks, won the prestigious title in 1990

This years winner will be announced in February by the Campaign for Real Ale
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This years winner will be announced in February by the Campaign for Real Ale[/caption]

The George & Dragon in Hudswell, North Yorks won the title in 2016
The George & Dragon in Hudswell, North Yorks won the title in 2016
All of the pubs in the competition are selected by Camra volunteers
All of the pubs in the competition are selected by Camra volunteers

The Swan With Two Necks in Pendleton, Lancs won the CAMRA award in 2014
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The Swan With Two Necks in Pendleton, Lancs won the CAMRA award in 2014[/caption]

Pubs are selected by Camra volunteers and judged on their atmosphere, decor, welcome, service, value for money, customer mix and quality of beer
Pubs are selected by Camra volunteers and judged on their atmosphere, decor, welcome, service, value for money, customer mix and quality of beer



 

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