News Four UK Pubs Announced as Finalists in the CAMERA National Pub of the Year Competition

Headed to the UK anytime soon? If so, here are four pubs to check out. The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has announced the four finalists in its National Pub of the Year competition, with each certain to pour a perfect pint for visitors.

The four regional pubs will now have a chance to compete for the National Pub of the Year title, one of the highest accolades afforded to the UK’s pubs.

The top four pubs are: Nelson Arms, Tonbridge, Kent, Trafalgar Hotel, Ramsey, Isle of Man, The Beer Engine, Skipton, Yorkshire and Tamworth Tap, Tamworth, West Midlands which is again on the list this year.

The National Pub of the Year contest takes into consideration beer selection, cellar and beer management, training of the staff as well as ambiance and atmosphere.

If you are in the industry you certainly know about CAMERA. But just in case….. CAMRA is an independent voluntary consumer organization in England, which promotes real ale, cider and perry and traditional British pubs and clubs. It has over 150,000 members.

CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year is the annual competition to find the very best pub in the UK and has been conducted every year since 1988. The competition helps to showcase quality pubs around the UK that are worth seeking out and visiting.

“It’s all about finding the cream of the crop and the best place for you to enjoy a pint of real ale,” CAMERA says on their web site. “Some may also have good quality real cider or perry for you to sample.”

See the full press release which includes details on each of the four finalists here.

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