10 excellent pubs for a pint

Each of the pubs on this list has a range of fantastic beers, with friendly and knowledgeable staff. If you’re looking for a pint (or a bottle) of delicious, well-kept beer, you won’t go wrong visiting one of these pubs, who were all on our Top 10 Beer Pub of the Year shortlist… Want to…

Each of the pubs on this list has a range of fantastic beers, with friendly and knowledgeable staff. If you’re looking for a pint (or a bottle) of delicious, well-kept beer, you won’t go wrong visiting one of these pubs, who were all on our Top 10 Beer Pub of the Year shortlist…

Want to read about more of our award-winning pubs? Read the full list of our 2020 winners here and here.

The Bhurtpore, Cheshire

Warm-hearted pub with some unusual artefacts and an excellent range of drinks (especially real ales); big garden.

Tom Cobley, Devon

Huge range of quickly changing real ales and ciders, and wide choice of food in friendly, busy village pub.

Malt Shovel, Northamptonshire

Friendly, well run real ale pub with bargain lunches and over a dozen varied beers.fa

Halfway House, Somerset

Bustling, friendly local with a fine choice of real ales, local ciders and simple food.

Fat Cat, Ipswich

Wonderful choice of changing real ales in a well run town pub; garden.

Nags Head, Worcestershire

Delightfully eclectic layout and décor, a remarkable choice of ales, tasty lunchtime bar food and warmly welcoming atmosphere.

Maltings, Yorkshire

Bustling, friendly city pub with cheerful landlord, interesting real ales and other drinks plus good value standard food.

Harp, London

Ten real ales and lots of ciders and perries in bustling narrow pub.

Guildford Arms, Edinburgh

Busy and friendly with spectacular Victorian décor, a marvellous range of real ales and good food.

And our Beer Pub of the Year 2020 goes to…

Fat Cat, Norfolk

A place of pilgrimage for beer lovers and open all day; lunchtime rolls and pies.