Britain’s best pubs for beer and wine unveiled in Good Pub Guide Awards

Do you love going to the pub?

Well if you’re looking for a new local, you might want to check out these best pubs in the UK.

The Good Pub Guide Awards has unveiled the best drinking spots of 2020 in the country.

From a 500-year-old inn to an old tobacco merchant, the guide handed the awards in a range of categories, including best choice of beer or wine and most unspoilt.

Editor Fiona Stapley said: “Since we started the Good Pub Guide nearly 40 years ago what has not changed is our enjoyment of a well-run pub – they make us happy.”

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She continued: “They are the hub of a local community where customers of all walks of life and of all ages mix easily and they are run by extraordinary, hard-working licensees who have adapted their establishments to fit in with the needs and whims of our modern lives.

"They are uniquely British and should be celebrated. We are very lucky to have them."

So, has your local make the list?

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Here is list of the best pubs in the UK:

Pub of the year: The Inn at Whitewell, Clitheroe, Lancashire

Town pub of the year: Babbity Bowster, Glasgow

Country pub of the year: The Harp, Presteigne, Powys

New pub of the year: The Swan, Marbury, Cheshire

Unspoilt pub of the year: The Kings Head, Laxfield, Woodbridge, Suffolk

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Beer pub of the year: Fat Cat, Norwich, Norfolk

Own brew pub of the year: Beer Hall at Hawkshead Brewery, Staveley, Cumbria

Wine pub of the year: Woods, Dulverton, Somerset

Licensee of the year: Nigel Stevens of the Wyvill Arms, Constable Burton, Yorkshire

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