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And now there is proof it pulls a good pint as it has earned a Consistency of Excellence award for featuring in the Good Beer Guide for ten years in a row.
HE Good Beer Guide is celebrating its milestone 45th edition - and Merseyside seems to be a massive part of it.
The 45th edition of the Good Beer Guide 2018, published by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), features 20 new breweries across Wales including eight new sites in North and Mid Wales - taking the total number of sites to 43.
Its annual Good Beer Guide reports that when Camra was formed in the early 1970s, Britain had 75,000 pubs.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) has published its annual Good Beer Guide featuring 324 Welsh pubs - 70 of which are new to the 2018 edition.
The drinking spot, in Hill Street, has been in 21 consecutive editions of CAMRA's Good Beer Guide - the definitive indicator on where to find the very best beers in tip-top condition.
The 2017 edition of CAMRA's annual Good Beer Guide, suggests that the "real ale revolution" is at the heart of a change.
THE 2017 edition of CAMRA's Good Beer Guide is out with more than 15 Huddersfield pubs featured.
SEVERAL of Birmingham's best pubs are celebrating after being named in the "boozer bible" - the CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) Good Beer Guide 2016.
New research released to mark the launch of CAMRA's Good Beer Guide 2015 shows that over a third of young people aged 18-24 have tried real ale and of those 87% would drink it again.
The Good Beer Guide has featured ten new West Midlands microbreweries following years of decline in the trade.