Here are the friendliest, all-round best pubs in the UK, according to CAMRA

Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has singled out the four best pubs in the country ahead of its 2017 Pub of the Year award.

The Weavers Real Ale House in Kidderminster was singled out for its welcoming ethos and first-rate service.

One of the most well-known pub awards in the UK, CAMRA’s team of experts comb the country year after year on the hunt for the UK’s best local boozer.

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 — most importantly –  the quality of their beer

The four finalists — who will be presented with their super regional award at local events over the coming weeks —now have a chance to win the National Pub of the Year title for 2017, which will be announced in February 2018.

At the heart of CAMRA’s decision making is community spirit. Last year, the once shut-down George and Dragon in Hudswell, North Yorkshire, won Pub of the Year after locals banded together to form Hudswell Community Pub Ltd and spent two years reviving the old establishment.

National Pub of the Year Co-ordinator Andrea Briers said that, when it comes to identifying a true local, “a warm and welcoming atmonsphere, excellent service and a fantastic range of beers” are crucial

“While each of these pubs offers something unique to their visitors, they all share the foundation of what makes a great pub.”

Keep scrolling to meet the finalists of CAMRA’s Pub of the Year 2017 award.

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