Mild in May 2019

The passport for Shropshire CAMRA Mild in May can be found printed in the current edition of Shropshire Tales (pages 17-24). Click on the cover below for the full online version of the magazine, or click on the picture above for just the Mild in May segment.

This year the West Midlands Regional Mild Ale Trail social will be hosted by Shrewsbury & West Shropshire CAMRA on Saturday 11th May. CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS.

Some examples of reported dark beers:

Thornbridge Market Porter

All Stretton – Yew Tree (1)  Hobson’s Mild
Bishop’s Castle – Three Tuns (3)  Three Tuns Stout
Ludlow – Rose & Crown (17)  Joule’s Muffin to Declare
Oswestry – Bailey Head (21)  Torrside Whistling in the Dark
Shrewsbury – Admiral Benbow (28)  Hobsons Mild
Shrewsbury – Albion (29)  St Annes May Mild
 St Annes Lea Cross Dark
 St Annes Iron & Fire
 St Annes Majors Stout
 Banks’s Mild
Shrewsbury – Coach & Horses (31)  Goffs Fallen Knight
 Thornbridge Stout
 Dorset Midnight Blinder Stout
 Hobsons Simcoe Chinook
Shrewsbury – Dolphin (32)  Joule’s Muffin to Declare
Shrewsbury – Montgomerys Tower (33)  Lymestone Stonefish Mild
 Salopian Divine Comedy
 B & T Black Dragon Mild
Shrewsbury – Prince of Wales (34)  Hobsons Mild
Shrewsbury – Royal Oak (35)  Black Country Ales Pig on the Wall
Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Hotel (36)  Rudgate Ruby Mild
 Salopian Divine Comedy
Whitchurch – Old Town Hall Vaults (48)  Joules Muffin to Declare
 Joules No Stout about it
Bishop’s Castle – Crown & Anchor (BONUS)  Sadlers Peaky Blinder Black IPA
Bridges – Bridges (BONUS)  Three Tuns Stout
Chirk Bank – Bridge (BONUS)  Banks’s Mild
Church Stretton – Stretton Ale House (BONUS)  Salopian Divine Comedy
Ludlow – Blood Bay (BONUS)  Swan Walters Stout
Ludlow – Railway Shed (BONUS)  Ludlow Black Knight Stout
Oswestry – Olde Vaults (BONUS)  Offa’s Dyke Grim Reaper Porter
Shrewsbury – Armoury (BONUS)  Hobsons Mild
Shrewsbury – Nags Head (BONUS)  Titanic Plum Porter
Shrewsbury – Salopian Bar (BONUS)  Sarah Hughes Ruby Mild
 Thornbridge Market Porter
 Grey Trees Valley Porter
Shrewsbury – Three Fishes (BONUS)  M&B Mild
Wentnor – Crown (BONUS)  Hobsons Mild

Mild in May 2017 summary

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Real Ale Price Watch (May 2019)

In common with all areas throughout the land we see quite a range of Real Ale prices in this Branch area (Shrewsbury & West Shropshire). To illustrate this, some of the extremes of the last year are listed below (price charged per pint, Real Ale only). If you think this is an issue, feel free to give your examples in the ‘Leave a Reply’ box at the bottom of the page and they will be added to the list where appropriate (please do not include use of discounts/vouchers/loyalty cards).

Wilfred Owen (Oswestry) Ruddles Best 3.7% 1.85 (May 17)  
S’bury Hotel (S’bury) Ruddles Best 3.7% 1.89 (Feb 19)
Montgomerys (S’bury) Ruddles Best 3.7% 1.89 (May 19)
Olde Vaults (Oswestry) Offas Dyke Barley Gold 3.6% 2.20 (May 19)
Dog & Pheasant (S’bury) Banks’s Sunbeam 4.2% 2.30 (Jan 19)

Tue only

Hop & Friar (Shrewsbury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.30 (Jan 19)

Tue only

Loggerheads (S’bury) Youngs London G 4.0% 2.30 (Jan 19)

Tue only

Albion Vaults (S’bury) St Annes May Mild 4.1% 2.40 (May 19)
Abbey (S’bury) Oakham Scarlet Macaw 4.4% 2.50 (Feb 19)

Mon only

Wheatsheaf (Frankwell Sh) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 2.50 (Jan 19)

Mon only

Brick (AF, S’bury) Plan B NPA 4.4% 2.50 (Jan 19)
Coach & H (S’bury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 2.50 (Nov 18)

HH

Castle Vaults (S’bury) Castle Rock Harvst 3.8% 2.50 (Oct 18)
Inn on the Green  (Sbury) Marston’s Saddle T 3.8% 2.55 (Jul 18)  
Coracle (Shrewsbury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.60 (May 19)
Beacon (Shrewsbury) Salopian Lemon 4.5% 2.60 (Jan 19)

Mon only

Hole in the Wall (S’bury) Greene King IPA 3.6% 2.60 (Jun 18)
Plough (Oswestry) Tim Taylor Boltmkr 4.0% 2.60 (May 17)  
Grove (Shrewsbury) Marstons Saddle T 3.8% 2.70 (May 19)  
Royal Oak (S’bury) BCA Pig on Wall 4.3% 2.70 (Feb 19)

HH

Old Post Office (Wem) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 2.70 (Sep 18)
Bailey Head (Oswestry) Magpie 4 for a Boy 3.6% 2.70 (May 17)
Barley Mow (Trefonen) Offas Dyke Grim Reaper 5.0% 2.80 (Apr 19)
Oak (Oswestry) Stonehse Zaffir 4.0% 2.80 (May 17)
Stonehouse (Oswestry) Stonehse Cambrn 4.2% 2.80 (May 17)
Bull’s Head (S’bury) Thwaites Wainwright 4.1% 2.85 (May 19)
Old Bell (Shrewsbury) Ringwood Razorback 3.8% 2.90 (May 19)
Rock & Fountain (S’bury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.90 (Mar 19)
Cross Foxes (S’bury) Wood Shrops Lad 4.5% 2.90 (Sep 18)
Bull (S’bury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.90 (Jun 18)
White Hart (Ellesmere) Hobsons Mild 3.2% 2.90 (Apr 18)  
Swan (Ellesmere) Tetley Bitter 3.7% 2.90 (Apr 18)
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Chapel Bar (Shrewsbury) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 3.70 (May 19)
Boars Head (Bish Castle) Ludlow Gold 4.2% 3.70 (Apr 19)
Three Fishes (Shrewsbury) Hop Back Summer Light 5.0% 3.70 (Feb 19)
Olive Tree (Shrewsbury) Stonehouse Cambrian 4.2% 3.70 (Nov 18)
Rose & Crown (Ludlow) Thornbridge Jaipur 5.9% 3.70 (Sep 17)
Bucks Head (C Stretton) Marstons Sharp Intake 4.0% 3.70 (Aug 17)
Vaults (Bishop’s Castle) Rat White Rat 4.0% 3.70 (Jul 17)
Cromwell’s (S’bury) Salopian High Frequency 5.2% 3.70 (Sep 18)
Darwins Kitchen (S’bury) Salopian Lemon Dream 4.5% 3.80 (Mar 19)
Boathouse (S’bury) Three Tuns Best 3.8% 3.80 (Jan 19)
Red Lion (Shrewsbury) Thornbridge Jaipur 5.9% 3.80 (Jul 17)
Green Dragon (Stretton) Sarah Hughes D R 6.0% 3.80 (Jun 17)
Armoury (Shrewsbury) Hop & Stagger Golden W 4.1% 3.90 (Mar 19)
Loopy Shrew (S’bury) Salopian Darwins Origin 4.3% 3.90 (Mar 19)
Lion Hotel (S’bury) Wye Valley Butty Bach 4.5% 3.90 (Jan 19)
White Lion (Whittington) Hook Norton Hooky 3.5% 3.90 (Mar 18)
Lion & Pheasant (Sbury) Hobsons 25 4.4% 4.00 (Apr 19)
Alb (Shrewsbury) Stones Alb Ale 3.7% 4.00 (Mar 19)
Morgan’s (Shrewsbury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 4.00 (Feb 19)
Waterside (Moreton) Stonehouse Station 3.9% 4.00 (Dec 18)
Lord Hill (Shrewsbury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 4.20 (May 19)
Boathouse (Ellesmere) Stonehouse Station 3.9% 4.30 (Nov 17)
HH = Happy hour

Archive of prices at end of 2018

Champion Beer of Britain (CBoB) 2018

Have your say and choose your Champion Beer of Britain

All CAMRA members have the chance to nominate beers from their local area via the CBoB voting website. This means that beers from all parts of the country have an equal chance to be nominated. The voting period opens shortly, and we would like as many members as possible submitting their votes for their favourite local beers.
You can nominate up to five beers in each of the eleven categories to be put forward for the CBoB competition, but if you only want to nominate beers in one category, or even just one beer, that’s fine. The more votes we get, the better the results will be.
You do not have to nominate all the beers in one go. You can alter your selections anytime up to the deadline at midnight on 15th November (NOTE: EXTENSION TO DEADLINE).
Not all beers are eligible for CBoB; mainstream beer styles like Bitters, Best Bitters, Strong Bitters & Golden Ales have to be available for at least 7 months of the year. Other beer styles have to be available for a lesser period depending on the rarity and seasonality of the beer style. CAMRA is currently carrying out a complete root and branch revision of our beer styles, but the current styles will be used this and next year.
Initial nominations for CBoB are made at a local level so only beers that are produced in the area near you (based on your registered address) will be available for nomination. We realise that some of you will drink beers from a wider area, but many members also tend to only drink more local beers. This will be the last year using this system; next year members will be able to vote for a wider selection of beers if they so choose.

How to Vote

Any CAMRA member can login into the CBoB website www.cbobvoting.org.uk using their member login details. If you have forgotten these details you can reset your password by clicking here.
Alternatively, you can contact the Membership Services team emailing membership@camra.org.uk
or call 01727 798 8440.
Having logged in you will be able to access information about the nomination schedule.

The CBoB voting system gives every CAMRA member the opportunity to have a say in who wins and becomes CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain, don’t moan about which beers get judged at GBBF, get involved and vote for your favourites.
Spread the word once you’ve voted #votecbob.

If you have any technical problems entering your selection, or with the website, please contact support@cbobvoting.org.uk for help. For any general non-technical issues please contact marketing@camra.org.uk.

This year the nomination period runs from Saturday, 1st September 2018 to midnight on Thursday, 15th November 2018.
Thanks for taking part, we really appreciate it.

Click here to see local successes from previous years

Cider & Perry Trail 2018

This year’s Cider & Perry trail is underway. Once again the trail will be open for July AND August. 65 Shropshire pubs plus 7 from neighbouring counties are taking part. Click on the apple logo for more information about cask Cider & Perry.

List of participating Pubs

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Corrections:

Page 16 (pubs 66-68) was omitted due to a printing error, the missing page should be attached to your booklet at the back.

Rose & Crown, Ludlow – BONUS PUB
Coracle Micropub, Ironbridge – BONUS PUB
Golden Lion, Bridgnorth – BONUS PUB

NOTE: Although the quoted deadline is 4th September, it will not be strictly enforced. Anyone still collecting in the last week of August will be allowed a couple of weeks to return their passport.

West Midlands CAMRA Regional Summer Cider Trail

Saturday, August 25
Trip to Shrewsbury and surrounds. To take part in the Shropshire branches Summer Cider Trail. Make your own way by public transport to arrive by Noon. Beer drinkers welcome as are hats.

Shrewsbury Beer Festival Beers List 2018

Provisional list:

Brewery – Town (County)

All Day Brewing – Salle (Norfolk)
Arbor – Bristol
Black Iris – Nottingham
Black Lodge – Liverpool
Brass Castle – Malton (North Yorkshire)
Brentwood – Pilgrims Hatch (Essex)
Buffys – Tivetshall St Mary (Norfolk)
Burton Town – Burton Upon Trent (Staffordshire)
Byatt’s – Coventry
Campbells – Peebles (Borders)
Chapel – Duddleston Heath (Shropshire)
Church End – Nuneaton (Warwickshire)
Clavell & Hind – Birdlip (Gloucestershire)
Cliff Quay – Stowmarket (Suffolk)
Clun – Clun (Shropshire)
Dancing Duck – Derby
Dovecote Brewery – Denbigh (Denbighshire)
Earl Soham – Debenham (Suffolk)
Electric Bear – Bath (Somerset)
Elephant School – Pilgrims Hatch (Essex)
Elmtree – Snetterton (Norfolk)
Enefield – Enfield (London)
Green Jack – Lowestoft (Suffolk)
Hobsons – (Cleobury Mortimer) Shropshire
Holdens – Dudley (West Midlands)
Hopcraft – Pontyclun (Mid Glamorgan)
Howling Hops – Hackney (London)
Humpty Dumpty – Reedham (Norfolk)
JW Lees/Northern Monk – Middleton (Manchester) / Leeds
Kelham Island – Sheffield (South Yorkshire)
Kinver – Kinver (Staffordshire)
Kirkstall – Leeds (West Yorkshire)
Lacons – Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
Lithic – Llangorse (Powys)
Ludlow – Ludlow (Shropshire)
Mad Dog – Penperlleni (Monmouthshire)
Magic Rock – Huddersfield (West Yorkshire)
Magic Rock / Wild Beer – Huddersfield / Shepton Mallet (West Yorks/Somerset)
Merchant City – Maryhill (Glasgow)
Mor Brewing – Kellas (Dundee)
North Riding / RAD – East Ayton (North Yorkshire)
Oakham – Peterborough (Cambridgeshire)
Salopian – Hadnall (Shropshire)
Siren – Finchampstead (Berkshire)
Sperrin – Nuneaton (Warwickshire)
St Anne’s – Lea Cross (Shropshire)
St Peter’s – Bungay (Suffolk)
Staggeringly Good – Portsmouth (Hampshire)
Stewart – Loanhead (Midlothian)
Stonehouse – Weston (Shropshire)
Swan – Leominster (Herefordshire)
Thornbridge – Ashford in the Water (Derbyshire)
Three Tuns – Bishops Castle (Shropshire)
Tiny Rebel – Rogerstone (Monmouthshire)
Twisted Angel – Beverley (East Yorkshire)
Tyne Bank – Newcastle Upon Tyne (Tyne & Wear)
Velvet Owl / Space Cadet – Caerphilly (Caerphilly)
Wild Beer Co / Left Handed Giant – Shepton Mallet / Bristol (Somerset/Gloucestershire)
Wilderness – Newton (Powys)
Windswept – Lossiemouth (Moray)
Wolf – Attleborough (Norfolk)
Wood – Wistanstow (Shropshire)

Real Ale Price Watch (Dec 2018)

In common with all areas throughout the land we see quite a range of Real Ale prices in this Branch area (Shrewsbury & West Shropshire). To illustrate this, some of the extremes of the last year are listed below (price charged per pint, Real Ale only). If you think this is an issue, feel free to give your examples in the ‘Leave a Reply’ box at the bottom of the page and they will be added to the list where appropriate (please do not include use of discounts/vouchers/loyalty cards).

Wilfred Owen (Osw’try) Ruddles Best 3.7% 1.85 (May 17)  
S’bury Hotel (S’bury) Ruddles Best 3.7% 1.89 (Dec 18)
Montgomerys (S’bury) Ruddles Best 3.7% 1.89 (Dec 18)
Olde Vaults (Oswestry) Offas Dyke Pride 3.8% 2.20 (Sep 18)
Loggerheads (S’bury) Jennings Sneck 5.1% 2.30 (Aug 18)

Tue only

Crown (Coleham, Sh) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.35 (Apr 17)
Albion Vaults (S’bury) St Annes Lea Cross 4.5% 2.40 (Dec 18)
Hop & Friar (Shrewsbury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.40 (Feb 18)
Bull’s Head (S’bury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.45 (Oct 18)
Coach & H (S’bury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 2.50 (Nov 18)

HH

Abbey (S’bury) Hobsons Postmn 5.0% 2.50 (Nov 18)

Mon only

Brick (AF, S’bury) Plan B Boscobel 4.8% 2.50 (Nov 18)
Castle Vaults (S’bury) Castle Rock Harvst 3.8% 2.50 (Oct 18)
Wheatsheaf (Frankwell Sh) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 2.50 (Jan 18)

Mon only

Beacon (Shrewsbury) Salopian Lemon 4.5% 2.50 (Jan 18)

Mon only

Dog & Pheasant (S’bury) Brakspear Oxford 4.0% 2.55 (Sep 18)
Inn on the Green  (Sbury) Marston’s Saddle 3.8% 2.55 (Jul 18)  
Coracle (Shrewsbury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.55 (Jan 18)
Royal Oak (S’bury) BCA Pig on Wall 4.3% 2.60 (Nov 18)

HH

Rock & Fountain (S’bury) Sharps Doom Bar 4.0% 2.60 (Sep 18)

HH

Hole in the Wall (S’bury) Greene King IPA 3.6% 2.60 (Jun 18)
Plough (Oswestry) Tim Taylor Boltmkr 4.0% 2.60 (May 17)  
Barley Mow (Trefonen) Offas Dyke Talismn 4.0% 2.60 (Mar 17)
Fox Inn (Wem) Ruddles Best 3.7% 2.65 (Dec 16)  
Old Post Office (Wem) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 2.70 (Sep 18)
Stables (Craven Arms) Hobsons Best 3.8% 2.70 (Jun 17)
Bailey Head (Oswestry) Magpie 4 for a Boy 3.6% 2.70 (May 17)
Red Castle (Harmer Hill) Hobsons Mild 3.2% 2.80 (Sep 17)
Oak (Oswestry) Stonehse Zaffir 4.0% 2.80 (May 17)
Stonehouse (Oswestry) Stonehse Cambrn 4.2% 2.80 (May 17)
Charles Darwin (S’bury) Salopian Shr Gld 3.8% 2.90 (Nov 18)
Cross Foxes (S’bury) Wood Shrops Lad 4.5% 2.90 (Sep 18)
Bull (S’bury) Banks’s Amber 3.8% 2.90 (Jun 18)
White Hart (Ellesmere) Hobsons Mild 3.2% 2.90 (Apr 18)  
Swan (Ellesmere) Tetley Bitter 3.7% 2.90 (Apr 18)
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Salopian (Shrewsbury) Turning Point Lucid Dream 5.0% 3.50 (Dec 18)
Four Crosses (Bicton) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 3.50 (Nov 18)
Nags Head (Shrewsbury) Rebellion IPA 3.7% 3.50 (Nov 18)
Station Hotel (S’bury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 3.50 (Oct 18)  
Castle (Bishops Castle) Clun Pale 4.1% 3.50 (Oct 18)  
White Horse (S’bury) Lymestone Stone the Crows 5.4% 3.50 (Sep 18)
Horseshoes (Dorrington) Wye Valley Butty Bach 4.5% 3.50 (Aug 18)
Ragleth (Little Stretton) Wye Valley HPA 4.0% 3.50 (Aug 18)
OPO (Shrewsbury) Brakspear Bitter 3.4% 3.50 (Aug 18)
Waterfront (Shrewsbury) Weetwood Cheshire Cat 4.0% 3.50 (Jul 18)
Severn Social (S’bury) Salopian Lemon Dream 4.5% 3.50 (Jun 18)
House of Grain (S’bury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 3.50 (May 18)
Church (Ludlow) Salopian Darwins O 4.3% 3.50 (Nov 17)
Stretton Ale Hse (CStr) Ludlow Stairway 5.0% 3.50 (Nov 17)  
Chapel Bar (S’bury) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 3.50 (Sep 17)  
Red Barn (Shrewsbury) Fullers London Pride 4.1% 3.50 (Sep 17)
Wheatsheaf (C S’bury) Jennings Cockr Hoop 4.6% 3.50 (Aug 17)
Craven Arms Hotel (CA) Jennings Cumb’land 4.0% 3.50 (Jun 17)
Belle Vue Tavern (Sbury) Marston’s Bass 4.4% 3.50 (May 17)
Boar’s Head (Bish Castle) Dartmoor Jail 4.8% 3.55 (Oct 18)
Vaults (Whitchurch) Flying Monk Jackdaw 4.3% 3.60 (Nov 18)
Dolphin (Shrewsbury) Joules Fat Mouse 4.4% 3.60 (Nov 18)
Three Fishes (S’bury) Salopian Voodoo 4.5% 3.60 (Oct 18)
Riverbank (Shrewsbury) Salopian Shrop Gold 3.8% 3.60 (Aug 18)
Morgan’s (Shrewsbury) Salopian Oracle 4.0% 3.60 (Jul 18)
Squirrel (Ludlow) Marstons Pedigree 4.5% 3.60 (Nov 17)
Queens Head (Q Head) Stonehouse Off Rails 4.8% 3.60 (Sep 17)
Housmans (Ch Stretton) 3 Tuns XXX 4.3% 3.60 (Aug 17)
Blue Boar (Ludlow) 3 Tuns Clerics Cure 5.0% 3.60 (Apr 17)
Boathouse (Shrewsbury) Salopian Hop Twister 4.5% 3.65 (Jul 18)
Olive Tree (Shrewsbury) Stonehouse Cambrian 4.2% 3.70 (Nov 18)
Rose & Crown (Ludlow) Thornbridge Jaipur 5.9% 3.70 (Sep 17)
Bucks Head (C Stretton) Marstons Shp Intake 4.0% 3.70 (Aug 17)
Vaults (Bishop’s Castle) Rat White Rat 4.0% 3.70 (Jul 17)
Beaten Track (S’bury) Sharp’s Atlantic 4.2% 3.70 (Feb 17)
Three Tuns (Bish Castle) 3 Tuns Old Scrooge 6.5% 3.70 (Dec 16)
Cromwell’s (S’bury) Salopian High Frequency 5.2% 3.70 (Sep 18)
Lion Hotel (S’bury) Wye Valley Butty Bach 4.5% 3.80 (Sep 18)
Darwins Kitchen (S’bury) Salopian Darwins Origin 4.3% 3.80 (Aug 18)
Red Lion (Shrewsbury) Thornbridge Jaipur 5.9% 3.80 (Jul 17)
Green Dragon (Stretton) Sarah Hughes D R 6.0% 3.80 (Jun 17)
Loopy Shrew (S’bury) St Annes Lea Cross 4.5% 3.85 (Dec 17)
Lion & Pheasant (Sbury) Hobsons Twisted Spire 3.6% 3.90 (Jul 18)
White Lion (Whittington) Hook Norton Hooky 3.5% 3.90 (Mar 18)
Waterside (Moreton) Stonehouse Station 3.9% 4.00 (Dec 18)
Alb (Shrewsbury) Stones Alb Ale 3.7% 4.00 (Aug 18)
Henry Tudor (S’bury) Salopian Shrop Gold 3.8% 4.00 (May 18)
Armoury (Shrewsbury) Black Lodge Liberties 5.2% 4.10 (Sep 18)
Boathouse (Ellesmere) Stonehouse Station 3.9% 4.30 (Nov 17)
HH = Happy hour

Archive of prices at end of 2017

GBG 2019 and PoTY/CoTY/CPoTY 2018

CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2019 Entries

During January 2018 we will be selecting our Branch’s entries into the 2019 guide.  So far, members from this branch and across the country have tasted and scored the beers of our branch’s pubs via the National Beer Scoring System, and this has been analysed and used to select a shortlist of 43 pubs which keep their beer to a very high standard.  The five pubs with the highest beer scores have been selected automatically to be recommended for inclusion.  Now it is the turn of CAMRA members to select the 21 pubs which will join them.

You can cast your votes in person at the next Branch meeting, on 7 February at the Olde Bucks Head, The Mount, Shrewsbury (8pm), by posting them to Norrie Porter, 23 Cleveland Street, Shrewsbury SY2 5DN to arrive by 31 January 2018, or electronically (local CAMRA members will have already been notified of the link to use, if you have missed this or need clarification email press@saws.camra.org.uk with your name and CAMRA membership number). 

The voting process is simple and quick, and you can vote for as few or as many pubs as you wish, up to a maximum of 21 pubs.  If you vote for more, I’m afraid your votes will be invalid.  Electronic votes need to be cast by 31 January 2018.

 

Pub of the Year 2018

The shortlist for each of the three categories of Pub of The Year (Shrewsbury, Market Town and Rural), Cider Pub of The Year, and Club of The Year have now all been drawn up.  All Shrewsbury and West Shropshire CAMRA members who are not connected to one of the shortlisted pubs are eligible to take part in the judging, against a pre-agreed set of criteria.

The judging form and guidelines are available here: PoTY/CoTY Judging Criteria

If you would like to take part in the judging, email press@saws.camra.org.uk with your name and CAMRA membership number and you will be sent the shortlist of pubs.

You will need to have visited at least three of the shortlisted pubs/clubs, and returned the scores, by 31 January 2018, and if you are judging in the overall category you will need to visit at least two more pubs by 28 February.