Instead of our Festival, we are running a Support Pubs Event in 2020. It’s on the same dates – 9-12 September – and is intended to give a boost to Shrewsbury’s magnificent pubs, which, like all others, have had a hard time lately. We have produced a map showing the pubs within easy walk of the town centre, and intend to have as near to a real-time beer list as we can manage. Over the next few weeks, until the start of the event, we’ll be adding suggested routes with maps and pub details. At the moment, your walk will be self-guided, but if restrictions allow we hope in the future to be able to offer socially distanced guides for small groups.
Please observe all relevant Covid-19 guidelines on your walk and follow the rules in each pub – they are there for your safety and that of your fellow drinkers.
If you are going to print out the leaflet including the map, it’s probably best to download it in pdf format, which you can do here:
Spoiled by the choice of 72 pubs? Here are some suggested routes! Each starts on a bus route out of town and suggests a mix of great pubs as you walk or bus back in. The routes cover Abbey Foregate (with a diversion to The Abbey), the main road to the west, Copthorne Rd, the route to the east, a route from the north and one to the south.
Here are the downloadable PDFs of the routes:
Shrewsbury CAMRA Beer Festival will be back from 8th-11th September 2021 at:
The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, St. Mary’s Street, Shrewsbury, SY1 1DX