Thursday 16 September 2010

Aberystwyth Pub is best in South and Mid-Wales

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The Ship & Castle in Aberystwyth has beat pubs from across South & Mid-Wales to be crowned Regional Pub of the Year by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale. The Ship and Castle will now compete against 15 other pubs for the national pub of the year title.
Described in the 2011 Good Beer Guide, published today, as
Ship & Castle, 1 High Street, Aberystwyth, SY23 1JG (Page 595, Good Beer Guide 2011)

The best just got better. A total refit has given this flagship real ale pub improved facilities while retaining its original character. A Mecca for townsfolk, students and visitors of all ages. Five draught beers are usually available, mainly from micros, alongside Westons Old Rosie and Perry. Bottled offerings include Gwynt y Ddraig cider and a small European range including Duval. Beers festivals are held in spring and autumn, and CAMRA runs occasional quiz nights.

The next beer festival at the Ship & Castle will be over the weekend of the 27th-28th October.

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