Thursday 15 November 2012

Best pub in South Wales is the Red Cow!

CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, have judged the Red Cow, Llwydcoed to be the best pub in South Wales after the winners from local branches were judged against each other.
The award-winning brewpub, home to the Grey Trees Brewery, has been transformed by landlord Ray Davies into a real ale Mecca and features beers from across Britain, as well as his own brews. Have previously written about the pub here.
The Red Cow also features Gwynt Y Ddraig cider and craft keg beers from Thornbridge as well.

The West Wales winner was The Talbot, Tregaron and the North Wales and overall Welsh winner was the Bridge End, Ruabon, which won UK Pub of the Year earlier this year.

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