Join us on a visit to four of the new 2020 GBG pubs in the downhill city area on Sunday 15th starting 2pm at the Golden Eagle then Ritz, Cardinal’s Hat finishing at the Joiners Arms.
Join us on a visit to four of the new 2020 GBG pubs in the uphill city area on Friday 13th starting 19:30 at the Adam & Eve then BeerHeadZ, Strugglers Inn finishing at the Victoria.
Voting has now started for the 2020 Pub of the Year competition. For details see here.
The presentation of the CAMRA Lincolnshire Pub of the Year certificate took place recently and here’s the landlady, Anna and pub team with the CAMRA Area Organiser who presented the award on behalf of the Lincolnshire CAMRA branches.
Details of the Pub of the Year judging criteria can be found here.
Lincoln CAMRA’s top pub, the Strugglers Inn on Westgate, has gone one better, with the award of Lincolnshire Pub of the Year for 2019. Judges from the Campaign for Real Ale visited the winning pubs from each of the CAMRA branches in the county and assessed the quality of the beer, the atmosphere, service and community focus.
Earlier this year, the Strugglers was named Best Cask Ale Pub by Heineken-owned Star Pubs & Bars.
Standing in the shadow of Lincoln Castle, the Strugglers Inn is a magnet for real-ale drinkers from near and far. The ceilings of the main bar and snug are adorned with pumpclips of beers that have appeared on the bar. There is regular live music on Sunday teatimes.
Lincoln CAMRA chairman, Aaron Joyce, said, “This is a well-deserved accolade for landlady, Anna, and her team. They offer an outstanding variety of beers in tip-top condition and provide a warm welcome to locals and visitors to the city. I recently heard some visitors from Cheltenham saying that they wished the pub could be transported the their town.”
The runner-up in the county-wide competition is the Nobody Inn at Grantham. The other pubs in contention were:
Ebrington Arms, Kirkby on Bain
Sweyn Forkbeard, Gainsborough
No 2 Refreshment Room, Cleethorpes
The Strugglers Inn now goes forward to the East Midlands round of the competition, where it will be up against the best pubs from Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland.
The latest issue of ImpAle is now available online.