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CAMRA names the 16 best pubs in Britain - did your favourite make the cut?

Last year the Campaign for Real Ale has revealed the best pubs across Britain - and now the winner has been announced.

The top pubs were announced in the nationwide search for the next National Pub of the Year; with the overall winner revealed this month. With 16 UK pubs in the running, did your favourite make the cut?

A long-standing pub in CAMRAs well-respected Good Beer Guide and a former national Pub of the Year winner, this perennial gem is the only pub with a heritage interior in Berkshire.

1. Central Southern - Bell, Aldworth, Berkshire (pub of the year winner)

A long-standing pub in CAMRAs well-respected Good Beer Guide and a former national Pub of the Year winner, this perennial gem is the only pub with a heritage interior in Berkshire.
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A two-room micropub serving four real ales and a large range of ciders and perries. It boasts a very extensive range of gins and pub snacks, including beer-infused pork pies and scotch eggs.

2. Kent - The Admirals Arm, Queenborough

A two-room micropub serving four real ales and a large range of ciders and perries. It boasts a very extensive range of gins and pub snacks, including beer-infused pork pies and scotch eggs.
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First built in 1691 and re-built in 1926, this is an impressive Edwardian stone-built free house with many original architectural features. Ten cask ales and two traditional ciders are available as is live sports and music.

3. Greater Manchester - Flying Horse Hotel, Rochdale

First built in 1691 and re-built in 1926, this is an impressive Edwardian stone-built free house with many original architectural features. Ten cask ales and two traditional ciders are available as is live sports and music.
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A cheerful, welcoming, town-centre local which is also known as the Trust. The mosaic entrance floor shows it was once the Tweedside Inn. Theres a cosy corner with a log burner and a small room to the rear.

4. Scotland & Northern Ireland - Bridge Inn, Peebles

A cheerful, welcoming, town-centre local which is also known as the Trust. The mosaic entrance floor shows it was once the Tweedside Inn. Theres a cosy corner with a log burner and a small room to the rear.
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