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Pub of the Year 2020 - The Queens HotelSave Your Local!!

Save Our Pubs (updated 5 Jan 2021)

Save Our Pubs The latest Government restrictions will have a major impact on many of our pubs. Unlike in previous lockdowns they are not able to sell takeaway alcohol (although delivery is allowed). The ability to sell takeaways was a vital source of income which has been removed. There is no such restriction on supermarkets selling alcohol. CAMRA has set up an online system where you can email your MP to ask for a level playing field for pubs. Please use it or send your own email to help us with this.

Cheers to Choice (updated 27 Jun 2020)

As pubs across the UK begin to prepare for reopening, we are launching our “Cheers to Choice” campaign, asking pub companies to allow all tied pubs to stock local drinks.

Pub landlords who are tied tenants are restricted in what they can sell. We need your help now to make sure there is a good choice of beers and cider from local, independent, and small breweries and cider producers on offer.

You can take part by asking pub company bosses to stock local and independent brews in their pubs. Sign the petition here 

Beer At Home (updated 2 May 2020)

The Coronavirus outbreak has unfortunately meant that all our pubs have had to close. They are, however, able to sell beer for takeaway and a number of them are also offering home delivery. To see if there is one near you, check the Pulling Together website (which also lists brewerise offering this service) or WhatPub. It will default to only show pubs that we are aware of offering this. If you know of any more, please let us know.

Brewery of the Year 2020 (updated 20 Mar 2020)

Brewery of the Year 2020

Congratulations to everyone at Urban Island for being our Brewery of the Year for the second time in a row.

Because of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, no date for the presentation can be given yet.

Voting is now open for the 2021 winner

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Good Beer Guide 2021 (updated 29 Oct 2020)

Good Beer Guide 2021 The 2021 edition of CAMRA's best-selling Good Beer Guide is now on sale. Congratulations to all the pubs that made it in this time. Because of the Covid-19 restrictions we did not hold our usual local launch this year but you can buy a copy from CAMRA's online shop. The GBG app is also available here.

Pub of the Year 2020 (updated 23 Oct 2020)

Pub of the Year 2020

The Queens Hotel, Gosport

Congratulations to Sue and all the staff for bringing the award to Gosport

The Jim Fox Memorial Trophy is now on display in the pub.

Voting is now open for the 2021 Pub of the Year

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Save Your Local!! (added 5 May 2014)

Save Your Local!! A Pubs Watchdog is urgently needed to govern the behaviour of large pub companies (which own around a third of UK pubs) and ensure publicans are treated fairly. A key role for the Pubs Watchdog would be to ensure rents and wholesale prices are reasonable.
Sign the petition to help us campaign for this important body.

News updated on 5 Jan 2021

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