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Brewery of the Year 2018 - Staggeringly Good
Good Beer Guide 2018 - On Sale Now!!Full Pints - Get What You Pay For
Pub of the Year 2018 - The Lawrence ArmsSave Your Local!!

Brewery of the Year 2018 (updated 1 Apr 2018)

Brewery of the Year 2018

Staggeringly Good

Congratulations to everyone at Staggeringly Good for being our Brewery of the Year.
We have presented the award
and you can soon vote for the 2019 winner.


Good Beer Guide 2018 (updated 19 Sep 2017)

Good Beer Guide 2018 The 2018 edition of CAMRA's best-selling Good Beer Guide is now on sale. Thanks to Dave Livingstone and all the staff at the Wheelwrights for a great evening and to all the licensees, brewers and cider makers for joining us.

Pub of the Year 2018 (updated 1 Apr 2018)

Pub of the Year 2018

The Lawrence Arms, Southsea

Congratulations to all involved with the pub and well done to all the customers as you make hte pub as much as the staff.

Voting for the 2019 pub will soon be open. Check back here in the next few weeks.


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 1 Apr 2018

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