One of the city’s fastest-growing pubs for its real ale reputation has cemented its reputation for just that.Advertisement
Pints were raised in celebration by the Guild Ale House in Lancaster Road.
The former charity shop was converted by Gary Quinn in 2016 and has been rammed pretty much ever since with those after an ale.
Now the Campaign for Real Ale has crowned the Ale House as Central Lancashire’s best pub.
Read more: These Preston pubs made the CAMRA Good Beer Guide
It was the first year the vote was opened up to all CAMRA members in the region as opposed to just the committee.
Chairman for the Central Lancashire region Dave Bell presented Gary and his partner Jane Briscoe-Walmsley with a certificate to mark the award.
The couple have recently opened their second venture in Preston city centre, taking on a unit within the new Preston Market for tap bar The Orchard.
Read more: The Orchard opens at Preston Market
Assistant manager Kevin Quinn said: “We always strive to give our customers the best service and quality experience. We all have a love for great beer and I feel this is shared by many of our customers.”
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