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CAMRA names the 16 best pubs in Britain - and one is in Scotland

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?

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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 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.

4. 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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