The information and more which was into the Herefordshire Pub-Finder has been soaked up into CAMRAs nationwide on-line pub guide What Pub, that is today freely accessible to people and non-members alike. All of our bars is there, whether available or shut, plus many other real ale outlets.
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Meanwhile, in the event that you would rather to carry a novel with you, our local Pub Guide Herefordshire Pubs is still available. See .
Every pub in Herefordshire
The next edition of Herefordshire Pubs was published by Herefordshire CAMRA in 2011. Much like the past two versions it won the CAMRA prize for most useful regional guide of the season, even though this time the prize was shared with the Oxford Abingdon and Witney guide. Copies remain readily available.
In full color throughout, Herefordshire Pubs covers every club inside county, but reserves full write-ups for those of you pubs (thankfully, a large proportion) that sell genuine ale and cider. Lavishly illustrated, with some great images of your many unspoiled bars, additionally features many interesting articles to read on subjects from the danger to the bars into the rise associated with the microbrewery together with reputation for cider. It provides the reader a quick reference guide for selecting bars for that particular celebration: bars suitable for households; people that have gardens; those that offer farmhouse cider or international food; riverside bars and a whole lot more. Its all you need to be able to explore the richness and selection of the countys bars at your leisure.
How to get Herefordshire Bars?
Herefordshire Pubs is for sale at most of the bookshops and tourist workplaces, plus numerous pubs through the entire county.
You can get the guide direct from Herefordshire CAMRA by sending a cheque payable to Herefordshire CAMRA for £3.95, (people £2.95) plus £1.25 p & p per guide to: Herefordshire bars, Hynett Moor, Bartestree, Hereford, HR1 4BE.
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Does anyone know of any nice pubs in the Peak District that do good food. One with a nice beer garden would be great.
The Waltzing Weasel (High Peak, near New Mills) does great food. The Monsaldale Head Hotel always used to do good food, but it has been a while since I went. The view is simply stunning