The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has announced the finalists for its North Wales Pub of the Year award. We are delighted to congratulate all four finalists, and proud to have our Porthmadog-crafted beer flowing in all four 🍺
The finalists are:
(Photo credit: Adelphi Vaults Facebook)
The Adelphi Vaults is a 19th century pub that has been beautifully restored. It offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, as well as a great selection of real ales and food.
(Photo credit: Rhos yr Hafod Facebook)
Rhos yr Hafod is a country pub that is set in beautiful countryside. It offers a great selection of real ales, as well as food and accommodation.
(Photo credit: The Albion Ale House Facebook)
The Albion is a traditional pub that has been serving the people of Conwy for over 100 years. It is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike, and it is known for its friendly atmosphere and great selection of real ales.
(Photo credit: Mold Alehouse Facebook)
The Mold Alehouse is a traditional alehouse that offers a wide range of real ales, as well as snacks and light meals. It is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike.
We would like to congratulate all of the finalists, and we wish them the best of luck in the competition.
Join us in raising a glass to the four finalists! Pob lwc a iechyd da!