POTY


Pub of the Year


CAMRA awards the Pub of the Year certificate to a pub which, quite apart from serving top-quality real ale, has other notable qualities. This may be community spirit, good food, excellent ambiance, protected building or improvements to the pub.

Quality of beer is obviously the most important single factor in nominating a pub, but others should also be taken into consideration;
Atmosphere, service and welcome, clientele, sympathy with CAMRA aims and value for money all come in to the equation. You can read about  the full judging process here.

Whatever the reasons, you can be assured that the current Pub of the Year will serve you a cracking pint of real ale.

If you think you know a pub in our area that deserves this title, email us with your nominations and reasons. A full list of eligible pubs can be found here.


List of previous winners:

2016
Just Beer Micropub, Newark

2015
Final Whistle, Southwell

2014
Just Beer Micropub, Newark

2013
Just Beer Micropub, Newark

2012
Just Beer Micropub, Newark

2011
Prince Rupert, Newark

2010
Hearty Goodfellow, Southwell

2009
Crown, Bathley

2008
Castle & Falcon, Newark

2007
Five Bells, Claypole.

2006
Old Coach House, Southwell.

2005
Old Coach House, Southwell.

2004
Square & Compass, Normanton on Trent.

2003
Old Malt Shovel, Newark.

Current winner:


The current POTY is the Just Beer Micropub, Newark.