The Angel Inn Blyth looking splendid with the floral display.
Outside the Final Whistle Southwell, the North Notts team take well earned refreshment before moving on to judge the next pub for the Nottinghamshire Pub of the Year 2019. Working their fingers to the bone, heroes all of them.
The refurbished sports bar in the Brick and Tile Retford.
The Flying Scotsman in Hallcroft Retford, once a very popular pub which finally closed its doors in June 2019.
Formerly the Rum Runner the Ship Inn Retford has reverted back to its original name.
The range at Mallinson's Brewery Tap on a visit to Huddersfield.
Opening night at Fuggle Bunny brewery's first pub, Chapter One in Worksop.
The original Brew Shed, usually full to busting but it did have the odd quieter moment.
The Bluebell Inn Lound.
At the May 2017 branch meeting Terry presents the Winter 2016 Pub of the Season award to Michelle, landlady of the Red Lion Wellow.
Otis has a minute on the bench, it was a step hill, a photo with Harold and a visit to the Sportsman.
The bar at Stalybridge with a great range of beers and pies too. A team photo outside the Riverhead Brewery Tap Marsden.
Lovely scenery, a picturesque station at Stalybridge with a bar.
All attention is on Terry, the suspense could be cut with a knife, Terry consults his notes and remembers what he was going to say, gets applause and finally Terry remembers to present The Pub of the Year 2016 award to Wayne and his staff at the Mallard.
Dukeries Tap Worksop, a good range.
Terry presents the Autumn 2016 Pub of the Season award to Josh, the manager of BeerHeadZ Retford.
Give us a wave. Christmas jumpers found the pop up pub opposite Shakespeares in Sheffield.
Phil Owen behind the bar at the Dukeries Tap Beer Festival.
Pat Meechan, the first person to be served in the Dukeries Brewery Tap.
A visit to the Unicorn, Michelle and staff are always welcoming.
The lads discussing beers and putting the world to right at the Retford Beer Festival.
Staff and customers celebrate BeerHeadZ winning Notts CAMRA pub 2016.
BeerHeadZ, the Idle Valley Tap and the White Lion take part in the first Cannon Ale Run beer festival
Not a lot for real ale drinkers in Rhodes but Fix Dark, 5.2% ABV, described as a black lager was as good as I found.
Chris with his new mash tun at the Idle Valley Brewery.
Stuart and Jim at the Fuggle Bunny Bar at the Barrow Hill Rail Ale Festival.
B.A.T.S have visited the Brick and Tile Retford, pub no. 18,531 on their crawl round the country.
John Bowden at Nottingham Beer Festival enjoying a beer after being presented with a bow tie and braces and given the title Fisher Pale Lobster Warrior.