Wirral Branch Pub of the Year Awards: 
24 May, 2014
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Wirral Branch presented awards to our winning pubs on Saturday 24th May. The runner up is the Nag's Head in Willaston. This friendly village pub sells four cask beers in excellent condition and despite being tied to a pub company has two permanent beers which are not usually found in this area - Otter Bitter and York Guzzler - both of which have proved popular with locals. There is also a regularly changing guest beer. The winning pub was the Fox & Hounds in Barnston. This ever popular multi award winning pub never disappoints with six hand pulled cask beers including the locally produced Brimstage Brewery Trappers Hat. The pub also sells a real cider.
West Kirby Tap: 
12 May, 2014
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The newly reopened pub has become one of the few Wirral outlets for real cider. The range of ciders will vary and the first offering is Happy Daze from Gwynt y Ddraig.
Spitting Feathers open new pub in West Kirby: 
8 May, 2014
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Spitting Feathers brewery has added to the real ale scene in West Kirby, converting the Red Door cocktail bar into the West Kirby Tap The pub has 8 hand pumps serving a regularly changing range of beers which will of course include some beers from Spitting Feathers. The pub opened for business on 8th May but it will be a few days before the kitchen is operating to provide customers with meals.
Britman Brewery: 
8 May, 2014
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Britman Brewery are now producing three real ales - Best Bitter 4.0%, Porter 4.0% and Golden Ale 4.5%. The beers should start appearing in pubs soon.
Queen's Royal: 
1 May, 2014
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Wirral CAMRA Spring Pub of the Season. The Queen's Royal in New Brighton was awarded The Wirral Branch Spring Pub of the Season on Thursday 1st May. This airy modern bar in an imposing Victorian hotel has been a feature in the Good Beer Guide for 6 years and serves up to six real ales on hand pump. The range normally includes up to two beers from Hawkshead brewery including Hawkshead Bitter and Windermere Pale Ale. Also available on the night of the presentation was Lytham Blonde, Weetwood Bitter and Phoenix Arizona.

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