Pub Awards

CAMRA gives these annual awards to draw attention to pubs and clubs that operate in ways that CAMRA would wish to encourage - such as providing well-presented ranges of real ales of varied styles, high quality draught ciders, premises with atmosphere and style, good service and welcome, a good community focus and good value.

Awards in 2019


The following awards were presented in March at the St Neots 'Booze on the Ouse' Beer and Cider Festival at the Priory Centre. Congratulations to all nominees and winners.


Urban Pub of the Year

Winner: The Ale Taster, St Neots

The Urban Pub of the Year award went to The Ale Taster, St Neots. The award was presented to the licensees.


Rural Pub of the Year

Winner: The Chequers, Little Gransden

The Rural Pub of the Year award went to the Chequers, Little Gransden.


Cider Pub of the Year

Winner: The Ale Taster, St Neots

The Ale Taster in St Neots is the Cider Pub of the Year.

Community Pub of the Year

Winner: Haywain, St Ives

The Haywain is a genuine community pub, providing a real focal point for those living nearby and hosting regular activities in support of good causes in the locality.

Once again, congratulations to all the winners of the Pub of the Year awards. Below is the group photograph of all of the award winners presented at the St Neots Booze on the Ouse Beer & Cider Festival

The following awards will be presented at the Booze on the Ouse Festival in October, in St Ives:

Most Improved Rural Pub of the Year
Most Improved Urban Pub of the Year
Mild & Dark Beer Pub of the Year
LocAle Pub of the Year

Pub Awards from previous years:

Pub Awards 2018
Pub Awards 2017
Pub Awards 2015
Pub Awards 2014