In 2012 The Good Pub Guide celebrated its 30th anniversary, and is as invaluable as ever. Its comprehensive yearly updates and countless reader reports ensure that only the very best pubs make the grade.
Here you will find classic country pubs, town-centre inns, riverside retreats, gastropubs, historic gems and exciting newcomers, plus pubs specialising in wine, malt whisky, or own-brew beer. Find out the top pubs in each county for beer, dining and accommodation, and discover the winners of the coveted titles of Pub of the Year and Landlord of the Year. Packed with information, The Good Pub Guide 2012 is a fund of honest, entertaining and indispensable information.
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A good pub is the backbone, heart and stomach of any walk worth doing - in winter with a plate of steak-and-kidney and a pint of Old Cruncher by the fire, in summer out in the garden with a sandwich and a nice hoppy Summer Special. I've used The Good Pub Guide since Noah was a lad to pinpoint a great pub with a decent pint as base camp for a walk, and it's never let me down. - The Times
Don't leave home without the nation's favourite read... The Good Pub Guide 2012...is celebrating its 30th birthday and is packed full of handy information for pub-goers. - Thirsty Work, Press Association
Alisdair Aird worked for many years with Which?, editing its motoring magazine and Which? magazine itself. He set up Holiday Which? and the consumer policy and research side of the National Consumer Council. He has edited The Good Pub Guide since its first edition in 1983.
Fiona Stapley has worked with Alisdair Aird on The Good Pub Guide for over 10 years. She previously worked with the Consumers' Association.