A pub in Wellington is celebrating after being named Shropshire Pub of the Year by a group for the second consecutive year.
The Pheasant Inn, also the taphouse for Rowton Brewery, has been commended by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) members across the region for their well-kept ale and friendly team.
They received their certificate from members of the Telford and East Shropshire branch of CAMRA this week.
Since the Rowton Brewery team took over the pub, awards have not stopped pouring in for the Pheasant Inn.
It was named Pub of the Year for the Telford and East Shropshire area in 2020, 2022 and now 2023.
All three Rowton-managed pubs – The Pheasant Inn, The Wrekin Inn and The Old Fighting Cocks – feature in the Good Beer Guide.
The Pheasant Inn will now go forward to compete for the regional title of West Midlands Pub of the Year, with the chance to win the national award.
“It’s fantastic to be able to taste beers brewed on the premises as well as ales from other high quality brewers there,” said Paul Jones, TES CAMRA Chairman.
“At this time of year, nothing beats a well-conditioned pint in the sunshine and we’re pleased to celebrate The Pheasant’s credentials as the best place to do that in Shropshire.”
Source: Shropshire Star