West Berkshire Branch of CAMRA

Pub Of The Year 2017: The Rowbarge, Woolhampton.

Richard Scullion, CAMRA Brnch Chairman - centre, presents certificate to Steve Butt, Brunning & Price Area Manager and Andy Pyne Rowbarge Assistant Manager - front left.

The Rowbarge, Woolhampton, is the 2017 West Berkshire CAMRA Pub of the Year. The pub is expecially popular in summer months when customers can enjoy al fresco meals and drinks with views of the river Kennet from tables on the side lawn. Inside, there are six cask ales at the bar, including at least one from a local brewery.

Assistant Manager Tom Girling thanked CAMRA for supporting the pub’s regular Meet The Brewer evenings.

Richard Scullion wished the Rowbarge a success for their 2017 Summer Festival (18-20 August - featuring over 25 cask ales). The substantial and characterful pub, near Midgham station, went forward to the Berkshire-wide stage of the competition.

The Nag’s Head, Reading, won the county round and goes forward to challenge the Royal Oak, Wantage and the Valiant Trooper, Aldbury in the regional round.

4th May 2017