Three pubs near Oswestry have made the list of the best pubs in the UK.

CAMRA’s (Campaign for Real Ale) Good Beer Guide 2022 has been released and features the very best pubs for a pint in the country.

The list includes three pubs across Oswestry all near the town centre. 

The Campaign for Real Ale is an independent voluntary organisation that promotes real ale, cider, perry and traditional British pubs and clubs.

Publishing the latest edition of their Good Beer Guide, CAMRA said: “Every pub or bar listed has been carefully selected by volunteers who have visited every one and tasted their beers. 

“These experts know what makes a great pint of beer and which venues serve it best.

“Finding good pubs to drink in can be a bit of a nightmare.

“It’s not just about the beer, it’s also about the atmosphere and location.”

Pubs near Oswestry in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2022

These are the pubs that made the list.

Stonehouse Brewery

Where: Stonehouse, Weston Road, SY10 9ES

This brewery is open six days a week and has a lovely outdoor seating area for you to soak up the sun. 

Take a peek inside the brewery where they press their own Sweeney Mountain Ciders and also have Henstone Distillery gins and other spirits.

It also has a TripAdvisor rating of 5/5, so it's definitely a day out to add to your diary. 

Serving Stonehouse Sunlander, Station Bitter, Off the Rails and one changing beer, it's great for beer lovers. 

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Black Lion

Where: Salop Road, SY11 2RJ

This hotel and restaurant made the TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice 2021 list. 

Selling good grub and quality beers, it's no surprise this was also on the CAMRA list. 

Beers available include Salopian Oracle and four other changing beers which are sourced locally, often Hobsons, Salopian or Wood. 

Bailey Head

Where: Bailey Head, SY11 1PZ

The Bailey Head has six changing beers, sourced nationally, and often has Salopian available to drink.

There is locally produced, traditional food served, including vegan options and hosts events such as a charity pub quiz.