The Old Manor has been voted as Berkshire Southeast Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch’s ‘Pub of the Year’ for 2012.
The outlet in Bracknell, run by pub manager Ian Lynskey (third left), is a former runner-up of the award.
He said: “We are delighted to have been named as ‘pub of the year’. It is a fantastic achievement for us. We work closely with CAMRA and are very focused on ales, it is great for that to be recognised.”
The pub serves eight beers and two ciders at all times, including those from local and regional brewers. The Old Manor often features ales from the Loddon, Rebellion, Hogs Back, Two Bridges, Windsor & Eton and Ascot Ales microbreweries.
Nick Boley, Berkshire Southeast CAMRA branch chair, said: “This is a pub which very much supports the same aims as CAMRA. There is always a good range of real ales available and always well kept.
“The Old Manor always seems busy and has a varied clientele, many of whom are clearly there for the beer!”