September 18, 2013 10.58 am This story is over 122 months old

Three Lincoln village pubs make beer guide debut

First-timers: Three local village pubs had made their first appearance on the Good Beer Guide.

Three Lincoln village pubs have made their first appearance in the latest Good Beer Guide from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

The Good Beer Guide 2014 is the 41st edition of the publication, which aims to promote and support good pubs and ale around the UK.

This year, The Dambusters Inn at Scampton, The Green Man at Norton Disney and The Lion and Royal at Navenby made the list.

They are three of 4,500 pubs features in the list, which was available from September 12.

Bob Foulger, Chairman of the Lincoln Branch of CAMRA, said: “It’s great to see these village pubs doing well.

“It shows what can be done when landlords are allowed to provide what their customers want.”

Meanwhile, The Victoria on Union Road, behind Lincoln Castle, is busy celebrating its 30th consecutive appearance in the guide.

Bob Foulger added: “This is a fantastic achievement by The Vic. Very few pubs in the country can boast such a record.”