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These are the best pubs in Preston - according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020

With Preston boasting a huge variety of pubs to visit, these are the best ones to visit according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020.

Do you agree with this list from CAMRA or do you think some vital pubs have been left out?

The Black Horse has been identified by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior. It can be found serving up four Robinsons beers as well as a rotating selection of guest beers. 166 Friargate, PR1 2EJ

1. Black Horse

The Black Horse has been identified by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior. It can be found serving up four Robinsons beers as well as a rotating selection of guest beers. 166 Friargate, PR1 2EJ
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This pub boasts a main bar area plus a lounge with a real fire in winter and a conservatory overlooking the garden. Seven hand pumps offer up cider and up to six microbrewery beers. South Meadow Lane, PR1 8JP

2. Continental

This pub boasts a main bar area plus a lounge with a real fire in winter and a conservatory overlooking the garden. Seven hand pumps offer up cider and up to six microbrewery beers. South Meadow Lane, PR1 8JP
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Preston's first micropub, it offers up seven ever changing beers with are mainly local or from Yorkshire, with a least one dark ale. There is also a range of other beers in keg and bottle also available. 56 Lancaster Road, PR1 1DD

3. Guild Ale House

Preston's first micropub, it offers up seven ever changing beers with are mainly local or from Yorkshire, with a least one dark ale. There is also a range of other beers in keg and bottle also available. 56 Lancaster Road, PR1 1DD
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Originally Market Tavern, this traditional pub dates back to the mid 1800's. John Smith's is the regular cask ale, and there are five interesting changing guest beers to be sampled. 33-35 Market Street, PR1 2ES

4. Market Tap

Originally Market Tavern, this traditional pub dates back to the mid 1800's. John Smith's is the regular cask ale, and there are five interesting changing guest beers to be sampled. 33-35 Market Street, PR1 2ES
Market Tap
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