A Bridlington pub has been voted as the Yorkshire pub of the year by members of CAMRA
Three B’s Micropub in the centre of Bridlington sells over 10 different ciders and perrys from cider producers from all around the country but always stocks products from Yorkshire such as Tree Top Press and Udders. Despite opening during the first Covid lockdown in 2020, the pub is becoming renowned for its high-quality range of real ales as well as ciders. Homemade parkin and sausage rolls are also available alongside local butchers’ pies which often get as many positive comments as the beer and ciders on offer, with customers disappointed if these run out due to high demand.
Commenting on the accolade of being the best cider pub in Yorkshire, owner Mark Bates said “We always have over 10 ciders permanently available with around half coming from suppliers from within Yorkshire, as well as more traditional cider producing areas, so we are over the moon to have been recognised with this major award from CAMRA”
CAMRA Yorkshire Cider Co-ordinator Christine Jane said “We have judged Three B’s Micropub as being Yorkshire CAMRA cider pub of the year with particular note of the customer service, inclusiveness and knowledge of the product offered at the venue”
The presentation for Yorkshire Cider Pub of the Year will take place on 12th August at 3pm at the pub, all are invited. (In the event of a rail strike this will be moved to 19th August).
You can find 3 B’s micropub at 2 Marshall Avenue, Bridlington, YO15 2DS. Northern run regular direct trains from Sheffield to Bridlington via Hull with discounted tickets often available when booked in advance.