The Bishop Vesey, in Boldmere, has beaten-off stiff competition to take the West Midlands Pub of the Year Award once again. The popular pub serves a range of real ales alongside Oakham Ales’ award-winning Citra and manager Siobhan Hayward said she was delighted at the achievement.
The accolade also sees the pub retain its place in The Good Beer Guide, which is published by CAMRA each year.
“We are absolutely delighted to receive this award once again. All of us at the Bishop Vesey work hard to ensure our customers have a great experience and we will continue to stock fantastic beers, such as Oakham Ales’ Citra, to ensure we are supporting our real ale followers,” said Siiobhan.
The award was officially handed-over by George Greenaway, chairman of the Lichfield, Sutton and Tamworth branch of Camra
“We are delighted that The Bishop Vesey, which is a fantastic outlet for Oakham Ales, has been recognised by CAMRA for its incredible work. We wish Siobhan and her team many more successes in the years to come and look forward to celebrating with them,” said Adrian Posnett, managing director of the Peterborough-based brewery.
Citra was launched by Oakham Ales six years ago and sells more than a million pints a year - making it the company’s best-selling brew.
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