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Somerset Life Food & Drink Awards 2017: Pub of the Year

PUBLISHED: 09:19 20 October 2017 | UPDATED: 12:01 20 October 2017

Pub of the Year

Pub of the Year


We asked readers to nominate establishments that offer exceptional food and drink including a wide range of locally brewed real ales. It also needed to have a menu which champions local food and provide a warm welcome to all

The Somerset Life Food & Drink Awards are one of the biggest events in the local calendar and it is hugely anticipated by the region’s food and drink industry all year round.

We champion the best local producers, suppliers and businesses that are passionate about Somerset and the future of our local environment.

Thanks to both the nominations of the public and our well-respected judges, we have picked a winner worthy of the ‘Pub of the Year’ Award, sponsored by Arthur David.

This year’s finalists are:

The Swan in Wedmore

The Swan is a bustling village pub with seven en-suite bedrooms and an outstanding kitchen led by Tom Blake from River Cottage.

The White Post, Rimpton

Dine at The White Post and enjoy the far reaching views across the beautiful Dorset and Somerset countryside, the homes where they source their fantastic ingredients.

And the winner is:

The Globe, Milverton

The Globe is a family-run pub in the friendly village of Milverton. They offer excellent food, a wide selection of drinks, comfortable guest rooms and a warm welcome

The Pub of the Year Award is sponsored by Arthur David.

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