A Frome pub has been awarded the coveted title of the best pub in the Bath area.
The Griffin, in Milk Street, was on of five pubs in the area to be nominated. Representatives form the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) presented the award after the organisation announced its deeicios earlier this month.
The pub was judged on the number of criteria including atmosphere, value for money and sympathy to CAMRA’s aims. James Honey, chairman of thelocal CAMRA branch, said: ” The Griffin consistently has very good beer, throughout the year, as well as a brilliant atmosphere.” Griffin manager Charlie Thomas said the pub is really proud of the award. She said: “The Griffin won the same award 10 years ago in 2000, so it seems fitting that we should win it again, 10 years on, after so much hard work has been put into the pub”.
Article and photo courtesy of Somerset Standard