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Calling all you real ale fans…

Calling all you real ale fans…

Calling all you real ale fans… 2048 1365 Lindsay Becker

Are you looking for that last minute stocking filler, or the perfect gift for that person who has everything? Then look no further than our brand new Isle of Wight Pub Guide, produced in association with those folks in the know at CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale).

IW Pub GuidePacked with all the pubs on the Island, there are plenty to choose from – pubs in the heart of the countryside, pubs for a big night out or pubs where you can get restaurant quality food. There are bound to be a few that you have not yet visited. You will also find information on the Island’s three local breweries, as well as history of the many lost pubs of the Isle of Wight – at one point in time, there would have been a pub on nearly every street. You can also meet the people behind the pints with our ‘Meet the Landlord’ series, and find out where is there favourite place for a tipple when not on duty in their own pub.

It’s a must-read for anyone that is a fan of real ale, local pubs and the Isle of Wight. All at the purse-friendly price of £6.95. Get your copy here.






Lindsay Becker

I have grown up by the water and can’t imagine not living near the sea. A bbq on the beach looking out across The Solent is a great way to end a day.

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