Pub News (Cont.) Wokingham Queenâ€™s Head For the first time since our formation, a Berkshire South-East branch pub has been voted the best in the whole of Berkshire. The Queen's Head in Wokingham followed-up their branch Pub of the Year win to take the county-wide award. They beat their counterparts in the other Berkshire CAMRA branches - The Fox & Hounds, Caversham (Reading & Mid Berks branch), the White Horse, ad Hedgerley (Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead branch), and the Six Bells, Beenham (West Berks ks branch). The news broke, appropriately enough, on the eve of the first Queen's Head beer festival. When branch Chairman David Richards told landlady Carol Williams, she was visibly in shock, saying she was delighted. The beer festival featured 12 ales on stillage in the rear garden, alongside the usual 6 on hand pump in the bar. It was a great success, with the cask ales all but selling out over the weekend.
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Issue 40, Autumn 2015
Issue 40 of the Mad Cow - Magazine of the Berkshire South-East ("BSE") branch of CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale)