CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year
The Farmers’ Bar in Aylesbury has won CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year 2013 for the second time and was presented with this top award by CAMRA on Tuesday 3rd April.
“We are truly thrilled. This is fantastic recognition from CAMRA for our brewery tap. We are dedicated to providing the best in service, excellent quality ales sourced from all over the country, and of course our very own fine English ales brewed in Terrick, and this is great testament and honour to our pub” said George Jenkinson director of The Farmers’ Bar and The Chiltern Brewery.
Members of Aylesbury Vale & Wycombe CAMRA compared over three hundred pubs in Buckinghamshire and around Thame, Oxfordshire, to come to their decision. It was clearly a very difficult decision as they found the general standard of the pubs to be very high.
Alexander Wright, Branch Chairman said, “Tom & George Jenkinson have strived for excellence ever since Chiltern Brewery took over running of the bar at the King’s Head in 2005.” He continued, “It is a pleasure to give our top award on behalf of our members to a pub of such continued high quality.”
The Farmers’ Bar, that last won the award in 2006, have recently expanded the bar from four to six hand pumps, and now serve a regular guest ale and real cider in addition to regular and seasonal Chiltern beers.