Bromley pubs added to CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide

PUBLISHED: 11:59 23 September 2013 | UPDATED: 11:59 23 September 2013

The Jolly Woodman made it into the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.

The Jolly Woodman made it into the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.


Three pubs and one club in the Borough of Bromley are new entries in CAMRA’s latest edition of the Good Beer Guide.

The Barrel & Horn in Bromley, The Woodman in Farnborough and the Orpington Liberal Club make their first appearance in the guide alongside the Moon & Stars in Penge, which has featured before.

Peter Rolfe, Chair of Bromley CAMRA said “It’s great to see the Woodman making it into the guide. This is a just reward for the excellent quality and range of the Shepherd Neame ales they serve.”

The Barrel & Horn, formerly the Tom Foolery, is also the winner of Bromley CAMRA’s Merit Award for 2013 which recognises the pubs fine ales.

Duncan Borrowman, from the Orpington Liberal Club, said: “We are delighted in 18 months to come from nowhere to being Bromley CAMRA’s Club of the Year and now in the Good Beer Guide, the best and only guide voted for by real ale, cider and perry drinkers.

“It has been hard work, but also enjoyable in selling some of the best real ales from local breweries and microbreweries.”

Entries in the Guide are nominated by the 150,000 CAMRA members throughout Britain.

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