A POPULAR pub in Malvern officially has the best selection of real ale in Worcestershire. 

Weavers of Malvern has been named the county's pub of the year by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). 

The pub scooped the prize for their service, customer experience and of course, having high-quality real ale. 

Staff at the Church Street pub found out they had won Worcester's pub of the year in April, and were revealed as the county's best a few days ago. 

Having been crowned Worcestershire's finest, Weavers will now progress to CAMRA's regional competition. 

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CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year is the annual competition to find the best boozer in the UK, with real ale lovers travelling across the country judging pubs to find which venue which serves the best pint in Britain. 

Weavers' manager Mark James said: "We are delighted to be recognised for our quality of beer and all our hard work over the past two and a half years. 

"You don't enter this competition so you need to be recognised by CAMRA, and for them to acknowledge us for our fantastic real ale is brilliant.  

“The team I’ve had for the last 18 months are just amazing and for a group like CAMRA to recognise this is just an honour.

“I’m really chuffed we have had the credit we’ve deserved.”

As well as having a wide selection of real ale, Weavers also allows their guests to bring their own hot food into the pub. 

Staff also hold charity quiz nights, raising almost £3,000 for good causes. 

Mr James added: “Things are just amazing at the moment and we’ve got plenty of other plans in the pipeline. 

“We’ve just started to spread our wings and expand, our goal is to have Weavers popping up across Worcestershire while keeping the beer and service good."