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The Salutation, Berkeley - pub details

Address: Ham, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, GL13 9QH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30405) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lydney (3.9 miles), Cam & Dursley (5.2 miles)

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Malt House, Berkeley (0.7 miles), Stagecoach Inn, Berkeley (1.2 miles)

 

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A journey to check out the 2014 Camra pub of the year.

Worth the 120 mile round trip? Well, yeah.

An unspoilt country house with a choice of 5 real ales and 8 ciders. Very friendly locals and staff engaged us in conversation and made for a pleasant hour after a decent walk.

Some photos at http://mappiman.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/160116-camra-national-pub-of-year.html
Mappiman - 17 Jan 2016 12:10
The Salutation is one of those pubs that keeps me eager to tour Britain's pubs. It's an almost unspoilt rural local that stocks a great range of real ale and ciders where locals and visitors alike can engage in friendly conversation in a comfortable environment. This was our favourite pub of 10 Gloucestershire pubs we tried on Sunday. Beers on were St George's Brew D, Salopian Shropshire Gold, Whittingtons Cat Whiskers, Severn Vale Dursley Bitter & Butcombe Bitter. Ciders were Ashton Still & Gwatkin Yarlington Mill, with Bee Sting Perry also on offer. Unsurprisingly, this pub was a CAMRA National Pub of the Year in 2011. What was more surprising was that we saw the outgoing barman in the disappointing Berkeley Arms Hotel shortly afterwards. The Salutation is much more preferable. Definitely recommended.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Mar 2012 17:37
A right and proper pub. Doesn't look too inviting, but a friendly local inside, and good choice of interesting beers. Not down this way much but will call again if we are.
krislee - 11 May 2010 23:07
Lovely beer in a very 'local' local. Farmhands and locals squeeze into the tiny bar - a friendly lot but obviously all well known to each other, so could feel cliquey (sp?) to 'outsiders'!
Don and Sue keep 4 excellent real ales, at very keen prices and in wonderful condition. An excellent local boozer, and fine for 'early doors' or a late Saturday night. Limited but adequate 'old fashioned' pub food (scampi, fish, chicken - and chips, of course), and excellent chunky cheese and onion rolls if you're there early evening.
Recommended to real ale lovers everywhere.
CriticalBeerLover - 14 Jul 2009 20:46
This is a nice traditional pub out in the country, with 2 or 3 well-kept beers, a simple reasonably-priced menu and is generally welcoming, as long as you don't object to having to squeeze past a gaggle of locals to get to the bar. No frills, but that's fine by me.
paulzwo - 22 Jan 2009 15:57

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