Scottish & Northern Ireland POTY

Scottish & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year - What is it

The Scottish & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year (SNPOTY) is an annual competition run by the Scottish & Northern Ireland CAMRA Regional Branch to find the best pub within the Scottish & Northern Ireland area.

The Process

Once all of the local Scottish & Northern Ireland branches have run there local POTY competition and have announced there winner, these local winners are entered into a regional competition.

Each branch puts forward its local POTY winner (10 pubs in total) and a Judge to take part in the regional competition. Each pub is allocated a Area, North Scotland, Central Scotland and South Scotland. Each judge must visit the pubs they have been allocated and complete a survey. Once the surveys have been submitted, the top pub from each area is then surveyed again. The winner of this is then crowned the Scottish & Northern Ireland POTY.

2017 Regional Finalists

Aberdeen, Grampain & Northern Isles - Redgarth
Highlands & Western Isles - Grog and Gruel
Tayside - Speedwell Bar
Edinburgh & SE Scotland - Bridge Inn
Forth Valley - Corbie Inn
Kingdom Of Fife - Hillend Tavern
Ayrshire & Wigtownshire - Wellingtons Bar
Dumfries & Stewartry - Cavens Arms
Glasgow & W Scotland - Crown Inn
Renfrewshire - Callum's
Northern Ireland - Crown

The Final Four

TBC

And The Winner is

TBC

Previous Years

Scotland & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year 2014
Scotland & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year 2015
Scotland & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year 2016