Cider Pub of the Year

The National Cider Pub of the Year is an award for the pub or club in the UK that best promotes and encourages the sale of quality real cider and perry.

There are 4 stages to the competition:

  • Branch Judging (January to mid-March) (to award a Branch Cider Pub of the Year)
  • Regional Judging (mid-March to mid-May) (to award a Regional Cider Pub of the Year)
  • Super-Regional Judging (mid-May to mid-July) (to award Finalist for the National Cider Pub of the Year)
  • Final Judging (mid-July to mid-September) (to award National Cider Pub of the Year)

The winner is normally announced on 1st October to start our October Cider & Perry Month.

See Current & Previous Regional and National CPotYs for more details.

For full details of how CAMRA's National Cider Pub of the Year competition is organised and the procedures that are used, please see the Cider Pub Of The Year Procedure document.