The top pubs were announced in the nationwide search for the next National Pub of the Year; with the overall winner revealed this month. With 16 UK pubs in the running, did your favourite make the cut?
9. Surrey / Sussex - Hornet, Chichester, Sussex
A busy split-level micropub with plenty of standing room at the bar in addition to seating both downstairs and upstairs. The upstairs has board games and hosts quiz nights and Meet The Brewer events.
10. Wessex - The Firkin Shed, Bournemouth
Winner of CAMRAs National Cider Pub, the Shed is a quirky, friendly, family-run micropub. Tables and benches hug the walls, which are decorated with flags, musical instruments, puppets and skulls.
11. Yorkshire - George & Dragon, Hudswell
At the heart of the village, this homely multi-roomed country inn was CAMRA National Pub of the Year for 2016 and has been Champion Pub of Yorkshire several times.
12. East Anglia - Red Lion, Preston, Hertfordshire
This attractive free house stands on the village green and is the first community-owned pub in Great Britain. There is an ever-changing list of beers including many from small breweries.