These are the best pubs in and around Blackpool - according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020

It can be tricky deciding where to go for a drink once Friday rolls around - let this guide from CAMRA do the work for you.

Wednesday, 18th September 2019, 2:59 pm
Which of these pubs have you been to?
Which of these pubs have you been to?

These are the best pubs in and around Blackpool according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020

This Victorian brewpub boasts 10 cask ales, normally consisting of five from the on-site West Coast Rock Brewery. Cider, authentic German lagers and a range of craft keg beers are also sold. 139-141 Church Street, FY1 3NU
This quirky cellar bar stocks three changing ales, supporting local brewers and normally includes a dark beer. In addition, there's also a range of Belgian bottled beers to choose from. 117 Albert Road, FY1 4PW

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A frequent CAMRA branch Club of the Year, the Blackpool Cricket Club shows major sports fixtures on it's multitude of TV screens. The club hosts it own annual beer festival. Barlow Crescent, West Park Drive, FY3 9EQ
A fixture in this guide since 2014, Layton Rakes boasts a range of three regular and at least five changing guest beers is served. There is also outdoor seating and a roof on the terrace. 17-25 Market Street, FY1 1ET
Described as a "Blackpool institution", the Saddle Inn offers up six beers to choose from and in the summer, a few ciders are on offer as well. A beer festival is held yearly at this pub. 286 Whitegate Drive, FY3 9PH
A popular destination for real ale drinkers, it was crowned the local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2019. Four different beers are served, sourced from far and wide, as well as a wide selection of bottled beers. 5 Clifton Street, FY8 5EP
This Wetherspoon conversion boasts a bright new look interior. There are 10 hand pumps which include six permanent beers. Station Road, FY8 5DH
A multi award winning, long standing Guide entry, Taps offers up a relaxed atmosphere with its recent refurbishment. On Monday there's a quiz and food is made from locally sourced ingredients. 12 Henry Street, FY8 5LE
Set in a former Lloyds Bank, this eccentric pub offers up beers from mostly local and regional beers, and at least two ciders as well. It also hosts two beer festivals held every year. 42 St Annes Road West, FY8 1RF
This quirky and friendly bar is larger than it looks. The bar usually has beers from local and regional brewers, and cider is always available as well. It's decorated with retro Blackpool tourism posters. 10 Park Road, FY8 1QX
On offer are 10 hand pumps which dispense four regular beers and a good selection of six changing ones as well. This pub was converted from a former solicitors' office. 36-38 Wood Street, FY8 1QR