The UK’s best place to have a pint – and the pubs you should try

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Researchers based their findings on reviews and the presence of independent pubs to judge locations.

After extensive research into the best pubs in the UK, the city was named the best place to get a pint.

Newcastle won the title, closely followed closely by London and Manchester.

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The company also evaluated each location based upon the number and quality of independent pubs, their average star rating, unique beers, and ratings from untapped.com.

Bionic calculated that Newcastle had 1,276 pubs and offered 343 unique beers from its top 4 breweries. This gave it a metric score 80 out 100.

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Here’s a rundown of the best pubs in Newcastle offering craft beers and homemade brews that are bound to get your mouth watering.

The Tyne Bar

This gem is located right next to the Quayside. It’s an independent pub with a beergard under a bridge.

Wylam and other local breweries are available at the bar. Almasty Brewing Co. also has a rotating rotation.

The Tyne is also a music venue, with good bands and DJs playing here regularly, so try not to spill your pint when you’re in the crowd.

Free Trade Inn

Enjoy the best views of the city while sipping beer at the Free Trade Inn, Ouseburn.

While it’s a little way out of the city, the walk over is worth it, as you can see all over Newcastle and Gateshead’s skyline.

This traditional pub is known for its shabby chic appeal and wide selection of cask ales, keg ales, and bottled beers which are always changing.

Old George Inn

The pub is located in a courtyard which feels miles from the city, even though it’s right in the middle of the city.

It’s a lovely place to visit with a cracking selection of beers, as well as a vibrant beer garden with bunting and big TV screens. It’s also Newcastle’s oldest pub, first established in 1582, and has had royal visitors in the past, as King Charles I used to be a regular when he was in an open prison nearby.

Enjoy a pint of beer and the historical sounds while you soak in the atmosphere.

The Broad Chare

A proper British pub.

Low lighting, comfortable leather seats, and familiar favorites like fish and chips and burgers are all part of the plan.

Found by the Quayside, the Broad Chare has a large beer menu to look over and stocks its own house pale ale called The Writer’s Block.

You can also find many beers from all over the globe.

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BrewDog

BrewDog is a well-known name in craft beer and it’s not hard to see why.

Since its opening in 2007, the company has revolutionized craft beer. It is constantly developing new flavours to please customers around the world.

There are beers to suit every taste, from light pale ales to German-style Pilsners. On Mondays, you can get two vegan or vegetarian pizzas for the price of one.

The Cumberland Arms

The Cumberland Arms is a Byker-based establishment that offers a log fire for winter toasting and a selection of fine local ales.

The pub is a locals’ favourite where you can get views over the Ouseburn valley and a warming Sunday roast.

If you’re a ping-pong enthusiast don’t forget to join in on one of its monthly tournaments.

The Bridge Tavern

Do you ever wish your pint could come with a great novel?

Then The Bridge Tavern is the place for you, as there’s a small library nestled within the pub and a microbrewery where beers are homebrewed.

The Tyne Bridge is a Newcastle landmark where you can also find locally-sourced food and bespoke ales.

The Cluny

This bar is at the heart of Newcastle’s live music scene, as gig goers regularly stop at The Cluny for a performance of their favourite band.

You can also catch lectures, comedy, and theatre shows here, along with a pint.

The Cluny has a wide selection of ciders and ales from local breweries.

Wylam Brewery

Wylam is a 30-barrel microbrewery where you can find exclusive beers on keg and cask that you can’t find anywhere else. The brewery is located in an idyllic location near the lake in Exhibition Park’s Palace of Arts. You can find gigs, other events, delicious burgers, and a great roast every Sunday at the brewery.