Pub Awards

Pub Awards

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Sydney Pub Awards

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People’s Choice winner, Mick Bain of the Royal Albert (pictured left) – another pub not far from the Dove & Olive and Keg & Brew – welcomed the focus on smaller venues within the list. And, as well as a focus on better beer, he believes the better venues are succeeding by focusing on what has traditionally worked in pubs.

The magazine’s pubs editor, Emily Lloyd-Tait, said: “The awards are our opportunity to highlight the people raising the bar for counter meals and promoting inclusivity. The ones bringing old boozers back to life with respect for their history and those keeping us entertained on long winter nights with live music, games, classes, events, trivia and even the odd art exhibition or mini opera. And a pub with no beer is no pub at all, so we are very fond of the venues that take their taps seriously, giving space to up and coming brewers and pouring fresh, clean schooners of old favourites.”

 

THE WINNERS

BEST PUB FOOD

  • Welcome Hotel
  • Highly Commended: Erskineville Hotel

BEST BEER LIST

  • The Local Taphouse
  • Highly Commended: Forest Lodge Hotel

PUB REVIVAL AWARD

  • Woolwich Pier Hotel
  • Highly Commended: Keg & Brew

PUBLICAN OF THE YEAR

  • Dan Ryan, Dove & Olive
  • Highly Commended: Jake Toivonen, The Bank Hotel

GOOD TIMES AWARD

  • Darlo Bar
  • Highly Commended: The Friend in Hand

FAMILY FRIENDLY AWARD

  • Coogee Pavilion
  • Highly Commended: Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel

PEOPLE’S CHOICE

  • Royal Albert Hotel

LEGEND AWARD

  • Lord Dudley Hotel

PUB OF THE YEAR

  • Dove & Olive

 

 

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