Ten gardens, one winner. The competition is on for Britain’s Best Beer Garden 2016.

The public, with the help of a team of judges, will decide which of the Best Beer Garden finalists deserves to take home the gold. 

The winner will receive the grand title and a professional photo shoot of their garden.

Jonathan Webber, commercial director of small and medium sized business insurance provider SMEi, which organised the competition, commented: “Britain’s Best Beer Garden has certainly captured the imagination of the nation’s pub goers and publicans.

“It’s now up to the public and our independent judging panel to decide the winner.”

The closing date for votes is Wednesday 28 September and the winner plus the two runners up, will be announced on Friday 30th September 2016. 

 

The Queens Arms  - Somerset

 

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With a top spot for dining in the sun.

 

Barley Mow - Portsmouth

 

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With flowers galore.

 

Chaplin’s Cellar Bar - Bournemouth

 

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With a maize of colour and a roof terrace too. 

 

Badger & Co - Edinburgh

 

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With mesmerising wall art. 

 

The Maytime Inn – Asthall in Oxfordshire

 

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With a country side setting. 

 

The Johnson Arms – Nottingham

 

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With fabulously British bunting. 

 

The Old Horse - Leicester

 

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We visited this one on our 'saw it, liked it, nicked it' tour of Leicester. Take a look inside the pub too in this video. They also have an owl in the garden. 

 

The Belle Vue Tavern – Ramsgate

 

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With views over Pegwell Bay. 

 

The Kings Head - Laxfield in Suffolk

 

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With a flower walkway and church views. 

 

Black Bull Inn – Preston 

 

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With colourful seating and victorian style lamp posts.  

 

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