Cheers to our re­ally great ale

Paisley Daily Express - - News -

Pubs in Ren­frew­shire are rais­ing a glass to suc­cess af­ter be­ing recog­nised for their ex­cel­lent ales.

Three Wether­spoon pubs in the area have been ac­claimed for the qual­ity of their beer by branch mem­bers of the Cam­paign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

The Lord of the Isles in King’s Inch Road, Ren­frew, The Last Post in County Square, Pais­ley and The Sand­piper at Glas­gow Air­port are all listed in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide 2018.

A CAMRA spokesperon said: “It is our be­lief that if a li­censee serves an ex­cel­lent pint of real ale, then ev­ery­thing else in the pub, in­clud­ing cus­tomer ser­vice, qual­ity of food and at­mos­phere, are likely to be of an equally high stan­dard.”

The lat­est guide was pub­lished yes­ter­day.

Lord of the Isles man­ager, James Ross, said: “I am de­lighted that the pub has been recog­nised for the qual­ity of its real ales.

“We of­fer our cus­tomers an ex­cel­lent range of real ales at all times, in­clud­ing those from re­gional brew­ers and mi­cro­brew­ers, as well as host­ing our own beer fes­ti­vals.

“Staff at the pub work hard to en­dure that the real ales on of­fer are kept in first-class con­di­tion at all times and the pub’s in­clu­sion in the guide high­lights this.”

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