These are the best pubs in and around Milton Keynes - according to CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide 2020

With Milton Keynes and its surrounding area boasting a huge variety of pubs to visit, these are the best ones to visit according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020.

Tuesday, 17th September 2019, 5:26 pm
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Brewhouse & Kitchen is a brewpub that boasts a whole range of real ales, craft and other beers which have been brewed on site. They also host events that include beer tastings and visits to the brewer. 7 Savoy Crescent, MK9 3PU
Boasting "unbeatable" prices and range of cask ales according to the guide, this Wetherspoons offers up a beer shop with has a wide range of canned and bottled craft ales. 201 Midsummer Boulevard, MK 1EA
Buckingham's oldest pub, it offers up changing and interesting beers, often featuring guests from local breweries. It also hosts wine and whisky tasting events. 2 Mitre Street, MK18 1DW
Based in the heart of Great Linford Village, and believed to date back to the 16th century, this pub was refurbished in 2018. Popular with narrow-boaters due to it's proximity to the Great Union Canal. 30 High Street, MK14 5AX
Formerly Hanslope Working Men's Club, Club welcomes non-members at all times for a nominal fee. It boasts three regular beers and a weekly changing guest ale, as well as a beer festival on Easter weekend. 28 High Street, MK19 7LQ
This local pub serves up Greene King IPA, Great Oakley Wagtail and a guest ale, and with a real fire roaring, what's not to love? 35 High Street, ML19 7LQ
Monday is cask ale day at Talbot, with all real ales only costing 2.49 a pint. Wednesday is quiz night and food is served all day, every day, including a delightful brunch at the weekend. 33 London Road, MK5 8AB
This free house is divided into two areas - a main bar with a flat screen TV and a games bar featuring a dartboard and a pool table. It also has a garden that offers up a covered smoking area. 10 West Street, MK18 2NT
This pub serves up home cooked food, including award winning pies, using local seasonal produce. The Lamb also features an intimate bar and a large separate restaurant and a less formal dining room. 16-20 High Street, MK16 8NR
This canal side pub supports local breweries. It usually features three or four changing local beers, some cider, and a beer festival over the May bank holiday weekend. Leighton Road, MK17 9DD
A deceptively large brick building opposite the village hall, the Crown Inn serves up one frequently changing beer from the barrel. The guide describes the Crown Inn as "central to the life of the village". The Square, MK18 4EG
This pub boasts a lot, with two bars, one quiet and one with regular live bands and music, plus sports TV, a dartboard and Northamptonshire skittles table. There's also a separate restaurant. 87 High Street, MK11 1AT
Reopened in 2017, this dog friendly pub offers up cask beers, two out of four are of the local variety. The large garden offers up panoramic views of the countryside. 4 High Street, MK17 0NA
Close to the Grand Union Canal, this pub is popular with walkers. Featuring a bar and a separate restaurant, the pub uses fresh, local produce and holds a quiz night on Tuesdays. 34 Newport Road, MK15 0AA