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Two friends from Newport, Wales and New York, USA share pictures of their passion for beer. Read more...

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The small village of Avoncliff, a short train journey south of Bath, has a very popular pub with possibly one of the best beer gardens in the UK. The Cross Guns dates back to the 16th century and its beer garden stretches down many terraces to the edge of the River Avon. The aqueduct carries the Kennet and Avon Canal and construction of the bridge was completed in 1801. You can view the rest of the beer garden in this photo.

There are some outstanding beer gardens in Cumbria, north west England. This one can be found in Langdale in a remote part of Cumbria. The large garden has plenty of seating and fantasic views of the surrounding mountains. They also have a good selection of beer. This is the view from the beer garden looking towards the mountains. You can view more photos and read a review of the pub at Travels with Beer.

Three pump clips at the excellent Beer Hall at the Hawkshead Brewery in Staveley, Cumbria. The Beer House is the brewery tap for the brewery and you can expect to find the most of the beers they produce on tap at any one time. You can view more photos and read a review of the Hawkshead Brewery Beer Hall at Travels with Beer.

Despite it's basic interior, the Pig Inn the City is an award winning Gloucester pub that serves an excellent selection of well kept ales. The building dates back to the early sixteenth century and there as been a pub on the site since 1535.

The excellent Falling Rock Tap House in Denver, Colorado. The pub features an impressive 75+ beers on tap and 130+ different bottled beers.

The Old Green Tree is an old pub in the historic city of Bath, England. It's about as traditinoal as you can get. A microscopic bar serving a good selection of real ales, 2 ciders and just one lager - Budvar. There is 1920s wood panelling throughout as well as an original lounge and smoke room.

The Lamb is a Grade II listed Victorian pub that was probably built around 1729. The pub is one of a few pubs in London that retain the snob screens above the bar. Despite the sign featuring a picture of a Lamb, the pub is named after William Lamb who in 1577 rebuilt a water conduit in the area thus restoring a clean water supply to residents. The street on which the pub is located is called Lamb's Conduit Street.

Cooper Smith's is a large pub and microbrewery located in the heart of Old Town Fort Collins, Colorado. Around a dozen beers are usually available covering a wide range of styles.

The Fat Cat is an award winning pub located in Norwich in the east of England. Located in a residential area of the city, the unassuming pub has an excellent range of beers including up to around 30 cask ales, a large selection of bottled beers and imported foreign beers and lagers on keg.

This is how the excellent Welsh brewery, Otley Brewing Co., turn up to beer festivals. This particular beer festival was the 2010 Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival held in Cardiff, Wales.