Fourth award win this year for Great Western Arms in Aynho

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The Great Western Arms in Aynho is celebrating for a fourth time this year after the Publican’s Morning Advertiser awarded it ‘Best Tenanted/ Leased Pub’ in its region, East and West Midlands and Wales.

The pub, that also picked up three titles earlier this year at the Hooky Diamond Awards, will now go forward to compete for the ‘Best Tenanted Pub’ and ‘Best Pub’ title at the 2012 Publican’s Morning Advertiser’s Great British Pub Awards on September 13th.

Since taking over the pub in June 2009, Rene and Alison Klein have made the Great Western Arms one of the most successful pubs in the Hook Norton Brewery estate, offering the modern consumer everything they want from a pub; locally-sourced produce alongside hand crafted ales all served with the highest service from friendly knowledgeable staff.

Now in its ninth year, the Great British Pub Awards have attracted hundreds of entries from the best pubs from all over the country. Its popularity is evident, with many describing it as ‘the one to win’ for licensees.

Great Western Arms tenant, Rene Klein, is now looking forward to the big event: “We are so proud to have been named ‘Best Tenanted/ Leased Pub’ for our region. We have always been lucky, having a lovely pub in a beautiful area, but this award is testament to the great staff we have here, and all the hard work that goes into making this a special place for our customers.”

Handcrafted in the Cotswold Hills since 1849, Hook Norton remains one of only 32 independent family-run breweries. With the founder’s great great grandson, James Clarke, still at the helm, Hook Norton continues to offer a wide range of award winning ales, including Old Hooky, Hooky and Double Stout.

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Source: Elliott Marketing & PR

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