April 15, 2018 by Kay Byrne
Swansea Camra members presented Pub of the Year awards to The Pilot of Mumbles and the No Sign Bar this week.
Jo and Richard Bennett of the Pilot received their second Pub of the Year award, having also won in 2014.
The popular local with its own brewery has been a hit with Mumbles drinkers ever since the couple took it over at the end of 2012.
“The Pilot offers a great choice of real ales both from its own on-site brewery, but also from breweries further afield,” said Good Beer Guide co-ordinator Donough Shanahan.
“An extensive range of ciders, mostly on bottle, are also available. It is a real locals pub that offers a warm welcome to all who visit whether to enjoy the views over the bay or to hear the many local stories on offer.”
Becky Oliver of the historic No Sign Bar on Wind Street was also presented with her Cider Pub of the Year award.
“The No Sign was chosen as our cider pub of the year as it consistently serves an ever changing selection of five excellent ciders,” said Donough.
“The core range includes ciders from Gwynt y Draig but ciders from further afield are sold throughout the year. With an excellent selection of real ale, food and music, the No Sign is a good choice for anyone with a cider tooth.”