On Tuesday evening, the Lunesdale branch of CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale) presented its Quality Pub Award for 2014 to the Borough in Lancaster. This award is made just once a year to a pub which has scored highly, after careful inspections by local members, in a number of categories of which beer is the most important, of course.
Branch chairman Michael Dillon presented the award to owner Hannah Horner in front of CAMRA members and pub staff. He said, “This is a well-deserved award. This pub has always been popular with CAMRA members.“
Hannah Horner thanked Michael and referred to the pub’s brewery, opened in 2013, which she said “enhanced the pub“; paid tribute to James Holden, bar manager for the past year, who looks after the beer; and talked about the imminent opening of letting bedrooms.