hop on board the

AWARD WINNING REAL ALE TRAIL CO.

While away a whole day with friends discovering charming and quirky pubs that serve local real ales, without having to worry about who is going to do the driving.

The inaugural Go North Wales Tourism Award honoured the work and spectacular successes of the region’s £2 billion industry.

With ale trails throughout North Wales and North West (and ever growing), you’d be sure to find an ale trail near you! We now have bus based ale trails in Snowdonia, Conwy, Flintshire, Wrexham, Wirral and a new Cheshire and Cardiff trail too. We know what makes for a winning formula for the perfect Real Ale Trail and it is one which we have perfected over the many years we have been running them…

Unique real ales, timely transport, handpicked pubs, tasty food make for a great atmosphere!

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FIND A REAL ALE TRAIL

Click on a pint glass below to see where each of our Trails begin!

Flintshire

Rhos Road, Penyffordd CH4 0JR, United Kingdom

Click here to view the Flintshire Real Ale Trail

Conwy

56 Madoc St, Llandudno LL30 2TW, United Kingdom

Click here to view the Conwy Real Ale Trail

Wirral

164 Pensby Rd, Heswall, Wirral CH60 7RQ, United Kingdom

Click here to view the Wirral Real Ale Trail

Snowdonia

The Ship, 14 Lombard St, Porthmadog LL49 9AP, United Kingdom

Click here to view the Snowdonia Real Ale Trail

Wrexham

Marford Hill, Marford, Wrexham LL12 8TA

Click here to view the Wrexham Real Ale Trail

Cardiff

Moulton, Barry CF62 3AB, United Kingdom

Click here to view the Vale Real Ale Trail

Arfon

The Slate / Y Llechan, Tal-y-bont, United Kingdom

Click here to view the Arfon Real Ale Trail

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  • a little bit about our history

    It all started with one little Real Ale Trail…

     The Real Ale Trails throughout North Wales and the Wirral have been a phenomenal success. The Real Ale Trail Co. started in Flintshire with a small event running twice a year to bring new people to the out of the way rural pubs and the idea worked. The pubs enjoyed new found popularity and people found it easier to visit somewhere they had been before. Now reaching its 7th year and proved a great success it has paved the way for more routes, more real ales and more events to enjoy!