ANYBODY who’s ever been on the Wrexham Real Ale Trail might find it hard to believe that it could get any better.
With ten pubs, buses arriving at each one every 30 minutes and a ticket price of just £15 each, it’s pretty much perfect for real ale fans or anybody looking for a fun day out with good friends.
But we aim for absolute perfection here at the Real Ale Trail – and we think we’ve just taken a step closer by adding THREE MORE PUBS to the route.
The Black Lion in Bersham, known locally as The Hole in The Wall, has featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide a whopping 20 consecutive times!
Owned by brewery Hydes, it has recently come under new management but continues to serves great real ale from across Wales and the UK.
This traditional pub is popular with locals and walkers alike as it overlooks the delightful Clywedog River and is adjacent to the Clywedog Industrial Trail.
Black Lion, Bersham
Red Lion in Marchwiel
Set in the picturesque village of Marchwiel the Red Lion is a large 17th Century traditional pub.
Recently under new management this lively and friendly local, often having live music and entertainment.
Our other new addition is based in the village of Holt. The Peal O’Bells a recently refurbished village pub and its new management team have big plans to double the amount of Real Ales the have on offer, including adding locally brewed ales and a pub exclusive ale, which regulars will be asked to name.
The bar at the Peal O’Bell, Holt
The first Wrexham Trail to include these three fantastic pubs is taking place on Saturday April 28. To book a place, buy a ticket from any of the nine participating pubs (the full list is on the right) or online.
Your ticket allows you and your friends to hop on and off the Real Ale Trail shuttle buses between noon and 11pm on April 28. Buses aim to arrive every 30 minutes at each pub and you can start and finish anywhere on the route.
What’s not to love? We’ll see you there!