These are the best pubs and bars in Wigan according to the Good Beer Guide

Picking a pub for your next pint can be a tough choice.

Wednesday, 25th September 2019, 12:11 pm
Updated Wednesday, 25th September 2019, 1:11 pm
These are the pubs in Wigan that made it into the Good Beer Guide

To make the decision easier, the Good Beer Guide 2020 has listed the top pubs in the town of Wigan. Here are the ones that made the cut. The numbers do not indicate ranking.

The popular town centre pub has seven hand pumps offering various guest beers. There are also six continental beers on draught and two ciders. The Anvil is also popular among sports fans and has TVs.
This canal-side pub is around three miles from the centre of town. It has a traditional multi-room feel and six rotating beers are available to sample.

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This often-candlelit bar has three beers on offer which are usually local. It is also popular in the daytime for coffee and food.
Wigan's first micropub offers five cask ales, bottled beers, continental beers and ciders. There is also a deli counter and outdoor seating overlooking Mesnes Park.
The town centre pub has house beer from Thwaites as well as up to 10 more. The two-storey building is more than 300 years old and has been run by the same family for 40 years.
The Raven is an early 1900s hotel and retains many features. There are fireplaces and four changing ales as well as Tetley bitter. There is also pub food and a loyalty scheme.
Another micropub, this is the brewery tap for Martland Mill. There is a covered and heated garden, and live music on Sundays. Six local beers are on offer.
House beers from Prospect and six guests are usually on offer from this small pub. Live music is on Sundays and a range of bottles are also sold.