Sheffield’s Kelham Island Tavern is raising a glass to itself yet again.
The boozer, on Russell Street, has been named Campaign For Real Ale’s pub of the year for the Yorkshire region.
Owner Trevor Wraith was presented with the award by Mick Moss, the former regional director for Camra Yorkshire.
The pub and beer garden offers about 12 real ales at any one time, and always has a mild, porter and stout available.
Mr Wraith took on the pub in 2001, opened it a year later – and has been winning awards ever since.
It has twice scooped Camra’s national accolade in 2008 and 2009.
Earlier this year, it was named Sheffield pub of the year by CAMRA for the 10th time.