IT may be National Beer Day in America but that should not stop us celebrating the best places in Bolton to enjoy a pint.

We asked our readers on social media the question of what was the best pint they had in the area and also where was it?

The response was brilliant so we have decided to share what you have told us.

Bridie Tonge: Blackedge Brewery Bar

Catherine Swanton: I would say Stags Head, St Helens Road

Andrew Moss: The House without a Name

Hayley Bentley: Wetherspoons - real ale festival going on.

Alan Wordley: Brewery Tap Westhoughton, Beer School, White Lion all good

Sam Jackson: The White Lion Westhoughton

Frank Laurence Mckinstry: One for road , Greyhound , Hen and Chicks, Three Crowns , Plus plenty more , Good drinking town

Lee Barlow: Market Street Tavern Stoneclough (Staropramen was the best drink)

Nick Etchells: Kings Arms, Mossfield Rd, Farnworth really good real ales.

Don Grant: The Beer School Westhoughton. Bolton Camra pub of the year!! Superb ever changing selection of cask ales and keg craft beers!!

Michael Gee: Market Street Tavern- Staropramen or San Miguel

Mark Beaumont: The Crown, Horwich

Julian Ferry: The White Horse. Stitch-Mi-Lane, Harwood. Bolton. What a great pub

Gary Mather: Deane Golf Club …Never had a bad pint in there …Licensee looks after her cellar

Stacey Shakespeare: Elephant and Castle......they have the best bar staff

David Appleton: Man and Scythe many a great guest beer

Alan Gilroy: Best pint of holts ,The New Swan ,Spring Lane Radcliffe  Top landlord to boot

Andrew Morris: Best pint of Fosters in Bolton is at the Old Three Crowns on Deansgate not just Fosters but an excellent selection of keg and cask ales

Lauren Charlotte: I’ve heard The Greyhound Pub does a cracking pint of Thatchers

Kim Robinson: The Queen Lizzie, Bolton

Russ Morris: Kings Arms the best for real ale

Val Wallwork: Northern Way, Bolton

Caroline Webb: Definitely The Definitely Maybe Bar

Greg Bleakley: Northern Way £1.50 a pint

Stacey Louise Birchall: Elephant and Castle

Sarah Jane Ellis: Bunburys on Chorley Old Road

Adele Gillibrand: Bunbury's is a favourite of mine too. Again another friendly run place. Heart of the community. Always changing beers and a wide selection of off sales.

Hayley Nugent: Bill and Coo Cafe Bar in Harwood

Sharon Wood: The Brewery Tap, on Belmont road ! Pint of dark mild please

Daniel Miller: Palomino Rising, from Bank Top Tap (Astley Bridge) or from Bank Top Ale House (Horwich).

Tony Crompton: One for the Rpad on the market...... great atmosphere and a damn good pint.

George Clark: Been to few in Bolton but got to say Queen Lizzie is by far the best that I have tasted and an added bonus the staff are great

Danni Martin: The Nook and Cranny in Bromley Cross for me

Michael Kite: The Market Hotel farnworth, a good selection of European beers and the best pub lunch in Bolton 

Kath Dipsy Harrison:Great ales in the Vaults

Jerrad Rushford: Griffin best in town

Adele Gillibrand: Stay local - Tinhead Brewery and the best beer would be Nuts and Bolts. Their New Zealand Hazy Pale ale. Thought Catch me if you can - Gingerbread stout comes a close second. Friendly staff and Lovely local atmosphere (and no, I’m not in any way connected to them, just appreciate a good local bar)

Darren Wright: Tinhead Brewery by far

Samantha Kelly Was Seed: The Old Three Crowns Bolton

Derek Gallagher: Queen Lizzie Gt Lever best pint anywhere in Bolton

Rachel Martin: Nook and Cranny Bromley Cross or the new one in Harwood

Andrew Entwistle: Bob inn all day

Timothy Dyke: I had a Never Known Fog Like It from B33R at 33 in Horwich on Saturday and it didn’t half put lead in my pencil. Cracking stuff.

Danielle Bell: The Old Three Crowns Bolton

Rebecca Jayne Whittle: Beaumont Arms

Joanne Sanderson: Tinhead Brewery

Nicola Dobson: The Old Three Crowns Bolton 

Stacy Lee Dobson: The Old Three Crowns Bolton

John Hunter: Bunbury's on Chorley Old Road

Daisy Bolton: Henighans EAT & DRINK and the food from Gina Tony Laycock is to die for what more could you want in a Pub withamazing food, cold bevs and even better staff

Paul Anthony Warbrick: The Greyhound, Bolton

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