These are the 10 best pubs in Luton and Dunstable - according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020

It can be tricky deciding where to go for a drink once Friday rolls around - let this guide from CAMRA do the work for you.

Thursday, 19th September 2019, 5:36 pm
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These are the best pubs in and around Luton, according to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2020.

This pub offers up three changing beers, sources nationally, often Leighton Buzzard, Oakham and Tring. The entertainment includes a jukebox, dartboard, pool table and even a stage for live music. 23 Hastings Street, LU1 5BE
This High Town pub has been run by the same landlady for over 30 years - it's six hand pumps offer up a variety of guest beers from breweries all over the nation, including light, amber and usually a mild. High Town Road, LU2 0DD
Potentially the smallest pub in Luton, it retains its Victorian green wall tiles and a table featuring quirky brass pint glass holders at each corner. Sports are shown on the TV. 63 Bute Street, LU1 2EY
The White House is a large, two bar town centre Wetherspoon pub. It offers up six different guest ales split across the two bars. Local beers often come from the Vale and Tring Breweries. 1 Bridge Street, LU1 2NB
This large and airy Wetherspoon pub serves up a selection of up to seven guest ales, often local. The usual range of craft beer is also well stocked. Grove Park, Court Drive, LU5 4GP
This low beamed "watch your head" traditional village inn serves up three regular ales and one changing guest ale as well. Food is also on offer, with Monday being burger night. Sundon Road, LU5 6LS
This bar offers up four changing beers, sourced nationally and it's large main bar sells six real ales, as well as screens playing all the major sports. Real ales are also available to take away. 208 West Street, LU6 1NX
This pub serves up three varying ales from microbreweries plus a house beer from the local Tring brewery. Darts, dominoes and crib are popular here, as well as televised sports in the bar. 69 West Street, LU6 1ST
This 19th century pub offers up the usual Fuller's favourites, plus changing guest ales, The varied menu also includes as manner of steaks, as well as vegetarian and gluten free options. 216 Common Road, LU6 2PJ
Dogs are welcome at this bar, which offers up two changing beers, tasty home cooked food and beer festivals held in May and August. 16 Church Road, LU6 1RE