It’s official – a pint of Jo C’s aids recovery after a long walk!

There’s nothing more we look forward to after a long weekend hike to blow away the cobwebs from the night before than a rejuvenating pint in the pub at the end of the journey. What could be better than collapsing on the cushions in a comfy bar with the children and the dog (if you’ve got one), resting one’s weary limbs and kicking back to savour a refreshing pint of the local brew to restore all your vital signs? The answer, you’ve guessed it, is practically nothing. So you can imagine how delighted I was to find my ales name-checked in a feature entitled ‘Ten beautiful British walks that end in a pub’ which appeared in The Telegraph. Even better, the paper chose to place the walk from Burnham Overy Staithe to The Crown at Wells-next-the-Sea at the top of its ‘walk and a pint’ hit parade too. How nice to be referred to as “the landlord’s wife” once again too! Unlike the Jo C’s, I’m not bitter… You can read the article here.