Thirteen new Suffolk pubs have been added to the Campaign for Real Ale's (CAMRA) prestigious Good Beer Guide for 2024. 

The guide showcases the best pubs in the country, with 71 boozers in Suffolk included in the 51st edition. 

More than 4,500 pubs from across the country are included in the guide.

Pubs from across the county have been added in the latest edition of the guide, including three in Ipswich. 

Among the pubs fresh to the guide are the Arbor House in Ipswich, the Olde Bell & Steelyard in Woodbridge and the Turks Head in Hasketon.

CAMRA chairman Nik Antona said: “The last few years have been an incredibly difficult time for the industry, and we need more support than ever before to keep our nation’s pubs and breweries open and thriving.

"I’d encourage everyone to use this year’s guide to visit the very best pubs and breweries across the UK and support them for generations to come.” 

The 51st edition of the Good Beer Guide has a striking cover and a foreword supplied by Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson, which shines the importance of protecting our pubs and not taking them for granted.

It comes after a number of Suffolk pubs closed their doors at the start of the year following the cost of living crisis

The guide is compiled by thousands of independent volunteers.

Last year saw seven Suffolk pubs added to the guide, including the Ship in Dunwich and the Spread Eagle in Ipswich.

The full list of new Suffolk entries to the guide is as follows:

  • Arbor House, Ipswich 
  • Bull Freehouse, Troston
  • Mariners Freehouse, Trimley St Martin
  • Mill, Market Weston 
  • Olde Bell & Steelyard, Woodbridge
  • Plough & Sail, Lowestoft
  • Queen's Head, Haverhill
  • Roughacre Taproom, Clare
  • Steamboat Tavern, Ipswich 
  • Turks Head, Hasketon
  • White Horse, Sibton 
  • White Horse, Finningham 
  • Woolpack, Ipswich