Knowing where to get a good pint is pretty important, we’re sure you’ll agree. And few people know as well as the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra).

Every year Camra publishes its Good Beer Guide which tells thirsty drinkers where they can find their best boozers.

These are the Bromley pubs which made the grade in the edition currently on sale, the Good Beer Guide 2017.

We await eagerly await the Good Beer Guide 2018 in the coming month and will keep you updated.

Moon & Stars, Penge

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Situated on the high-street this Weatherspoon pub offers a variety of beer styles and ales.

Westow House, Crystal Palace

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A shabby-chic Antic on the edge of the Crystal Palace triangle, there are up to eight real ales plus cider.

Bricklayers Arms, Beckenham

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This family- orientated local pub attracts people of all ages with good-value home cooked food.

Partridge, Bromley

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This Fuller’s Ale and Pie House formerly a Natwest Bank includes Fuller’s regular range and is popular with shoppers, sport enthusiasts and music fans.

Read more: PubSpy reviews the Partridge

Red Lion, Bromley North

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News Shopper readers also voted this their favourite pub. It doesn't try to do anything special but it's a good traditional pub.

Read more: The Red Lion in North Road has been voted the best pub in Bromley by News Shopper readers

Shortlands Tavern, Bromley

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Serves a changing selection of ales - typically Bexley, Truman's and Westerham - has plenty of seating, a large paved garden and good grub.

Read more: PubSpy reviews the Shortlands Tavern

Five Bells, Chelsfield

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Friendly, traditional country pub set in the heart of Old Chelsfield near Orpington usually holds two annual beer festivals.

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Imperial Arms, Chislehurst

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The Imperial Arms is a traditional Victorian Pub serving contemporary and London Street Food and commits itself to serving real ale.

Read more: PubSpy reviews the Imperial Arms

Greyhound, Keston

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A popular pub overlooking the common is easy accessible by bus from Bromley

Read more: The Greyhound pub in Keston beats 320 others to win Shepherd Neame award

Orpington Liberal Club, Orpington

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Serving over 200 different ales per year this pub entertains with regular folk and music nights.

One Inn the Wood, Petts Wood

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This micro-brewery pub opened in 2014 is serving the best beer in the area and its bench seating gives it a rural feel.

Read more: PubSpy reviews One Inn the Wood

Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood

News Shopper: Sovereign of the Seas, Queensway, Petts Wood

A News Shopper staff favourite over the years, The Sov has 12 handpumps with lots of great value beers and fascinating local history on the walls.

Camra’s Good Beer Guide 2017 is out now, RRP £15.99. Go to