Published on 24 - July - 2012
Hope for "sheddies" in search of a pintA "pub shed" in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, has been crowned the 2012 Shed of the Year.
John Plumbridge's winning pub shed
Owner John Plumridge scooped the title ahead of more than 2,000 other entrants in the Cuprinol sponsored contest.
The shed contains a bottle collection covering 500 real ales and 110 ciders on display for local "sheddies" who often drop in for a pint.
The contest was judged by shed fans and authors Neil Gaiman and Alex Johnson plus property guru Sarah Beeny, last year's winner John Earl and competition founder "Uncle Wilco"
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