Do you have Scotland's best home bar? Competition launched to win a year's supply of beer - here's how to enter

The search for the country's best home bar is back, with one lucky winner set to enjoy a year's supply of free beer.

Published 27th May 2021
Updated 6 th Jul 2021

Following the success of last year’s competition, Liberty Games has started the search for this year’s winner of Britain’s Best Home Bar.

From classic pubs to Tiki inspired bars, the games retailer wants to see your amazing home bar creations.

Last year’s winner, Lee Morris, had an incredible home bar set up, complete with pool tables, drum kits and most importantly, beer on tap.

The lucky winner will receive a subscription for a year’s supply of beer, which includes several well known brands and craft beers.

Every month the winner will receive a box of beer with a yearly cost of £300.

How to enter

All entrants need to do to be in the chance of winning is visit the dedicated website and submit one photo of their home bar before 5 July 2021.

Speaking of this year's competition Stuart Kerr, technical director at Liberty Games said: “Last year’s search for Britain’s Best Home Bar was incredibly successful, with over 350 entries showing Britain’s creativity during lockdown.

"2020’s winner, Lee, had an incredible home bar set up which included pool tables, draft beer on tap as well as drum kits and seating for guests to enjoy.

"You could see how much effort that went into the bar and it reminded us of an old classic pub, which was why Lee was the lucky winner of a year's supply of beer, as well as being crowned as having Britain's Best Home Bar.

"The judges are looking for innovative home bar set ups, from garden sheds transformed during lockdown or just your own corner that you like to sit and enjoy an evening drink.

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"We’re looking forward to seeing all the incredible entries from across Britain this year.”

Last year, Fife Today spoke to Mike Braid and Laura Harmes who built their own bar in his Kirkcaldy garden and entered it into the competition.

In a nod to an Ibiza club night, they named the bar the Glitterbox.

Speaking at the time, Mike said: “We have fridges in so there are beers, cocktails, loads of spirits, and I’ve got a draught machine for Stella.

“I’ve been building it during lockdown. We’ve called it the Glitterbox, that was Laura’s idea.

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“She sent it onto their page and was shared all over the world. Loads of folk were telling us we should enter the competition, we thought ‘why not?’

“It’s a year’s free supply of beer if you win.

“I started just before Christmas but once the weather turned we kind of left it, and when lockdown came we battered on with it and finished it a few weeks ago.”

This year's entries

Entries from this year have started coming in, including these from Scottish home bar owners.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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