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The ‘best kept’ secret cider pub visited by celebrities

Everyone knows that neighboring Somerset is known for its cider, but what you might not know is that there’s a hidden pub dedicated to the drink and that celebrities like Mick Jagger are regular patrons.

Tucker’s Grave Inn in a tiny village called Faulkland is legendary in Somerset among those who know it. Tucked away on the edge of a secluded country lane, it doesn’t even look like a pub from the outside.

It doesn’t even have a bar – one of only nine pubs in the country without a bar. But it’s a cider institution and was voted Best Cider Pub by Camra last year, a title it has won consistently.

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A trip to Tucker’s Grave is like a pilgrimage among cider lovers in Somerset and beyond. As there is no bar, your glass will be filled with real Somerset cider straight from the cask.

Here you will find a happy group of red faced locals all smiling happily enjoying the conversation and banter in the pub which has a brilliant atmosphere.

British punk band The Stranglers were regulars, and Mick Jagger visited at least once.

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