Twenty-one pubs in the Fife area feature in The Good Beer Guide 2022, which details some of the best spots for beer around the UK.

Published by CAMRA, the 2022 release marks the 49th edition recommending thousands of places for a pint in regions across the country, alongside detailed descriptions of the pub and often examples of the beers on offer.

Each venue in the book has been visited by an expert volunteer, who consider both the beer on offer as well as atmosphere and location. 

Here's what you need to know about the Fife pubs that feature in The Good Beer Guide 2022...

Which Fife pubs feature in The Good Beer Guide 2022?

Foresters Arms - Aberdour

35 High Street, KY3 0SJ

Situated near the station and the castle, this pub is often used by walkers on the Fife coastal path. 

Boathouse - Anstruther

28 Shore Street, KY10 3AQ

Located on the harbour front, you can dine in at the bistro while the pub hosts live music, TVs, sports and other entertainment. 

Dreel Tavern - Anstruther

16 High Street, KY10 3DL

This traditional pub is one of the oldest buildings in Anstruther, with the garden looking onto the Dreel burn. 

Sands Hotel - Burnt Island

Kinghorn Road, KY3 9JX

Sands Hotel sits on the seafront and is family-run, with a range of restaurants to choose from. 

Boudingait - Cupar

43 Bonnygate, KY15 4BU

This busy bar serves up locally-sourced food and welcomes families and dogs-alike. 

Commercial Inn - Dunfermline

13 Douglas Street, KY12 7EB

In the centre of the town, the Commercial Inn is a former Camra award winning ale house.

East Port

7 East Port, KY12 7JG 

This sports bar is located in the town centre and also has cosy booths where you can enjoy a quieter drink away from the hustle and bustle. 

Albert Tavern - Freuchie

2 High Street, KY15 7EX

UK-wide ales are served at the Albert Tavern and events include pie night and meetins of the malt whisky society. 

Hillend Tavern - Hillend

37 Main Street, KY11 9ND

Sit back and relax in one of the newly refurbished rooms at this traditional pub located near Dalgety Bay. 

Crown Tavern - Kinghorn

55-57 High Street, KY3 9UW

The Crown Tavern is described as a "community pub" offering various sports on numerous screens. 

Betty Nicols - Kircaldy

297 High Street, KY1 1JL

Situated on the High Street, enjoy live music, bistro lunches and afternoon teas. 

Harbour Bar - Kirkcaldy

471-475 High Street, KY1 2SN

A pub since 1924, you can enjoy one of six changing beers in this historic venue. 

Burns Tavern - Leslie

184 High Street, KY6 3DB

This pub is at the heart of the community, offering customers the chance to play pool or sit back and watch some sport. 

Bruce Arms - Limekilns

2 Main Street, KY11 3HL

Beers from local breweries can be enjoyed with stunning views of the Firth of Forth. 

Ship Inn - Limekilns

Halketts Hall, KY11 3H

Located on the edge of the River Forth, the Ship Inn is a family-run business with a welcoming atmosphere. 

Railway Inn - Lower Largo

1 Station Wynd, KY8 6BU

A Fife beer can often be found on one of five hand pulls in the Railway Inn. 

Pitlessie Inn & Pantry

Cupar Road, KY15 7SU

Locally sourced produce is used in the dishes at Pitlessie Inn & Pantry, where you can get tea and coffee as well as beer. 

Central Bar - St Andrews

77 Market Street, KY16 9NU

Located in Market Square, don't be surprised if this pub is busy with tourists and residents alike. 

Criterion - St Andrews

99 South Street, KY16 9QW

With numerous changing beers on offer, this family run pub is a hit with both people who live in the two as well as visitors. 

Whey Pat Tavern

1 Bridge Street, KY16 9EX

A wide ranging menu is in offer at the Whey Pat Tavern located near the bus station. 

Tavern - Strathkinness

4 High road, KY16 9RS

Looking onto the North Grampian mountains, good views accompany good beer at the family-run Tavern. 

The Good Beer Guide 2022 is available to buy online at the CAMRA shop.