So which pubs in the Sunderland area have made the 2019 Camra Good Beer Guide?
Avenue, Zetland Street, Roker: "The bar has six handpulls for ale and cider."
Chaplins, Stockton Road: "A city centre pub with seven handpulls."
Chesters, Chester Road: "Popular pub just outside the city centre."
Cooper Rose, Albion Place: "Beers vary on the long ground floor bar."
Dun Cow, High Street West: "It offers real ale and cider on eight handpulls."
Harbour View, Harbour View, Roker: "Modern local pub with six handpulls."
Ivy House, Worcester Terrace: "Well worth seeking out."
Museum Vaults, Silksworth Row: "The real ale is complemented by a small range of bottled beers."
Poetic License, Roker Terrace, Roker: "A real ale club is hosted every Tuesday."
Port of Call, Park Lane: "Ground floor bar has two cask ale handpulls as well as a selection of international bottled beers."
Ship Isis, Silksworth Row: "Twelve handpumps offer nine cask beers and three real ciders."
William Jameson, Fawcett Street: "Twelve handpumps offer up to six guest beers and a cider to complement the regular range."
Courtyard, Biddick Lane: ""Eight handpulled beers, two real ciders and a perry are available."
Sir William De Wessyngton, Victoria Road: "Regular ales are complemented by up to four guests."
Steps, Spout Lane: "Five ever-changing beers are on offer, frequently from local microbreweries."
Wild Boar, Frederick Place: "This open-plan pub offers well priced ales and good-value food menu."
Grey Horse, Front Street: "Up to six changing ales are available, from local and national breweries."
Black Horse, Rectory Bank: "Old-fashioned pub with one small L-shaped bar and every available wall and shelf adorned with bric-a-brac."