Joint CAMRA, Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA), British Beer & Pub Association and Pubs of Ulster report published.
CAMRA calls for tax cut hat-trick as new research shows over a thousand pubs have been saved by previous beer duty cuts
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is calling on the Chancellor to cut beer duty for a historic third time in next month’s Budget, as a report published today estimates 1,047 additional pubs would have closed if the Government had not scrapped the beer duty escalator and cut beer duty in 2013 and 2014.
Gloucestershire rural watering hole wins "National Pub of the Year 2015".
Elland 1872 Porter has today been crowned CAMRA’s Supreme Champion Winter Beer of Britain 2015 by a panel of judges at the National Winter Ales Festival in Derby, which begins today (February 11th) at the city’s Roundhouse venue.
The Evening Standard say "It's time our MPs rallied behind the call for beer duty to be downed."
More than 1,000 pubs would have closed if the Government had not cut duty on beer over the last two years, a campaign group has estimated.
Drinkers raise glasses to Osborne following new research from Cebr