CAMRA's Key Campaigns

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Stop tax killing beer and pubs

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Secure an effective government support package for pubs

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Encourage more people to try a range of real ales, ciders and perries

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To raise the profile of pub-going and increase the number of people using pubs regularly

Real Ale & Cider Awards

​Champion Beer of Britain

The winners of this the Champion Beer of Britain award are announced on the opening day of the Great British Beer Festival at Olympia London.

Champion Winter Beer of Britain

The Champion Winter Beer of Britain competition is hosted at CAMRA's Great British Beer Festival Winter. This competition focuses on the rare styles usually brewed in winter months.

Champion Bottled Beer of Britain

The Champion Bottled Beer of Britain award is presented to the best example of real ale in a bottle (bottle conditioned beer) as selected by a panel of experts.

Champion Beer of Scotland

The Champion Beer of Scotland award highlights the rich brewing culture in Scotland and is presented at the annual Scottish Real Ale Festival.

Champion Beer of Wales

The Champion Beer of Wales award is judged and presented at the Great Welsh Beer & Cider Festival.

National Cider & Perry Championship

National Cider & Perry Championship Winners 2014 Cider National Gold- Sheppy's, Medium (Somerset)  National Silver- Dove Syke, Ribble Valley Gold (Lancashire)  National...

Pub & Club Awards

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Club of the Year

The CAMRA Club of the Year competition is run in conjunction with Club Mirror magazine with the simple aim of finding the clubs with the greatest commitment to quality real ale – those which offer a fantastic atmosphere, welcoming surroundings and most importantly, top quality real ale served in great condition. All nominated clubs in the competition are independently assessed by a panel of CAMRA volunteers throughout the year.

The Cheltenham Motor Club is the current holder of the Club of the Year title - once which they have won twice.

This friendly and welcoming club, formed in 1906, usually has six real ales and three real ciders on tap, alongside its new bottled beer bar and a Belgian draught beer. The club area has also recently been extended into the former committee room to create a larger seating area. It runs two beer festivals a year and is decorated with motoring paraphernalia and boasts an extensive collection of pump clips.

Runners up in the competition are Albatross Club in Bexhill, Dartford Working Men's Club and Leyton Orient FC Supporters Club which all host beer festivals and boast a wide range of well-kept fantastic real ales. 

For more on the competition click here.