CAMRA's Key Campaigns


Stop tax killing beer and pubs


Secure an effective government support package for pubs


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


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 the 2018 Champion Beer of Britain award were 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 2018 Cider GOLD - Harry's Scrummage (Somerset) SILVER - Whin Hill, Browns (Norfolk) BRONZE - Orgasmic, White Jersey (Herefordshire) ...

Pub & Club Awards


Pub Saving Award

The Pub Saving Award recognises people that have come together to save a pub that would have otherwise been demolished or converted to another use. The award aims to secure publicity for pub-saving campaigns to encourage others to get involved in saving their local.



Picture Credit: Kent Messenger

The 2017 winners were residents of Stockbury, Kent, who came together to save a 200-year-old pub and turn it into a thriving community hub with social lunches for vulnerable people, book swaps and an internet cafe. 

The Harrow faced imminent closure after it was put on the market in September 2016. Local campaigners quickly went to work to secure the £380,000 needed to purchase the pub from Shepherd Neame by building a strong network of 140 local shareholders and tapping into the Plunkett Foundation and More Than A Pub for funding.

The campaign group raised awareness of the pub's plight throughout the local community by utilising local papers and hosting various events such as quiz nights, BBQs and performances in the village centre. Local MP Helen Whately wrote directly to Jonathan Neame to throw her support behind the community group and councillors donated funding towards the refurbishment of the pub.

The runner-up in the competition was the Craufurd Arms Community Group, which grabbed the attention of judges after saving the last pub in North Maidenhead using the combined efforts of everyone down to the local residents all the way up to the Prime Minister.

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