CAMRA Books LogoCAMRA Books is the publishing arm of the Campaign for Real Ale. We publish books on beer, pubs, brewing and beer tourism. We published the first Good Beer Guide in 1974, and this annual title - now in its 43rd edition - has since gone on to become the UK's best-selling beer and pub guide with a print edition, mobile app and e-book now available. Since then we have gone on to publish many other successful titles including Good Beer Guides to countries including Belgium and the West Coast USA, the ever-popular Good Bottled Beer Guide - now in its 8th edition - our Pub Walks guidebook series, highly illustrated standalone titles such as Cider, more specialist titles like Brew Your Own British Real Ale, and our best-selling 300 Beers to Try Before You Die!

Our title list continues to grow with over 30 books in print and exciting new titles being added to our list all the time. Our books are available for customers to purchase direct in the CAMRA Shop and are distributed to booksellers around the UK and beyond. Stockists include Amazon, Waterstones, Play, WH Smiths & many more.

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Good Beer Guide London's Best Beer, Pubs & Bars 300 More Beers London Pub Walks  Home Brew
 Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs Great British Pubs Good Bottled Beer Guide

CAMRA Books News & Updates


Important updates about the routes in Yorkshire Pub Walks

Walk 3
The distance of 7.4 miles (12km) stated for this route is incorrect. It is approximately 11 miles (18km). Please allow additional time to complete the walk or else cut the route short at one of two points where it crosses (or almost crosses) over itself - at Mill Bridge or Hartlington Bridge/Woodhouse.
Walks 14 & 15 - Calder Valley
Please be aware that some pubs in the Calder Valley were affected by the December 2015 floods, although most are now open once more. These floods also destroyed the bridge over the Calder at Copley, which was an important link on Walk 14. This means that the route as described cannot be followed unless and until a replacement is built. On Walk 15, Elland Bridge was also destroyed, although a footbridge has replaced it; but there are also fears for the nearby Barge & Barrell which is under threat of closure.  Please check with the pubs listed in the book or with local transport agencies, to confirm the viability of your chosen walks.