Ministers must act to deliver a change of approach from the Pubs Code Adjudicator following 12 months of confusion and delay, the Campaign for Real Ale demands today, exactly one year on from the introduction of the Pubs Code.
Hoping to combine a CAMRA beer festival with a great rail journey or an opportunity to discover more about trains? There are plenty of events that offer the chance to do both!
Budding home-brewers and beer enthusiasts can find the solution to the most frequent problems they may run into with CAMRA’s latest title, CAMRA’s Home-Brewing Problem Solver.
Loch Lomond has scooped the Campaign for Real Ale's (CAMRA) prestigious Champion Beer of Scotland award at the opening day of the Scottish Real Ale Festival, taking place today in Edinburgh.
Pub-goers have the opportunity to contribute to a consultation which could help to protect the pub industry for years to come.
Ahead of the Queen’s Speech expected to take place next week, the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is calling on the Government to deliver on its Manifesto commitment to review the business rates system and relieve the burden on the pub sector.
The announcement of the Champion Beer of Britain, one of the most prestigious real ale competitions in the world, will be an exclusive highlight of the trade session taking place at the Great British Beer Festival on Tuesday 8th August at Olympia London.
Cheltenham branch chair John Crossley describes his experience of using community pubs month to increase member involvement and improve links with pubs.
With the General Election rapidly approaching, all of the party Manifestos have now been published.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats has said he is ‘proud to support’ CAMRA’s campaign to protect beer and pubs.