The Campaign for Real Ale is looking for the most stunningly designed pubs to enter its prestigious Pub Design Award, held in conjunction with Historic England.
With “Beer Day Britain” taking place tomorrow, CAMRA Members are getting ready to celebrate the Nation's favourite drink in pubs, clubs and breweries across Great Britain.
It has been announced today that Tim Page will be leaving CAMRA after three and a half years as Chief Executive.
The Campaign for Real Ale has welcomed Historic England’s decision to list five new post-war pubs, and is calling for further historic listings of post-war pubs.
The Great British Beer Festival will be offering an alcohol-free beer range for the very first time from the Dutch-based Braxzz Brewery.
The Great British Beer Festival will introduce the ‘Ask Angela’ campaign this year to help ensure the safety and comfort of its 50,000 visitors.
Following more than a year of local tasting panels and regional heats, Harry’s Scrummage has been named the best cider in the country and Nempnett Piglet’s Choice has won best perry at CAMRA’s...
In a first for the Great British Beer Festival, entertainment on Thursday will be hosted by Planet Rock, the largest rock radio station in the UK.
Members of the Campaign for Real Ale continued to drive positive change for the organisation during its Conference held in Coventry last weekend.
Record numbers of members voted to elect CAMRA's National Executive - the volunteer leadership of the organisation - at its Annual General Meeting in Coventry on the 21st April.
Members of the Campaign for Real Ale have voted to approve all but one of its National Executive’s (CAMRA’s board of directors) recommendations designed to take the organisation into the future.
After nearly 30 years, world-renowned beer writer Tim Webb has stepped down as author of the Campaign for Real Ale’s Good Beer Guide Belgium.
The eighth edition of CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide Belgium, widely considered to be the definitive travel guide to Belgium, has been released just in time for visitors planning a European getaway over...
Just how Belgian are the Belgian beers of today, is the question posed by the latest edition of CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide Belgium, now on sale across the UK.
With April upon us, pub-goers across the country are gearing up to celebrate Community Pubs Month, a four week campaign run by the Campaign for Real Ale to highlight the role of community pubs and...
The Campaign for Real Ale has revealed the very best pub designs across Britain, which includes the ‘longest bar in Britain’, a 1930s neo-Georgian roadhouse, a former Victorian coffeehouse and a...
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is calling for a new deal for pubs in response to fresh data which reveals 18 pubs are being lost each week. The consumer group says that urgent action is needed...
The Flixton Conservative Club in Manchester has won the prestigious Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Club of the Year award after a recent transformation has seen an even wider range of real ales and...
The Cricketers Arms in St Helens, Merseyside, has won the prestigious Pub of the Year title from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) just five years after it was boarded up for closure.
Ripper from Green Jack brewery has won CAMRA’s prestigious Champion Winter Beer of Britain 2018 award on the opening day of the Great British Beer Festival Winter in Norwich.