About What's Brewing, Beer and The Campaigner

What's Brewing, the newspaper of the Campaign for Real Ale, is not just CAMRA's national voice ... it's our local paper too

Every month What's Brewing states CAMRA's position on issues of national importance from globalisation of the brewing industry to country pub closures, from licensing reform to full measure legislation.

But it's so much more than that. Beer festival reports, local pubs of the year, branch activities -- they all keep CAMRA members in touch with what colleagues across the country are up to.

There are regular features on microbrewers, pub preservation, home brewing, bottled beers ... even cooking with beer.

What's Brewing ... it justifies the subscription all on its own!

BEER, the quartley magazine of the Campaign for Real Ale about drinking beer, brewing beer, buying beer and supporting the long-term survival of real ale and real pubs.

Regular content includes guest writers, interviews, columns, letters, news and other articles relating to the beer and brewing industry.

Go green and save CAMRA money!

You can now choose to just download/read online What's Brewing and/or BEER magazine, instead of getting paper copies delivered.

Opting out takes seconds, helps preserve natural resources and diverts postage and printing costs into Campaigning.

Unfortunately, online account services are currently unavailable. To opt in and receive WB and BEER digitally, please call 01727 798 440.

CAMRA members can also access the digital archive using the button below.

View the What's Brewing & Beer Digital Archive (Member Login Required)

Advertise in What's Brewing

Book a classified advertisement in the next issue of "What's Brewing". Classifications include Beer Festivals, Beer on-line, Pubs for Sale and many others.

Please contact Simon Bryson at Think publishing for all advertising queries.

Capital House 
25 Chapel Street 

T 020 3771 7200  | E advertising@camra.org.uk | W www.thinkpublishing.co.uk

What's Brewing is available on tape for free for visually impaired members. Please contact Tom Stainer at CAMRA HQ.

The publication is also available on computer disc for a small subscription from The Talking Newspaper Association of the UK www.tnauk.co.uk.