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Brewer of tomorrow unveiled at flagship festival

The “brewer of tomorrow” has been unveiled at the Great British Beer Festival at the first-ever home brew competition hosted by the event. Berkshire b...

Special award for true community pub

Liverpool and Districts branch has given a special award to the Lock & Quay pub in Bootle  for its commitment to its community.. The pub, formerly the...

Flagship festival is back!

The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is making a triumphant return to London tomorrow, following an unplanned two-year hiatus due to Covid. Taking p...

The good, the bad and the ugly of our pubs

The pub trade is reminiscent of one of those old Spaghetti Westerns – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. We saw the ugly side last month when spokesmen f...

Best designed pubs revealed

CAMRA has unveiled the winners of its prestigious Pub Design Awards, which recognise pub architecture and conservation across the country. There were...

Innovation secures top prize for hop grower

Will Kirby and Henry Smith (pictured) of Brook House Hops in Herefordshire have won Hop Farmer of the Year crown at the Royal Three Counties Food & Fa...

Homebrew competition debuts at our top fest

CAMRA’s flagship beer festival will host a new competition this year to find the best home-brewed beer in the UK. In recognition that some of the best...

Mead makers buzzing over £50,000 win

Two beekeeping brothers behind Wye Valley Meadery are buzzing after their take on the world’s oldest drink, mead, won a £50,000 UK accelerator program...

50 Years of CAMRA is ‘best in the world’

The story of the Campaign’s first 50 years has won a prestigious international publishing award. 50 Years of CAMRA by Laura Hadland took first place i...

Judges swoon over chocolate fudge stout

Castleford’s Revolutions Brewing took the overall crown at the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) North East Independent Beer Awards at Gateshead R...


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